Magnolia Park Ladies Night Out starts off 2014 with a scavenger hunt this evening, Friday, January 31, in addition to the regular food trucks, street performers, musicians and host of special sales. Shops along Magnolia Blvd. and Hollywood Way in the hip shopping district will be open until 9:00 p.m. and offering perks and discounts.
Tonight’s scavenger hunt involves matching 25 photos to 25 Magnolia Park shops. Entry forms can be found at participating stores and completed entries must be turned in by 9:00 p.m. The winner will be picked at random and will receive a $30 gift certificate to a participating local shop of their choice.
Reclaimed offers wine, appetizers and a free gift for anyone spending $20 in the store during Ladies Night Out, January 31. (Photo Courtesy Magnolia Park Ladies Night Out)
Some of the sales and special offers include Reclaimed’s 10-50% off on various jewelry items and Besame Cosmetics with 15% off of purchases and a free deluxe foundation sample. The Alegria Bazaar by Paula Carlotto truck will be parked in front of Romancing the Bean. Sign up for a Belly card and learn about the Magnolia Park stores participating in the smart phone app customizable rewards program.
Ladies Night Out
Booths were set up for sales of Jefferson Tee Shirts and other goodies. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)
Friday night was a great night for rock and roll in Burbank as students showed their musical side at Jefferson Elementary School in Burbank.
Student bands performed for friends and family who were also able to grab some snacks from the food trucks.
The Boosters put on the event to help raise funds for the school.
They were Rockin’ and Rollin’ at Jefferson’s Jams this past week. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)
It was a packed house, well field, for Fiday night’s Jefferson Jams. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)
Funnel Cake was one of the food trucks that were on the playground supporting Jefferson Jams, held this past Friday evening. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)
The Jefferson Elementary School Booster Club has come up with Food Truck Friday to help raise funds for the Burbank school during these tough economic times.
Nate French and Isaiah Marsh take a bite and hope to avoid brain freeze from the shaved ice they just got from one of the food trucks at the Jefferson Elementary fundraiser Friday night. (Photo By Craig Sherwood)
The Booster Club funds many important programs at the school such as music, library and computer. These are programs that the school would otherwise be unable to offer to students due to limited budgets.
There were three food trucks on campus and proceeds from food sales will be donated to the school. By far the most popular truck was the Los Angeles Shaved Ice truck that brought much welcomed relief on a day that temperatures were over 100 degrees in Burbank.