Ladies Night Out At Tuckerton Seaport

Dated: 11/13/2013

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It's becoming a Tuckerton Seaport tradition to offer area women a leisurely start to the holiday shopping season. Before the holiday rush is upon us and all the visitors too, the Seaport management invites ladies to relax during the third annual Ladies Night Out: A Handmade Holiday on Friday, November 22, from 4-7pm.

Do a little holiday shopping while snacking on refreshments, making easy holiday crafts, and chatting with your neighbors and friends!
Artisans will be selling jewelry, scarves, chocolates, soaps, framed photos, ceramics and more at the Tuckerton Seaport Visitors Center. Complimentary refreshments, door prizes and a gift auction will also be enjoyed.
This event is FREE! For more info or to become a vendor visit www.tuckertonseaport.org or call JAaclyn Stewart Wood at 609-296-8868 ext 122.
The event benefits the Jersey Shore Folklife Center at Tuckerton Seaport's youth folk arts program.
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