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Are you ready to get wiggy?

Are you ready to get wiggy with it?
2018 was the 6th Annual Wine & Wig. The event is a perennial favorite that combines a light-hearted, fun-filled night of camaraderie with fundraising for a serious cause. Attendees enjoy food, wine and auctions all while wearing wigs as a sign of solidarity with women coping with breast cancer or a cancer treatment that causes hair loss.

Charity Partners

Four local cancer charities and West Michigan Woman Magazine have joined forces to find a cure for breast cancer and support local women with research, diagnostic, treatment and emotional support.

Featured speaker
Timothy Penning, Ph.D., APR, Fellow PRSA is a tenured professor who teaches courses in public relations and communication management in the School of Communications at Grand Valley State University. Tim’s wife, Cindy Kikkert-Penning, was diagnosed with Stage 4 breast cancer in February 2012, and a brain tumor in December 2013. Throughout her chemo, radiation, surgeries and countless appointments—which continue today—Tim has been by Cindy’s side. The pair were featured on WZZM last year as Cindy prepared for her 17th consecutive Fifth Third River Bank Run. Tim will share his perspective as a caregiver during a cancer journey.
Event Emcees
Rachael Gray and Ken Evans, co-hosts of The WHTS (105.3 Hot FM) Grand Rapids Morning Show will be joining us at Wine & Wig 2018.

The New 9-to-5 Style Guide

Engage with the West Michigan Woman Community!

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Office dressing isn’t what it used to be—and busy schedules demand more versatility than ever before. We’re bringing you the best suggestions for navigating your professional life in style from the fashion experts at Leigh’s during West Michigan Woman’s February “Wine Down” event.

February 22, 2017 5:30-8 p.m. Leigh’s

Breton Village Shopping Center
1942 Breton Rd SE • Grand Rapids, MI 49506

ONLINE TICKET SALES ARE NOW CLOSED. TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE AT THE DOOR. 

What you’ll learn:

Chances are your work dress code is getting more confusing. We’ll help you define the rules for:

  • Business formal
  • Smart professional
  • Business casual
  • Casual dressy
  • Casual

It’s a slippery slope from casual to sloppy casual. How do you and your team maintain professionalism when casual is the code?
Breakfast board meeting. Staff reviews. Preschool party. Ribbon cutting. You need an outfit that is as versatile as you are. Learn how to build a wardrobe with basics you can mix and match for any occasion.       


Cancellation Policy

Individuals who register for the event and subsequently are no longer able to attend for any reason are encouraged to provide a replacement guest for attendance. Substitutions are welcome at any time prior to the event as long as full guest information is provided to Serendipity Media. There is no charge to make this change prior to the event.

If you do not wish to provide a replacement guest for the event, full cancellations must be submitted in writing to Ashley at Serendipity Media at [email protected] by two weeks prior to the event date. At this time, 80% of the original ticket price will be refunded in the manner of payment provided during registration. Cancellations made within two weeks prior to the event will not be provided a refund of their ticket purchase.

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Ready to get involved?
Wine & Wig can't be successful without the support of our community. We would love to add you to our list of sponsors, volunteers and ambassadors. Find out how.