Hot on the heels of the hugely successful Holiday in the Park event last Friday, November 22, the merchants of Magnolia Park put on their monthly Ladies Night Out event on Friday, November 29, and are ready for the big shopping Saturday of November 30. Shoppers looking for eclectic, stylish and/or creative gifts will find plenty to choose from in the Magnolia Park district.
Friday evening’s event boasts the usual huge variety of food trucks, live music and street performers. Bell Cottage is offering a number of specials all day on Friday on Vera Bradley, Chamilia beads, Harvey’s Seatbelt Handbags and $10 off a purchase of $100 or more.
Krampus, the Holiday devil, who was such a big hit at Dark Delicacies for Holiday in the Park, will be out in front of 8 Ball after 7 p.m. The Jug Or Nots will be performing outside of the Towns Burr Gallery Friday evening, too.
Kerry Krull’s famous white chocolate lattes will be available at Romancing the Bean to warm up shoppers Friday evening.
On Small Business Saturday, the Magnolia Park shops are continuing to offer specials and incentives. Simply Nature Day Spa, which relocated to Magnolia Park from Toluca Lake just six months ago, has two specials for Saturday: purchase a $100 gift certificate and receive a $10 bonus gift certificate and mention myburbank.com and receive 15% off of any Holiday gift item.
Bell Cottage is offering $10 off a $100 purchase again on Saturday. Additionally, the first 20 people will receive a small shop tote and the first 20 purchases of Poo Purri will receive a free tester.
Towns Burr Gallery is currently showcasing works by local contemporary artists and artisans. On Friday and Saturday, “we will pay the sales tax on all purchases,” according to Connie Towns Burr, artist and gallery owner.