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A night of Old Hollywood magic

Terri Roulette McCartney and Steve Langston.

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Terri Roulette McCartney and Steve Langston. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Kathy Moscou and Carissa Taylor.

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Kathy Moscou and Carissa Taylor. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Gayle Stead and Tasha Nevin.

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Gayle Stead and Tasha Nevin. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Clay Young and Wendy Bonnie.

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Clay Young and Wendy Bonnie. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Adrienne Hiebert and Sarah Hobson.

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Adrienne Hiebert and Sarah Hobson. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Gale Bender and Norine Cook.

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Gale Bender and Norine Cook. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Natalia Lebedinskaia and Kevin Bertram.

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Natalia Lebedinskaia and Kevin Bertram. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Jennifer Woodbury and Diane Nelson.

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Jennifer Woodbury and Diane Nelson. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Glamour, glitz and excitement filled the air as guests walked the red carpet dressed to the nines for this Old Hollywood night of enchantment.

The Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba once again put on an amazing evening for folks to step back in time and experience class at its finest.

Approximately 200 people attended the fundraiser in the Victoria Inn’s Grand Salon. The decorating sponsor for the evening was Black Tie Event, which did a beautiful job on the decor. The music for the evening was provided by the group Slow Spirit and DJ Red.

Many local and Manitoba-area artists donated pieces of their work for the live and silent auctions.

To find out more about upcoming events at the gallery, visit: agsm.ca

Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition May 31, 2014

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Glamour, glitz and excitement filled the air as guests walked the red carpet dressed to the nines for this Old Hollywood night of enchantment.

The Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba once again put on an amazing evening for folks to step back in time and experience class at its finest.

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Glamour, glitz and excitement filled the air as guests walked the red carpet dressed to the nines for this Old Hollywood night of enchantment.

The Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba once again put on an amazing evening for folks to step back in time and experience class at its finest.

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