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Adventures in shopping

Ladies Night Out returns for three-day run

— Daily Freeman-Journal photos by Anne Blankenship Kevin Rubash of Interior Spaces, sprinkles a table-top tree with tinsel. Rubash said the store is filled with all sorts of Christmas trees, ornaments and decorations for the upcoming holiday season. Interior Spaces is one of the businesses taking part in the upcoming three-night Ladies Night Out event in Webster City.

A popular annual Chamber of Commerce event is returning this week and will expand to offer shoppers more opportunities to browse for bargains.

Ladies Night Out will be a three-day adventure this year, according to Melissa Miller, Chamber membership director. The event will begin Thursday with participating stores remaining open until 8 p.m. The event will continue on Friday and Saturday, with businesses open their regular business hours.

Miller said in additon to the in-store specials, shoppers who spend at least $20 with participating businesses will be entered into a drawing for one of three prize packages. The winners of the three prizes will be drawn on Tuesday, Oct. 27.

Businesses taking part in the promotion include Appliance Plus and U.S. Cellular, Chicago Style, Dairy Queen, Denim and Babes, Fareway, Gilbert Jewelers, Good Life RV, Grid Iron Grill and Sports Lounge, Heart N’ Home, Hy-Vee, Interior Spaces, Leons Pizza, Lomitas, Old and New Things to Redo, Osweilers Fashions, Platinum and Red Salon, Produce Station/Legacy Learning, Salon Meraki, Scentsy, Sew Bee It Quilt Shop in Jewell, Ted’s Car Wash and Teria’s Glam Nails.

Scentsy will be set up at the Chamber office and Teria’s Glam Nails will be located at Osweilers, Miller said.

The Chamber is also hosting a blood drive Thursday at Fuller Hall and a few spots are still open. Call the Chamber to reserve a spot, 832-2564.

The Chamber will also be wrapping up its Webster City Lynx Popcorn Popper raffle this weekend. Tickets will be available Thursday and Friday at the Chamber office, and the drawing is scheduled for Monday, Oct. 26.

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