City notes: Good-as-new fashion fair

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September 6, 2017 19:43
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City notes: Good-as-new fashion fair

Brews on offer for Oktoberfest at Paulaner’s Beer Garden in Sarona.. (photo credit: DAVID BAR)


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Get your new clothes for Rosh Hashana at one of the Women’s International Zionist Organization’s (WIZO) second-hand store’s special clothes fair this Wednesday. Refresh your wardrobe with Beersheba’s finest vintage fashions, featuring special white pieces for the upcoming holidays. Don’t just look good, but feel good when buying the clothes because all profits from the fair will go to needy women and children, as do all profits of WIZO’s second-hand stores.


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