Tecumseh merchants roll out the welcome mat for Women’s Weekend From the City of Tecumseh’s Economic Development Department

Attention Ladies! Text your girlfriends and head to Tecumseh on April 18 and 19 to experience Women’s Weekend.  Merchants have planned a variety of activities, especially with you in mind.  Take in a floral demonstration or a fashion show luncheon.  Enjoy great savings on jewelry or sign up to knit a special project.  Live entertainment, gifts with purchase, refreshments, women’s health presentations and much more will be offered both days.

Pick up a complete listing of activities at one of the following participating businesses:  Ivy Gallery, Bad Hair Day, The British Tea Garden, The Wild Iris, Edison Chiropractic, Grey Fox Floral, Hacker Jewelers, Keila’s Creative Collections, The Yarn Basket, Tilton and Sons Shoes, The Tecumseh District Library, The Daily Grind and Tecumseh Chiropractic Center.  

Make sure you grab your beret as you head out for the Art Walk on Friday, April 18 from 7 to 9 p.m.   Thirteen businesses have teamed up with the Lenawee Center for Visual Arts (LCVA) and will host artists and their works for the evening.  Spend the evening perusing original art and chatting with the artists.  Take a moment to soak up some live entertainment.   Enjoy complimentary refreshments at all thirteen locations.  Pick up your Art Walk map at:  The Yarn Basket, Evans Street Station, The Boulevard Market, The British Tea Garden, Tilton and Sons Shoes, That Used Bookstore, The Wild Iris, The Ivy Gallery, Great Ideas, DGII, Pentamere Winery, Timeless Stitches and Susan Whitney Studios.

Please contact Shelley Lim at 517-424-6003 or by email at slim@tecumseh.mi.us for further information.

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