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South Brunswick: Viking Closet And Project Graduation Prom Events Take Place Tomorrow


SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ – High School girls can get a really sweet deal on a prom dress and accessories at SBHS tomorrow, as in free, and even a prom fashion show in the evening.

The Viking Closet is hosting its 5th annual “Sisterhood of the Traveling Prom Dress Event” during the day, from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., in the Blue Café at the high school on Ridge Road.

The café will be turned into a dress boutique, featuring a selection of prom dresses and on site makeup artists, hairstylists, henna artists, movies, live music, photo booth, and refreshments for all our guests.

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The event also features many free raffles, according to the organization.

Any high school girl can enter to win coach bags and wallets, certificates for up do’s and mani/pedi’s from beauty salons, jewelry, and large discounts to purchase boutonnieres, according to the group.

South Brunswick high school girls can even win prom tickets, and every girl also receives a goodie bag, according to the group.

The event is sponsored by the South Brunswick Education Foundation, Kiki D's of Montgomery, Rasoi Restaurant & Banquet Hall III, Nextage M3 Realty Group, Alfonso's Pizzeria and Restaurant, Nonna's Italian Restaurant, On the Border Mexican Grill and Cantina, Acupuncture Clinic NJ, Dutchess Florals, D'Bella's Salon, Liberty Nails, Touchstone Crystal by Swarovski, Party Fair, Dunkin Donuts, Windsor/Brunswick Driving Academy, Master Tax, Stop & Shop, Chartwells, Regency Cleaners, Dusal's Pizza & Italian Restaurant, Our Fairy Godmother, Mary Kay, Mom's Club of South Brunswick, The Potting Shed, BlackRock, Chetna's Beauty Salon and Five Below.

All high school girls in grades 9-12 are invited and need to show ID at the door.

One free dress per person, additional dresses can be purchased at $5 each, according to the group.

Later in the evening, Project Graduation is hosting a Prom Preview Fashion Show from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the high school auditorium.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the ticket cost is $8.

Forty SBHS seniors and junior students will walk the runway in the latest prom fashions from David’s Bridal in Lawrenceville and Chaz MaTazz Formalwear in Princeton, according to Project Graduation.

In addition to the fashion show, there will be Tricky Tray prizes that include: Free Tickets to both the Junior and Senior Proms, a $100 of Cranbury Limo Rental, a Free Tuxedo from ChazMatazz Formalwear and Gift Cards from Sephora, Lord & Taylor and local Hair Salons, the group said.

All proceeds benefit SBHS Project Graduation, which is an event that is held nationwide following high school graduation to provide graduating seniors an opportunity to celebrate their graduation with their peers in a safe, supervised, tobacco, substance and alcohol-free atmosphere, according to the organization.

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