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Mamas and Mimosas

Time: May 6, 2023 from 10am to 3pm
Location: Adam's House
Street: 241 Coram Avenue
City/Town: Shelton
Website or Map: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/…
Event Type: fundraiser
Organized By: Celebrate Shelton
Latest Activity: Apr 5, 2023

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Mamas and Mimosas is a one day shopping and wellness experience celebrating all the women in our lives. This event takes place on Saturday, May 6 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. 

Wellness Workshops include:

  • Opening & Closing Meditation w/Nicole McGee 
  • Intimacy for Mamas w/ Jennifer Melville 
  • Soul Collages w/ Caitlin Iannucci 
  • Butterflies & Blessings w/ Dee Tutka 
  • More to come! 

Live Music with Fernanda Franco and Lee-Ann Lovelace & Chrissy Gardner 

Services Include: (cash and carry) 

  • Tarot Card Readings by Sally Russo
  • Reiki Sessions with Nicole McGee
  • Chair Massage with Welcome Relaxation
  • Medium Psychic Readings by Anna
  • Brow and Lash Tinting with Ethereal Beauty

VIP PACKAGES INCLUDE: $50 

  • Swag bag of beauty samples & coupons sponsored by Sona Bella Salon & Spa 
  • 2 complimentary drink tickets 
  • VIP wine tasting with Love Lou Wines
  • Early access to register for all services 
  • Exclusive entry at 9:30am
  • Marks of Design coupon + cleaning cloth 

About Celebrate Shelton: 

Our mission is to provide high quality concerts, community gatherings, and seasonal experiences that improve arts engagement within the Shelton community and beyond. We seek to provide low-to-no cost events that strengthen the ties within our community, bring together families, and promote cultural enrichment.  celebrateshelton.com 

About Adams House: 

The mission of The Adam Wysota Foundation is to offer grief education and peer support in a home-like setting called Adam’s House. We have restored the perfect location in Shelton, CT. Adam’s House is a safe, healing place for families as they go through their 8-week grief journey. Here, children and their families will gather to draw support from their peers and gain new strategies for dealing with their loss. We support children struggling with any type of loss- parent, grandparent, sibling, aunt/uncle or friend. All programs are offered at NO-COST to participating families. Ultimately, our goal is to empower our program participants to cope with their loss so they may live their lives to the fullest.  adamshousect.org

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