Old Towne Petersburg Sales & Events (June 7 issue)
As always, there’s a lot going on in charming, historic Old Towne! Friday for the Arts is coming up again this week! Read below to learn about specials and events. You may check oldtownepetersburg.com any time for up to the minute details. SALES/SPECIALS The Retreat Salon & Spa Introducing Chocolate Mousse Body Wrap, Cranberry […]
As always, there’s a lot going on in charming, historic Old Towne! Friday for the Arts is coming up again this week! Read below to learn about specials and events. You may check oldtownepetersburg.com any time for up to the minute details.
The Retreat Salon & Spa
Introducing Chocolate Mousse Body Wrap, Cranberry Bog Body Wrap, Couples Massage. And remember – Wednesday’s For Locals! Get all details at http://www.retreatsalon.com/Promotions.htm or call 804-861-8104. 12 West Old Town Street, Olde Towne Petersburg. Open Monday – Thursday 9AM – 8PM / Friday 9AM – 5PM / Saturday 9AM – 4PM. (Serving the cities of Colonial Heights, Hopewell, Petersburg, Richmond, Chester, the Counties of Prince George, Dinwiddie, Chesterfield, Prince George and Henrico including Fort Lee.)
Maggie’s – Old Towne
Prices Were Lowered on Friday Morning! Store closing fast approaching!
All stock is now out for sale, windows & stock rooms emptied. Great items, Weekenders, Garment bags, Vera Totes ,On the Go’s, bucket totes, flip flops. beach bags, Maggie’s,Handbags, Hanging organizers, Laptop Cases ,Gabby, Hannah,Besty, Hipster , Mail Bag, Lisa B & so may others. many new spring patterns too. GOING FAST so HURRY! REMEMBER, WE WILL NOTOFFER DRASTIC DISCOUNTS AS WE WILL JUST MOVE INVENTORY TO OUR CHESTER STORE. SO DON’T WAIT, SHOP NOW & SAVE ! ALL VERA BRADLEY NOW 30-40% OFF
Old Towne location only! EVERYTHING IN THE STORE IS ON SALE TO MOVE IT OUT!
CASH COUNTER, 2 VERA BRADLEY CASES REMAIN, VERA BRADLEY STATIONARY SPINNER. MISC TABLE & RUGS , 1 BAKERS RACK & MORE. PLUS GREAT WINE & HOME DECOR GIFTS TOO! AWESOME BRIDAL PARTY GIFTS & PET GIFTS TOO. JEWELRY IS 50% OFF, CANDLES BUY ONE GET ONE FREE. & MORE.
WE ARE OPEN at the Old Towne store – 8 Bollingbrook St. – WED. – FRIDAY 10-6 / SAT. 10-4 – 861-9006.
We are open 7 days a week in Chester 10-8 daily & Sunday 12-5.
Maggies LLC – Join our Telephone list! You get special offers FIRST (at our Chester store)!
Therapeutic Massage Center & Boutique
As hot, sunny days arrive, protect your skin with sun protection. Stop by our boutique and try out Jane Iredale’s terrific translucent mineral sunscreen. It’s not too early to shop for father’s day. Pamper the “dad” in your life with a gift certificate for one of our many services such as an old fashioned back rub or a deep tissue massage. 27 Bollingbrook Street, 2nd floor – Hours: M-F 10 am-6 pm, Sat 10-5, 722-1720, www.tmc-and-boutique.com.
Signature Style Polish Pottery Shop
Will be CLOSED FOR VACATION from June 9 through 16th (plus Leigh is out on maternity leave). When we reopen, look for exciting news on expanded weekend hours, plus other fabulous events for the summer! 13 W Old St, 804.733.4495 (call before you come between 16th and 23rd to be sure we made it back home!) polishpotteryshop.com .
Who knew it could be so fun “Going Out for Business”? Every day shoppers leave Kimberly Ann’s with their arms laden with incredible deals on incredible merchandise that must be sold so we can make more for more incredible inventory. You will jump for joy at all the wonderful, unusual and inexpensive finds that await you. We’re packed with clothing, jewelry, accessories, furniture, home decor, books and even Christmas things like Department 56 Krinkle Trees that are absolutely adorable. Don’t miss out on great stuff at stupid prices. It’s all half off the ticket price. Yep. You read it right. EVERYTHING IN KIMBERLY ANN’S IS 50% OFF THE TICKET PRICE! http://shopkimberlyanns.com/ 246/248 N. Sycamore . Open Monday thru Saturday noon(ish) to 5(ish) or by Appointment for serious shoppers. Extended Hours during Holidays & Downtown Events. (To make certain you’re not disappointed when planning to visit the shop, please call Kimberly Ann at (804) 586-1633 to make certain she’s open!)
UPCOMING EVENTS (not already listed on PPN)
National Childrens Day – June 14 – 37 pm At Cooper Field
Bring Your Lawn Chairs. Free Hotdogs for Everyone! FREE BOOK GIVE AWAY. Visit with DORA the EXPLORER / BARNEY / Mickey and Minnie Mouse. Enjoy the Petting Zoo, Tiger Moonwalk, Castle Moonwalk, Games, Face Painting, Free snow cones and chips, games. Entertainment by area youth, Youth Church Choirs, DJ Mellow Smooth.
Petersburg Advocates for Children has partnered with Family Impact, Inc., Petersburg City-Wide PTA, Petersburg Sheriffs Department, Petersburg Police Department, SAVY, Petersburg Public Library, Sanders for Womens Health Org, Coldwell Pediatric and Wellness Center, Petersburg Parks and Leisure Department, Petersburg Fire Department, Commonwealth Attorney-Cassandra Burns, Operation Diamond, Mothers Against Violent Crime and area churches to present this FREE event!
Call Treska Wilson-Smith @ 720-9520 or 722-0684 for more information.
BATTERSEA FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES…”LIFE ON THE LAWN”
Join us for the inaugural offering of Battersea Foundation’s Leisure and Learning Series.
Saturday, June 13th, 2009 – 2:00 – 7:30pm
2:00 – 3:30 The world premier staged reading of “40 Acres & a POW” presented by Battersea Foundation in partnership with Sycamore Rouge.
3:30 – 4:00 Discussion of staged reading 4:00 – 6:00 Live demonstration by Master Ice Sculptor, Robert Sparks 4:30 – 6:00 Live music by “Baby Huey’s Rhythm Section”
Eley’s Barbeque will serve barbeque, beans, slaw, and beverages ( a portion of which will be donated to Battersea) Children’s Activities – Tours of Historic Battersea – Ample Parking – Talk to Betsy Ross, Revolutionary Creator of the American Flag – View some of over 3,000 Battersea Artifacts Bring your lawn chairs and enjoy a fun filled family day!
$10 Suggested Donation at the gate to benefit Battersea tax deductible (food and beverages not included)
Location: Historic Battersea, 1289 Upper Appomattox St.
Contact Tempy Barbru, Executive Director (804)732-9882 or email BatterseaInc@gmail.com
Petersburg Chamber of Commerce Golf Invitational 2009
This event is coming up at the Dogwood Trace Golf Club – June 9th 2009 / 4 Man Captains Choice / 1:00 PM Shotgun Start. For tournament information cal 804-733-8131 or email email@example.com / http://www.petersburgvachamber.com/chamber_events1.htm .
Send entry form and payment to:
Petersburg Chamber of Commerce / P. O. Box 928 / Petersburg, Va 23805.
Special Family Event at Blandford Cemetery – Symbols and Sentiment – Saturday, June 13, 2009 at 10:00am
Meet us at the church reception center for a family friendly seek and find treasure hunt activity to discover the meaning behind the symbols and verse on old grave markers.
Participants will be provided with a map and written clues to follow to each destination. Questions about each featured marker are to be answered and prizes will be awarded for the most correct responses.
The Arch/Memorial Avenue section of the cemetery near Memorial Hill will be the focus of the treasure hunt. Wear your walking shoes, your sunscreen and join us for a fun stroll through a scenic and serene area of the cemetery.
Admission is free. For further information, contact Martha Atkinson at (804) 733-2396.
Local Writer Joins in Friday for the Arts! with a Book Signing – June 12, 2009 6 to 10 pm – Siege Museum, 15 W Bank St. in historic Old Towne Petersburg.
Writer James T. Fleming will be hosted at the Siege Museum with a brief presentation pertaining to his debut novel, Southern Dreams: Broken and Fulfilled. The presentation begins at 6:15 pm and will be followed by a book signing.
Fleming deftly mixes fact with fiction in this touching story about love, family, war, regret and reconciliation from 1858 1868, a time of great suffering in America. His characters are truly believable. Their struggles will touch your heart and give you a renewed appreciation for the men, women and children who lived through the War Between the States. Within the pages of his novel, Flemings characters portray a mixed-bag of human nature—theyre good, bad, spoiled, inspirational, and sometimes all of these things. At the climax of the story, you will be compelled toas Fleming himself didsee something within each character worthy of respect. He grew to understand each individual; to forgive them, love them, but most of all, to relate to them. Southern Dreams is an enjoyable book, filled with enough surprises to keep you turning the pages.
For additional information, contact Anne Thomas at: (804) 733-2402.
Thursday in Old Towne
These concerts continue until September. Admission is $10, doors open 6:30, Rain or Shine. Get the schedule and info at http://petersburgarea.org .
Dress to Impress
APRIL 3OCTOBER 23 – Presented by DPI – 9:30 PM-1:45 AM – Admission $10/person. This event is primarily a DJ Event with Old School Entertainment for those 30 and older to attend. All cash bar (NO BYOB).
OLD TOWNE CIVIC CENTER 733-8344 – www.otciviccenter.com.
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