HGTV’s Nicole Curtis visits Lake Orion this weekend to open her latest ‘Rehab Addict’ project

Nicole Curtis of HGTV’s Rehab Addict is in town this Saturday opening her latest project, a 1925 Cottage at 23 Heights Road (parking in Opa’s parking lot) to raise money for a local family.
Curtis, a 1994 Lake Orion High School graduate, grew up in Lake Orion. Her grandparents, Chet and Peg Bushman, had Bushman’s Disposal for years, and in 2015 Nicole renovated their family home in Oxford.
She will also be onsite signing copies of her New York Time’s Best selling book Better Than New.
Books are available for purchase at $25, with proceeds going to the cause.
Anyone attending should wear closed-toed shoes, as she hasn’t started renovating this project yet and there are hazardous conditions.
Entry donation is $10 per person, $5 with book purchase
The lines are usually pretty long, Curtis encourages people to bring chairs & coolers and make it a party. People must be in line by 12:30 p.m. for entry.

One Response to "HGTV’s Nicole Curtis visits Lake Orion this weekend to open her latest ‘Rehab Addict’ project"

  1. Jeff   October 19, 2017 at 11:32 pm

    Seen ya working on heights rd..i just came home to help my ailling parents. I from Davison now were I’m trying to sell a house after a divorvce 12 yrs ago. but my heart is in lk orion so the money means nothing, other then I don’t have just wanted to say i have the most respect for what you do
    .im a 96 graduate of Orion so surprised I didn’t meet you ever..but really great that you come home to help the community..ive seen the house your working on and follow your show.. and I’m so happy you started at that corner of hieghts and m – 24.. thanks for all you do..your awsome!


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