Monday, May 5, 2014

Party business in Shelton to mark 1st anniversary


SHELTON - A ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held at 4 p.m. Wednesday to celebrate the one-year anniversary of Here’s The Party!, 549 Howe Ave. 
The event is open to the public and refreshments will be served.  
Owner Kim MacDougall will be joined by family, friends, Shelton Board of Aldermen President John Anglace, and Greater Valley Chamber of Commerce President Bill Purcell. 


Here’s The Party! is the one-stop place to have your next themed party or special occasion.  You select a theme and they provide invitations to goody bags, set up, clean up and everything in between.
They do parties for children and adults, showers, and the rooms are also available for rent for those wanting to plan their own event.


“I started this business because I love to throw parties," MacDougall said. "I thought it would be a great idea to give moms and dads the chance to be at their child’s party and not have to do anything except take pictures," she said. "Let us do all the work for you.  I personally meet with every client to make sure their event is special.”


Their most popular event is a princess party with beautiful gowns for the girls to dress up in and all the details to make them feel like royalty.
They don’t leave out the boys though; construction or sports parties are big hits. 
If there’s a theme out there, they can do it for you here.  They have flexible hours to work around your schedule.


Contact Kim at 203-924-5559 or heres-the-party@att.net for more information, or visit www.heres-the-party.com.


This post is taken from a press release from the Greater Valley Chamber of Commerce.




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