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Venus Creations Plans Ladies Night Out Event

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Venus Creations in Little Falls is hosting its annual Ladies Night Out on Thursday, Dec.1 from 6 to 10 p.m.

Grab your girlfriends, leave the guys at home and join us for this exclusive "Ladies Only" event. Drop by and check out our exquisite jewelry pieces and latest collections.

There will be drawings and surprise giveaways throughout the night. Try your luck and spin the "Wheel Of Discounts." Plus, receive a free pair of silver and CZ studs while supplies last. No purchase necessary. Must be present to win.

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Enjoy a night just for you. While at the event, be sure to fill out your very own personal "wish list" with all the items you have been dreaming of this year.

RSVP is recommended. Call 973-256-8592 to RSVP

Venus Creations is located at 100 Main St., Little Falls.

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