Celebrate the 10th anniversary of Wine, Women, and Shopping in Chelsea

. November 1, 2015.
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Celebrate the 10th anniversary of Wine, Women and Shopping, an event that delivers fun and bargains for ladies of all ages. Gather your mother, daughter, sister and friends to mix and mingle with the local business owners to kick off your holiday season.  Anticipate trunk shows and demonstrations as you go in and out of some of Chelsea’s historical buildings, with offerings including art, antiques, jewelry, books and more. Best of all, you can shop in a relaxed atmosphere long after traditional store hours, while enjoying local wines and samples from area restaurants. Extend the day and enjoy a savory dinner, a play at the Purple Rose Theatre, an after party at Chelsea Alehouse Brewery or an overnight stay.  Folks are encouraged to bring canned goods, paper supplies or cleaning products for the local food bank.

10am-6pm Saturday, November 7
Downtown Chelsea, MI
winewomenshopping.com —JL

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