DOWNTOWN GIRLS’ NIGHT OUT
Join us for a 1920s-themed event with rotating stops at several downtown locations and a night filled with drinks, food, historical tidbits and more!
Celebrating the Women’s Vote Centennial and 100 Years Since Prohibition
BREAK OUT THE FLAPPER DRESSES, GLOVES AND FEATHER BOAS!
Get dressed up in your best 1920s outfits, grab your girlfriends and come downtown for a fun evening just for the ladies. We’ll start in The Cleveland Room at desk chair, where you’ll check in, grab your first cocktail and get your Ballot Card. Your “ballot” will take you in groups to the following stops downtown where you’ll receive:
- The Cleveland Room: Mixed Beverage
- Cloz to Home: Champagne Toast & Shopping
- Starlight Dessert Bar: Drink Choice of French 75, Sidecar or Mary Pickford & Dessert Tastings
- Loveland Aleworks: Pint of Your Choice
- Mo’ Betta Gumbo: Drink & Snacks
Women’s Suffrage: The year 2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment, guaranteeing and protecting women’s constitutional right to vote.
Prohibition: Under the terms of the 18th Amendment, Prohibition began on January 17, 1920.
This is a private, ticketed event that requires registration. Ticket sales end Wednesday, January 15th. TICKETS WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR.
The Loveland Downtown District is a nonprofit umbrella organization comprised of three organizations supporting downtown: Loveland Downtown Partnership (LDP), Downtown Development Authority (DDA) and Downtown Business Alliance (DBA).
This event is organized and hosted by the Loveland Downtown District and sponsored by our annual Investor Partners: fnbo and xifnity