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E-List's "Girls Night Out in Guilford" December 6th

The same night of the "Light up the Green" event, the E-list is offering their "Girls Night Out" event filled with discounts, drinks and food! The best part: It's free. It's super easy to sign up, just keep reading to find

 

"Girls Night Out in Guilford" is a fun event this Thursday (the same night as the "Light Up the Green") being offered by the E-list. It's a free event, all you have to do is be an e-list subscriber and RSVP to Erica@the-e-list.com.

The "Night Out" runs form 5 PM to 9 PM and kicks off at Whitfield's from 5 PM to 6:30 PM. They'll be offering a half price glass of wine, and you can pick up your e-list sticker you'll need to qualify for discounts.

What's your discount? An amazing 20% off at participating stores, though some restrictions may apply. When you've wrapped up your shopping and ready for dinner, you can head to Whitfield's or Ballou's Wine Bar, who will also be offering a half price glass of wine. The e-list does recommend you make reservations at the restaurant of your choice.

If you're on the hunt for some great art, stop by The Guilford Art Center for their annual artisan and craft show "Artistry," which features over 200 collections of handmade items. During the event, you can enjoy a class of Champagne as you browse.

Participating stores include:

Asiye's Boutique

Ballou's Wine Bar

Black Eyed Susan Consignments

Blue Moon Artisans

Chroma Gallery

Ella Where She Shops

Flutterby

Kimberly Boutique

Lulu's, A Chichi Boutique

Mix Design Store

Swish

Tracy Brent Collections

Trudy's European Shoes

Gallery Raffael

Whitfield's Restaurant

The e-list is also offering a "Christmas Baking Class" from 7 PM to 9 PM. The price for the event is $25 per person, and all proceeds will go to The Women's Family Life Center. Creator of The Elegant Occasion Roberta Lombardi will share her special holiday recipes for Pasticiotti, Pignoli Almond Cookies and more. Coffee and cordials will be served and recipes provided to all participants.

Jeanette Wimmer December 07, 2012 at 01:48 AM
I was surprised at the small amount of stores and lack of holiday spirit that was presented tonight in Guilford. I love this idea would love to support local business in town. I have been a resident in Guilford since 1982. On the bright side, I would give "Mix" and "The Guilford Art Center" a 10 for their friendliness, presentation, and holiday spirit! I was at the Ladies night last week in Madison and maybe Guilford should see what they are doing. It was festive, fun and an enjoyable night out last week!

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