In the immortal words of Cyndi Lauper – “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun!” This is THE night to gather your girlfriends and experience a far-out evening filled with great shopping, dining, and music.
Let yourself go and have fun IN VUE!
At Witt’s End Candy Emporium located at 305 Fairfield Avenue, they are having musician Matt Mouser for Tunes In June who will be playing classic rock and pop.
The Cozy Cottage at 307 Fairfield Avenue is having samples their refreshing Vino Slush and delicious dip from Heartland Herbs.
Embellish Salon and Boutique at 309 Fairfield Avenue will be featuring Swan Maiden Soap along with Embellish owner’s one-of-a-kind, hand-crafted enameled jewelry utilizing a technique called Painting With Fire using Thompson Enamels from Bellevue. This technique adds layers of glass to create the textures and colors for wearable art.
Splendid Things located at 312 Fairfield Avenue will have Margaritas, singing, dancing, and grooving to tunes from the 70’s!
Need a little TLC? Maybe you pulled your back out dancing or got a little too crazy witht he Margaritas. Hurtt No More Massage Therapy will be offering free Chair Massages. Register to win a free 1 hour massage or a gift basket!
Frame and Hang Studio Gallery – 401 Fairfield Avenue will be having an opening gallery reception featuring rustic home decor creator Coda Co.
Coda Co. is a small business that specializes in rustic home décor. They find objects that are no longer in use and revitalize them for your enjoyment. They use materials such as Kentucky barn wood, bourbon barrels, burlap coffee bags, and railroad spikes. They bring life back into these items so they can live on in your home or office. Coda Co. was founded by Kelti and Tanner Ziese, who live, design, and craft their products out of their home in Bellevue, Kentucky. Two pastimes they both enjoy are drinking bourbon and coffee (sometimes together!) and this is what started their business. Kelti began sewing burlap coffee bags from local coffee shops in pillows, all with their unique designs from all over the world. Meanwhile, Tanner was in the basement crafting different tables and coat racks made from bourbon barrel staves and heads. Now, they have perfected their methods and have many different styles and designs of products. The name Coda Co. was derived from a definition of coda meaning, something that ends and completes something else. “It is our goal to continue reusing wood and other items in our projects to let the story live on. We are passionate about what we do and love doing it.” Be sure to check Coda Co. out on Facebook and Instagram!
Diamonds and Dimples Chic Boutique – 402 Fairfield Avenue, wants you to enjoy the singing and guitar playing of Jessica Miller.
Torn Light Records at 406 Fairfield Avenue will be spinning vinyl!