Fundraiser to aid Lost in the '50s
Classic cars make their way down Church Street at a past Lost in the '50s. A fundraiser to benefit the annual event is taking place today at I Saw Something Shiny in downtown Sandpoint.
(File photo/ CAROLINE LOBSINGER)
Come get "Lost in the ’50s" and help fund the community event at the same time at a fundraiser today at I Saw Something Shiny.
Tickets to the fundraiser are $50 with all proceeds benefitting Lost in the ’50s.
The fundraiser, set for 4-8 p.m., will take over the inside (and outside) of I Saw Something Shiny. There will be ’50s style food, a commemorative wine glass, D.J., dancing, a slideshow and videos, silent auction, raffle, and plenty of classic cars to raise the temperature.
Guests are requested to dress ’50s style
Lizbeth Hurley of I Saw Something Shiny said she wanted to host a fundraiser to Lost in the '50s founder Carolyn Gleason to cover necessary expenses and ensure the event is the best one yet.