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Sip & Shop in Downtown Cranford on May 12

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Join us for an evening of sipping, shopping, special gifts, discounts, raffles, and more! Tickets can be purchased in advance for $20 at Augusta MaePeriwinkle'sMilk Money, and The Amber Feather, or online. Tickets can also be purchased at the door for $25. 

  • Check in at Ana's Studio 24 (113 Miln St.) where the first 100 people will receive a goody bag filled with coupons from local Cranford businesses.
  • Get your shopping passport stamped at Ana's, Belladonna's, think d'sign print and Amber Feather to be entered into a raffle for a $50 gift certificate to Pairings and a bottle of wine.
  • Remember, parking is Free after 6PM!

Gifts, Discounts, Raffles, & More at These Businesses!

There will also be raffles and gift baskets from the following businesses: 

Elegance Nails IV, Clear Touch Massage, Fire Me Up!, Eye Level Learning, Ciao Bello, Il Gabbiano, Big Apple Pizza, Perrotti's & more! 

 

Plus bring your complimentary wine glass to Kilkenny House, Thirsty Turtle, Bar Americana & Garlic Rose for Happy Hour pricing!

All of the money raised goes toward scholarships awarded by the Cranford Woman's Club

We can't wait to see you downtown on May 12!

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