Witches' Night Out

Kick off the fall season in style by attending Witches’ Night Out on Friday, October 27th from 6:00-9:00pm! During this fun, ladies-only event, Randolph businesses will be working together to bring you a fun night out on the town, with a Halloween twist! The event takes place in the adjoined buildings of Randolph Retail Company and Yarn for Ewe at 127 and 129 Main Street. The evening kicks off with a fun fall fashion show hosted by Randolph Retail Company and Yarn for Ewe featuring new fall fashions paired with hand-knitted sweaters, ponchos, and accessories - whether you like to shop or knit, you’re sure to be inspired! 
 
Enjoy relaxing on-site salon services by Senn-sations Salon and Day Spa, sample wine from Countryside Wine & Spirits, and have some spooky refreshments throughout the evening. Attendees can also take part in one (or both) of the make-and-take workshops taught by Creating Keepsakes and Yarn for Ewe. Never painted before? No problem! Vicki Reding, owner of Creating Keepsakes, will teach you how to paint a lovely fall mini canvas in her workshop. Knitters will enjoy creating a cute little pumpkin - a great décor item for the whole season - in Yarn for Ewe’s workshop (some knitting experience is required). The whole evening, which includes both workshops, wine, and refreshments, is just $25 and is sure to be an unforgettable experience! Learn more by calling Randolph Retail Company at 716-358-5758 or Yarn For Ewe at 716-267-2070.
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