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Ladies Night Out in Montclair Center, Oct. 16


MONTCLAIR, NJ - Downtown Montclair Center invites you to its 4th annual LADIES NIGHT OUT celebration on Friday October 16 from 5 - 9 pm.  Come and join us for an evening of shopping, eating, mingling and laughing with friends old and new.  

The event is FREE and the first 200 women to pre-register on-line will receive a complimentary swag bag loaded with goodies and a ticket towards grand prize drawing. All will have a chance to qualify for tickets for our grand prize as they make purchases throughout the night.

Participants will check in at Bow Tie Cinemas at 486 Bloomfield Ave. in the center of our vibrant and walk able downtown area. The evening will conclude at Just Jakes Restaurant at 30 Park St. for special priced drinks and the announcement of the grand prizewinner.  

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and will have $5.00 raffle tickets to win an extraordinary gift basket valued at over $500.00. All proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society.

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