Discover treasures for a steal — jewellery

Grans to Grans host spring bling sale

Discover treasures for a steal — jewellery, scarves, beads, beautiful buttons, handbags and more.

There is something sparkling in Nelson. On Saturday, April 11, the Nelson Grans to Grans are hosting a bedazzling Spring Bling women’s vintage accessory sale.

If you are a grad, a bride or celebrating a special occasion this year, check out the gently used and vintage jewellery available at this sale.

Discover treasures for a steal — jewellery, scarves, beads, beautiful buttons, handbags and more. You will even find new fabric ends and yarn. There is a lot to choose from to brighten up your wardrobe and supplies to spark a crafters imagination.

It takes place from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Nelson United Church Hall, 602 Silica St.

Strutters will be providing a fashion show at 2 p.m.

The Queen is serving tea at the refreshment area with lemonade and homemade Grans’ squares.

Don’t miss this fun afternoon of vintage treasure hunting, while supporting a great cause. All proceeds are donated to the Stephen Lewis Foundation Grandmothers to Grandmothers Campaign.

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