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LITTLE SILVER: GIRLS IN THE GREENHOUSE

girls-night-5785687Press release from Sickles Market

Need a new quick hair up do? A fresh fitness workout? A new look for your deck? Or just a fun night out with your BFFs with great wines and delicious food? It’s been a cruel winter. Sign up now for Sickles Market’s annual “Girls Night Out,” an evening of wine, food, fitness tips and fun that offers advice and interactive workshops for a vivacious lifestyle.

Going on between 7 to 9 pm on Friday, March 20, the event offers a chance to see the latest in spring fashion and fitness trends, learn more about gardening and custom potting, while sipping premium wines donated by Rumson Wine and Spirits in the midst of a beautiful greenhouse brimming with colorful, fragrant flowers. Attendees can listen and learn from local beauty and health experts (and Sickles Market’s garden specialists) while enjoying tasty selections made by the Sickles kitchen and other fine food purveyors. There’s also a chance to dance, to the musical skills of DJ Jake from Affair 2 Remember.

Bring your girlfriends, sisters, mothers or daughters (attendees must be 21 years or older) to this extremely popular affair that benefits the Jacqueline M. Wilentz Comprehensive Breast Center at Monmouth Medical, Long Branch (Last year’s sold-out event raised $4,000 for the center). But hurry, as the event is a traditional sell-out every year — tickets ($40 per person if purchased before March 8; $45 starting on March 9) can be reserved by calling (732)741-9563, or in-store at the Sickles Marketing Office.

Participating vendors and services:

The Milagro Spa at the Atlantic Club

Jon Lori Salon

Clementine Cycling Studio

Healthy Glow Airbrush Tanning

LB Kass The Studio

OAR Fitness & Endurance

Pure Health Services

Sickles Market Spring Floral Arrangements; Custom Potting

DJ Darryl “Jake” Jacobsen

Food and beverage:

Rumson Wine & Spirits

Koa Natural Olakino

Booskerdoo Fresh Roasted Coffee Co.

Freshicas Juice Bar

Yumi Restaurant

Sickles Market

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