Weather stopped the first go around of the First Annual Trashion Show, but the rescheduled gala for Friday is looking nothing short of spectacular.
The place to be tomorrow, Friday, is at the Outer Banks Brewing Station in Kill Devil Hills at 5:00 p.m.
That’s when it all happens. The models walk the runway in the latest fashions created from the flotsam, jetsam and junk found on the beach.
It should be a lot of fun and it’s all going to a good cause—the North Carolina Coastal Federation.
The Coastal Federation is a remarkable organization that has a history of working successfully with multiple groups to effect real environmental benefits.
They are a strong advocate for commercial fishing, working across party lines and constituents to insure healthy breeding areas for seafood. The Coastal Federation has also been instrumental in helping a nascent oyster industry take root in the state.
The Trashiobn Show is not the only big thing happening this weekend, but it makes for a great lead in to some of the other events.
The big music event is the Mustang Spring Jam in Corolla. It begins on Saturday evening, then its a full day of great music on Sunday.
This one is also a benefit—for two organizations this time. Proceeds go to the Corolla Wild Horse fund, the nonprofit organization that manages the Corolla Wild Mustangs. The Mustang Music Outreach Program also receives funding from Mustang Jam.
The Mustang Music Program works with students to hone musical performance skills.
Finally for something really different to do this weekend, there is also the Kitty Hawk Kites 47th Annual Hang Gliding Spectacular at Jockey’s Ridge State Park. The Spectacular is the oldest continually happening hang gliding completion in the world.
That’s just an inkling of all there is to do on the Outer Banks. Make your plans to stay with us at Joe Lamb, Jr. & Associates.