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Spoke the Hub’s latest benefit is a wonderful opportunity to contribute (financially, that is) to its 10th annual Local Produce Festival of the Performing Arts, May 2-4, by cleaning out your closets and lightening your wallet.

After a two-year hiatus, Spoke the Hub will again present its "Recycled Fashion Show & High Tea." Like a good philanthropist, clean out your walk-in closets and drop off your best used clothes at Spoke the Hub Re:Creation Center (748 Union St. between Fifth and Sixth avenues in Park Slope) before March 22, where the Hub’s "in house fashion composters" will assemble your cast-offs into this year’s must-haves.

The "new" outfits will be sent down an improvised catwalk, at Spoke the Hub, on March 30 at 3 pm, where guests are invited to enjoy tea and pastries during the fashion show. Among the "super" models will be High School for Leadership and Public Service teacher Tracy Kornrich (pictured).

The post-show shopping frenzy begins at 4 pm. Admission, which includes high tea, is $15. For reservations or to donate clothing or modeling services, call (718) 857-5158. Reservations are recommended.

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Reasonable discourse

kayla beckford from brooklyn says:
ewwwww nasty
Oct. 18, 2012, 2:56 pm
jada harrison says:
ewww nasty thats or teacher
April 15, 2013, 9:19 am

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