Ladies, mark your calendars for Girls’ Day Out on Saturday, November 13th, when businesses in four great business districts in Spokane will offer up special treats, deals, games, prizes, and more. This is a fun way to start your holiday shopping, check out all the wonderful local businesses in these unique neighborhoods, and enjoy a day with some of your favorite women. From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., head to the Garland, Hillyard, Monroe, and International (East Sprague) districts. Just look for the pink, as participating businesses will be competing in the “Pink’d” contest for the best pink decorated place.
The 6th annual Girls’ Day Out features art galleries, antiques, health and beauty products and services, vintage clothing, coffee shops and cafes, and more. The driving goal behind this annual shopping event is to introduce Spokane women to their local neighborhood business centers. You know that cute little place you have driven past half a dozen times and always think you’d love to stop in but somehow never do? This is the perfect time! Be sure to stop at Anatopia Thrift Boutique in the Garland district as they will be serving chocolate, and hit Curl Up N’ Dye in the Hillyard district to get your nails painted pink for free. Fabulous Finds in the Monroe district will be serving a candy buffet. These are just a few of the highlights; every business will have something special for you!
Guys are welcome to come along, and in fact there are official “Guy’s Hang Outs” in each district, where men can watch football, have a drink, or play some games.
Make sure to pick up your free copy of the Exchange newspaper before the event for your official Girls’ Day Out shopping guide. On newsstands on November 11, it will include neighborhood maps, participating businesses, sponsors, sales/specials and any other information you need to navigate your way through the day. For photos and a video of last year’s Girls’ Day Out, click here.