‘Paint the town Pink’: Stillwater Night Out comes to downtown Sept. 13

 

Photo courtesy of Stillwater Convention and Visitors Bureau
Goldy Gopher, left, and Victor Viking check out one of the Pink Boats for Hope that will be displayed during the Stillwater Ladies Night Out breast cancer awareness and prevention event Sept. 13 in downtown Stillwater.

Pink Boats for Hope are featured on the north and south ends of Main Street in Stillwater as a welcome to the Sept. 13 Stillwater “Ladies Night Out” event  focusing on breast cancer awareness and prevention.

“Paint The Town Pink” is the evening theme and encourages wearing pink and having fun shopping for specials and deals while enjoying food and drink samples.

Registration starts at 5 p.m. at This Love of Mine, 102 North Main St. with the grand finale and prize drawings at 8:30 p.m. at Luna Rosa Trattoria, 402 South Main St. Swag bags will be given to the first 50 women who register. Bring unwanted new or clean-gently used bras to the Finale and receive an extra ticket for the drawings. Bras are donated to Treasured Chest Foundation.

Event charity partner, Pink Boats for Hope (www.PinkBoatsForHope.com) will auction a chance for two to fish with a professional fishing guide in the Sept. 29 Pink Boats for Hope Fishing Tournament on the St. Croix River. Bidding starts at $400.

The following lodging facilities, when called direct, offer special prices or packages for those  staying overnigh Sept. 13: Americinn, Water Street Inn, Lexington Inn, Super 8, Crossings, Aurora Staples B&B and the Elephant Walk B&B. For more information about these properties: www.DiscoverStillwater.com/lodging.

 

Photo courtesy of Stillwater Convention and Visitors Bureau

Goldy Gopher, left, and Victor Viking check out one of the Pink Boats for Hope that will be displayed during the Stillwater Ladies Night Out breast cancer awareness and prevention event Sept. 13 in downtown Stillwater.

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