Kendra Scott Jewelry Happy Hour & Shopping Event for The Brooke Healey Foundation

Kendra Scott Jewelry Happy Hour & Shopping Event


In person and online: 20% of sales benefits The Brooke Healey Foundation 

When: September 30 & October 1 

Where (online):, Use code GIVEBACK-AIIFX to ensure we get credit  

Where (in-person): The Mall at Short Hills location only, kickoff happy hour open to all! Sept. 30, 5-7pm,

Registration to shop not necessary, but kindly RSVP below if you plan to attend the in-store event. (No cost to attend!)

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Thu, September 30
Add to My Calendar 09/30/2021 12:00am 10/01/2021 12:00am America/New_York Kendra Scott Jewelry Happy Hour & Shopping Event for The Brooke Healey Foundation

Kendra Scott Jewelry Happy Hour & Shopping Event


In person and online: 20% of sales benefits The Brooke Healey Foundation

When: September 30 & October 1

Where (online):, Use code GIVEBACK-AIIFX to ensure we get credit

Where (in-person): The Mall at Short Hills location only, kickoff happy hour open to all! Sept. 30, ...

The Mall at Short Hills, 1200 Morris Turnpike, Suite B-179 Short Hills, NJ 07080 true

Kendra Scott at The Mall at Short Hills

The Mall at Short Hills, 1200 Morris Turnpike, Suite B-179
Short Hills, NJ 07080

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