Next Girls Night Out Sept. 13 At Players Club

September’s Girls Night Out will be held Thursday, Sept. 13 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Players Club in Wellington. This popular monthly event features an array of vendors displaying their juried, high-quality merchandise on tables filling the entire top floor of the Players Club.

Each month there is a wide selection of merchandise, including purses, jewelry, spa treatments, clothing, bejeweled sandals and more. In addition, the Players Club provides a special appetizer menu and some drink specials for the attending ladies to enjoy as they browse, shop and chat with their friends. There is also music provided by DJ GFY.

The monthly Girls Night Out events are not just a fun night with friends; they are also designed to benefit the community. Each month a different, local nonprofit is selected to benefit from the proceeds of the evening’s raffle ticket sales, and September’s chosen charity will be Back to Basics Inc.

“In September, we thought that we would highlight a charity in our community that has made a huge difference in the lives of so many of our county’s children and their families as they prepare to go back to school,” said Maureen Gross, the director of development and community outreach for Phelps Media Group International.

Started by Beverly and Don Perham more than 25 years ago, Back to Basics is a grassroots organization that supplies children in Palm Beach County with “basic” back-to-school supplies — uniforms, shoes, socks and underwear that they would otherwise not be able to afford.

“Over the years, Back to Basics has grown to be able to provide thousands of our local disadvantaged children not only with basic school supplies but also with the ability to go to school feeling proud, smart and prepared to learn,” Gross said.

The Girls Night Out monthly event series is sponsored by Phelps Media Group International and the Players Club. For information about becoming a vendor, contact Gross at or (561) 753-3389. For information about attending the event, contact Dolores at the Players Club at or (561) 795-0080.