Woodhouse Day Spa Benefit for The Sunshine Kids
The sixth annual Girls Night Out Open House in support of the Naples branch of The Sunshine Kids will be held from 5 to 7 p.m., October 25, at the Woodhouse Day Spa, in Naples. Guests will enjoy mini-spa services including chair massage, hand and arm treatments in the nail room, skin care demonstrations and more.
Complimentary wine, cheese and hors d’oeuvres will be provided, as well as a raffle for spa services and discounts on retail and spa bookings. All money raised will go to the organization, which provides positive programs, activities and emotional support free of charge for young cancer patients.
Cost: $20 donation to The Sunshine Kids. Location: Naples Plaza, across from Coastland Center Mall, 2059 9th St. N. For more information or to RSVP (required), call 239-403-7727. For information on Sunshine Kids, call 239-919-8867 or visit SunshineKids.org.
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