MILFORD, Mich. (April 14, 2017) – It’s that time of the year again, ladies! If you’re in need of a night out with the girls, join us in downtown Milford for Ladies Night Out Thursday, April 27. Shop, dine and socialize with your daughters, mothers, sisters and girlfriends as the women of Oakland County take over Milford’s downtown shopping district from 5-9 p.m.
“Ladies Night Out continues to attract women from across Metro Detroit to Milford’s downtown area for a fun-filled night with family and friends,” said Wendi Skolnik, event organizer and owner of Nana’s Niche and Corner. “It’s a community gathering that gives visitors a chance to explore our charming downtown shopping district and to experience the small town vibe of downtown Milford.”
Ladies Night Out is the perfect opportunity for locals and visitors to explore the downtown shopping district and experience what makes Milford an Oakland County destination. From giveaways and discounts to complimentary snacks and beverages, event goers are guaranteed to enjoy a special girl’s night while previewing the latest trends in clothing, furniture, gifts, accessories and more.
Throughout the evening, visitors are invited to collect stamps on an official Ladies Night Out postcard at the more than 30 participating businesses. Attendees who collect 10 stamps and drop off their completed postcard at any participating location will be eligible to win one of 30 gift certificates worth at least $20 each.
The community tradition also encourages patrons to visit downtown Milford’s exquisite eateries, including Coratti’s on Main, Milford House Bar and Grill, Gravity Bar and Grill, Palate, Smoke Street Barbecue, Village Bar and Kitchen and more.
For more information on the Village of Milford’s Ladies Night Out, visit www.meetmeinmilford.com.
About the Milford Downtown Development Authority
Established by ordinance in 1982, the Milford Downtown Development Authority (DDA) is a commercial district revitalization organization dedicated to building an attractive environment in which people can shop, live and play. To learn more about downtown Milford, visit www.meetmeinmilford.com.