Fashion and brunch at Garden Club draws a crowd

The Rancho Santa Fe Library Guild held a brunch and fashion show on April 22 at the Garden Club. Donna Ferrier and Suzanne Johnson chaired the event, with the fashion show featuring designs by Melrose Alley Boutique of Los Angeles.

The guild is gearing up for a big book sale at the Book Cellar. Books will be half-priced from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 7 through 9.

The guild is also getting ready for the library’s summer reading program and is looking for Junior Guilder volunteers, ages 12-18. To learn more, contact the youth services desk at 756-2512.

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