Favorite Flannel First Friday Bingo in Downtown Hamilton
Downtown Hamilton First Friday Bingo! There is no fee to play! Stroll downtown Hamilton, stores open until 7:00 pm, fun activities, family friendly, win, save money, and support community-oriented small businesses.
November’s First Friday theme is “Favorite Flannel” – This month’s Bingo grand prize host business is Stix and Stones Axe Throwing. Bingo winner receives Stix and Stones $100 gift card, new with personal engraving, t-shirt, Pine & Sage Favorite Flannel candle donated by Burlap Chic Boutique. Winners drawn 7:15 pm at Stix and Stones!
Play Bingo at participating downtown businesses from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Start at any business playing Bingo, make it to as many shops/stores you can until you have a B-I-N-G-O!
Burlap Chic Boutique ~ Wear your favorite flannel & receive 10% off one item, 10% off all flannel in the store, 10% off Pine & Sage Favorite Flannel candle or wax melts.
Copper Forest Designs will be our guest vendor, Edie will be showcasing her handmade Bitterroot Valley landscape shadow boxes, wood magnets, debuting her new sun catchers!
Each business will have their own spin on First Friday that could include specials, collaborations with other vendors, discounts, food or drink.
**See HDA for a list of participating downtown businesses or check with your favorite store’s business page for their FF activities.
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