TARRYTOWN, N.Y. -- The fourth annual Sassy Ladies Shopping Night Out is set for Friday, April 11 in Tarrytown.
Sassy Ladies Shopping Night Out will take place from 5:30 to 10 p.m. at The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel at 455 South Broadway in Tarrytown. The event includes a night of shopping, fashion tips from celebrity NYC Stylist Blane Charles of BEAU-T by Blane, food & wine samplings, a DJ and goody bags.
"The fourth annual event is designed to attract sassy, lively, bold and full of spirit women who are looking to have a fun-filled night of shopping, and exploration of new ideas and experiences," representatives said.
Events To Remember will donate a portion of the proceeds to two Westchester County not-for-profit organizations. The organizations are Support Connection and The Cheryl R. Lindenbaum Comprehensive Cancer Center.
The evening promises to include more than 50 vendors including Beauty Counter, Jamberry Nails, Pure Romance, Sudasana – The Art of Tranquility, WAG editor, Georgette Gouveia, signing copies of her new book, “Water Music” and Silverleaf Resorts, Inc.
"The Sassy Ladies will enjoy shopping with their girlfriends for awesome finds while enjoying complimentary hourly raffles, with the opportunity to walk away with our grand prize raffle of a designer Coach handbag; the pink carpet fashion show displaying our vendors products, chair massages and more," representatives said.
The event cost is $15 in advance or $20 at the door. The first 200 women to purchase tickets will receive a Sassy Ultra Chic-Eco Friendly Goody Bag. For event information, residents can contact Chereese Jervis-Hill at 914-218-3968, EventsCJH@EventsRemember.com or visit the Events To Remember website.
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