With Thanksgiving a mere week away, Seattle shops can’t help but start spreading some holiday cheer. This Friday’s no exception.
It’s Ladies Night at Rosanna’s Warehouse Outlet Store
From 4 to 7 p.m., local tableware designer Rosanna‘s helping get holiday shopping done early with a “Ladies Night Out” party at her Georgetown Warehouse Outlet Store. You’ll snag some great deals on Rosanna products — including cake pedestals, festive plates and glassware — and also be treated to discounts on Potluck Paris Jewelry, Pearls of Wisdom Chanel-inspired accessories and butter LONDON nail fashion merchandise. Refreshments will be served, and dress warmly: The warehouse can get chilly.
WHERE: Rosanna’s Warehouse Outlet Store in Georgetown, 6755 East Marginal Way (for directions, see above)
WHEN: Friday, November 18, from 4 to 7 p.m.
TICKETS: Free to attend, but plan to get some holiday shopping done
DIRECTIONS: From I-5, Highway 99/509: Take any exit that will get you close to Michigan Street. The warehouse is just south of where S. Michigan Street, East Marginal Way S and 4th Avenue S come together. The warehouse is located in the back building (Building B). For a map, click here.
Enchanted Holidays at The Bravern
If you’re in the Eastside, check out The Bravern‘s tree-lighting event, which kicks off their “Enchanted Holidays at The Bravern” festivities. The tree-lighting ceremony, hosted by Kevin Joyce (former performer and director at Seattle’s Teatro ZinZanni), also includes a visit from Santa, who’ll arrive in a horse-drawn carriage alongside Jamie and Karen Moyer of their children’s charity The Moyer Foundation, which the event benefits, and two campers from Camp Mariposa. After, get a jump start on your holiday shopping: The Bravern’s home to luxurious brands, including Neiman Marcus, Hermès, Anthropologie, Sur La Table and Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa.
WHERE: The Bravern in downtown Bellevue, Wash.
WHEN: Friday, November 18, from 5 to 8 p.m.; Santa will arrive at 6 p.m. to light the tree
TICKETS: Free to attend; donations for beverages and entertainment accepted, all benefiting The Moyer Foundation