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Join Ladies Night Out in Montclair, April 7

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MONTCLAIR, NJ - Ladies Night Out in Montclair Center is happening Friday, April 7. 

The biggest Ladies Night Out in Montclair ever, organizers state, will include over 50 merchants participating with special offers, free giveaways, refreshments and hors d’oeuvres, music and more. 

The event is organized by the Montclair Center BID and begins at 5 pm at the Pig & Prince Restaurant in Lackawanna Plaza and continues throughout the district from 6-9 pm. 

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As a culmination of Women’s Empowerment Week, collections will continue that night for SAVE of Essex, the county’s designated rape care center and a program of the Family Service League.  For information about all the different activities, please visit montclaircenter.com.

At 5 pm, the Montclair Center BID will be giving away 150 free selfie sticks at the Pig & Prince Restaurant, while attendees can pick up a guide to the night and enjoy discounted cocktails. 

Then, the evening continues throughout Bloomfield Avenue, Park Street, Church Street, Lackawanna Plaza, South Fullerton, South Park Street, Valley Road, North Willow, Midland Avenue, and Glenridge Avenue.  Merchants will be offering specials including champagne, chocolates, discounts, live music and free classes.

This year, many of the merchants will also have fun selfie stations with mirrors, dress-up props and cool backgrounds.  Tag #montclaircenter on Instagram and automatically be eligible to win some fabulous Montclair Center prizes including gift cards from Java Love and Dolly Moo. 

Talks from Women’s Empowerment Week will also be ongoing at 7 pm that evening.  To register for any of the talks that week, please visit tinyurl.com/empowermtc.

The Montclair Center BID is directly responsible for the music performances, beautification projects including plants and decorations, banners, wayfinding signage and maintenance throughout the district.  Working with the Township, local utilities and services and its renowned Ambassador staff, it ensures that the downtown Montclair area is clean, bright and in excellent working order. By encouraging dynamic collaboration, the Montclair Center BID also creates exciting events for shoppers and tourists, marketing opportunities for retailers and restauranteurs, and actively seeks to improve the area for businesses and residents.

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