Ann Arbor Ladies night 2017

. April 28, 2017.
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Local Ann Arbor businesses roll out the red carpet for Ladies Night 2017 with special offers, goody bags and one big party.

Get a taste of the foodie scene with Avalon Cafe and Kitchen, Conor O’Neills, Real Seafood Company, and Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea. Or get a taste of retail therapy at Crazy Wisdom and Literati Bookstores, Vault of Midnight, Ten Thousand Villages, Moosejaw, Life is Good, and many more locations. Make sure to get your ‘passport’ and a stamp at each of the stops to enter a drawing for prizes. For full list of participating retailers and deals visit mainstreetannarbor.org

Friday, May 19 | 5pm
Main Street Area
734-668-7112 | mainstreetannarbor.org
Free

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