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Madison Annual Ladies Night Out is Thursday, May 11


MADISON, NJ - Madison is hosting its annual Ladies Night Out on Thursday, May 11, 5:30p.m.-8:30p.m.  Stitch Boutique, 12 Waverly Pl. and Whole Foods Market, 222 Main St. are the evening's sponsors.

Madison businesses are looking forward to welcoming all those who plan to come and enjoy an evening out shopping and dining throughout the business district.

"Our businesses are customer friendly and service oriented.  Many are preparing special in-store events, demonstrations, or special savings," said Karen Giambra, the chamber's executive director.  

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Participants are invited to begin the evening at registration which opens at 5:30p.m. at Short Stories, 23 Main St.  Light fare and refreshments will be offered at registration compliments of Whole Foods Market and Gary's Wine & Marketplace, 121 Main St.  You must be at least 21 years old to participate.

The first 100 registrants will receive a gift bag filled with items donated by the local businesses. 

After registration participants can browse through the downtown businesses and enjoy the many open houses, special deals, and demonstrations.  Many participating businesses will also be holding basket raffles. Weather pending, special entertainment have also been arranged to entertain during the event.

In addition, Downtown Salon, 20 Waverly Pl., is offering $20 blowouts for the first ten people to book an appointment.  Please call 973-765-9610 to book your appointment.

Waxing the City, 25 Main St., will be offering a "2 for 1 Gal Pal Brow Special" from 3:00pm-8:00pm.  Call 973-845-9700 to book your appointment.

Adam's Dental, One Kings Rd. will be hosting a cocktail party event which will include light fare and refreshments, live music and giveaways.

Weichert Realtors, 15 Prospect St., will be hosting an Open House cocktail party and invite all to stop by for some light fare and refreshments.  

Rocco’s Bar & Grill, 30 Cook Plaza invite the ladies to stop by and enjoy ½ price appetizers and house wines.

"Spring has finally arrived and our businesses are excited about this annual event " said John Morris, owner of Stewart Morris, Awards, Gifts & Flags and President of the Madison Chamber of Commerce. "Come to the downtown on May 11 and enjoy Madison at its best."

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