Girls Night Out will be held Thursday, July 12 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Players Club in Wellington, and the Kids Cancer Foundation has been selected as this month’s charity beneficiary.
Girls Night Out, held on a monthly basis, is designed to be a night of “girl chat,” fabulous drink and food specials, music by DJ GFY and lots of shopping.
More than 25 vendors are expected to be on hand on the upper level of the Players Club, displaying a wide variety of quality, juried merchandise to tempt the women, as they enjoy time with friends, a glass of wine and some delicious food.
“We held our first Girls Night Out in June, and the response from the community has been amazing,” said Dolores Schlick, director of catering at the Players Club. “The crowd thoroughly enjoyed themselves, eating, drinking, shopping and winning raffle prizes. This month, we expect even more of the same.”
While this event is designed to provide a social night of fun with friends, there is a benefit to the community, too. As part of the event, each vendor is asked to donate something from their merchandise to be used as a raffle prize, and the money raised from the sale of raffle tickets will be donated to a local charity.
The Kids Cancer Foundation has been chosen as the charity to benefit from the raffle proceeds in July. The Kids Cancer Foundation’s mission is to provide hope and support to local children and their families battling cancer and/or blood disorders.
“We are pleased to offer support to the Kids Cancer Foundation, as part of our Girls Night Out event in July,” explained Maureen Gross, director of development and community outreach for Phelps Media Group International. “They offer a bright spot to kids and their families who are battling cancer right here in our own community.”
There will be a wide variety of vendors on hand to display their tempting merchandise, ranging from jewelry, purses, spa treatments, makeup consultations, fashionable clothing, spray-tan specialists, homemade sweet treats, wine koozies and even a bicycle for you to try your skills doing a spin class.
The Girls Night Out monthly event series is sponsored by the Players Club and Phelps Media Group. For information about attending, contact Schlick at email@example.com or (561) 795-0080. For vendor information, contact Gross at firstname.lastname@example.org or (561) 753-3389.