Jane Kramer of La Belle Vie poses with a sample of the gifts some lucky shoppers will win on Ladies Night. Fun

Fun, prizes for shoppers at first-ever Ladies’ Night Out

Merchants in downtown Cloverdale kick off the Christmas shopping season by throwing a big party Dec. 4.

With special offers and discounts, plus a party atmosphere, refreshments and fabulous gift baskets to win (the grand prize is worth a whopping $800 value), it may be the Christmas shopping extravaganza you’ve been waiting for.

On Dec. 4, participating merchants in downtown Cloverdale are kicking off a month of Christmas shopping by throwing a big party: Ladies Night Out, presented by the Cloverdale BIA.

Participating merchants will be found on 176, 176A  and 177B streets, along with Brick Yard Station, and Clover Square Village. Just follow the red balloons.

Enter to win some beautiful and bountiful gift baskets from local merchants when you shop at three participating stores.

The event runs 5 to 8 p.m. Twenty-nine shops, services and restaurants are taking part.

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