Fashion, fun, and fighting hunger

COLUMBIA (WACH)-The first Columbia Women's Show has teamed up with Harvest Hope to help raise awareness about hunger in South Carolina.

The show will take place February 10th through February 12th.

This inaugural event will offer dozens of seminars and hands-on workshops, plus fashion shows, dance lessons and cooking demonstrations.

One of the featured cooking demonstrations, Meals for Hope, will take place Friday at 1 p.m.

Local Chef Daniel Wood, of the Blue Marlin, will use the different types of food provided through Harvest Hope's Emergency Food Pantry to show what meals can be created.

"This is a great way for people in the community to learn more about what we do and raise awareness about hunger," said Skot Garrick, Communications Manager of Harvest Hope Food Bank.

Anyone who donates three canned goods to Harvest Hope will recieve $1.00 off admission to the show.