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Mamas &  Mimosas

Time: May 7, 2022 from 10am to 3pm
Location: Adam's House
Street: 241 Coram Avenue
City/Town: Shelton
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Event Type: shopping, +, wellness
Organized By: Nicole Heriot
Latest Activity: May 6, 2022

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Join Celebrate Shelton as we kick off our 2022 season with Mamas and Mimosas, a one day shopping and wellness experience celebrating all the women in our lives. This event takes place on Saturday, May 7 from 10am-3pm at Adam's House, 241 Coram Avenue in Shelton. 

Suggested Donation $10. Open to public. No advance tickets necessary. 

This one day event includes shopping from a selection of 25+ curated handmade artisans, live music, bar & specialty drink offerings, beauty services, wellness workshops and more. 

Complimentary Workshops Include:

Opening Guided Meditation w/ Kenyetta Hayes  10:15am

Intimacy & Wellness w/ Jennifer Melville 11:15am

Self-Care Workshop w/ The Wellness Group 12:15pm

Tips & Tricks on Home Buying w/ Carey & Guerrera 2:00pm

Closing Guided Meditation w/ Kenyetta Hayes 2:45 

Soul Collages w/ Art Therapist Caitlin Iannucci 11am and 1:15pm (Limited Space Available)

Live Music: 

Elle Sera 10:30am-12:30pm

Lee-Ann Lovelace & Michael Stark 1pm-3pm

Beauty Services (cash & carry): 

Chair Massage

Reiki Sessions 

Mini Manicures

& More to Come 

VIP Tickets Include: (Limited Tickets Available)

Cost: $40

Swag bag of beauty samples & coupons 

Complimentary mini manicure or hair service by Sona Bella (at event) 

2 complimentary drink tickets 

Exclusive entry at 9:30am

Complimentary jewelry cleaning 

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