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LookToTheStars.org was at the Super Saturday event in New York, benefiting the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund in the weekend.

Novas Ark Project in Watermill, New York was the place to be on Saturday, as the 15th annual Super Saturday hosted by Kelly Ripa, Paula Patton, Donna Karan, Ariel Foxman and presented by QVC, COVERGIRL, INSTYLE took place, benefiting the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund.

Kelly Ripa at Super Saturday
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Despite the less than perfect weather, the event went off without a glitch, raising $3.6 Million for the cause. Celebrities from all over made sure they were on the “East End” for one of the biggest charity functions hosted in the Hamptons each year.

While browsing through the Citizens of Humanity booth, I was able to spend some time with Kyle Richards, as she expressed how much she loved Super Saturday and the great things that OCRF does for women in need.

Kelly Ripa Enjoys Super Saturday
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All of the ladies from Bravo’s Real Housewives of NYC also made an appearance, with their families in tow. Both Aviva Drescher and Heather Thomson from Real housewives and Kelly Ripa enjoyed the family friendly event with their children on carnival rides and at the Nintendo booth, and I’m sure Heather also checked in on her Yummie Tummie booth as well – a girl has got to work!

Super Saturday is an annual day long “garage sale” (once dubbed “The Rolls-Royce” of garage sales) hosted in Southampton that benefits Ovarian Cancer Research Fund that’s fun for the whole family. Activities include a one-of-a-kind designer garage sale with over 200 fabulous designers, a kids’ carnival with rides, games and fun, a fabulous raffle, fortune tellers, manicures and beauty bars and so much more!

Amazing treats for patrons were provided by Carvel Ice Cream, Crumbs and Pinkberry and for those of you who couldn’t make it out east to the Hamptons, QVC hosts a live show, so anyone can participate and be involved.

To find out more about Super Saturday and Ovarian Cancer Research Fund, please check out www.OCRF.org.

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