Karan DiMartino, Marketing Manger for the WIC Nutrition Program
Are you a mom in need of a night out? Got any plans for on Thursday, May 10th from 5pm-8pm? Then please join the Massachusetts WIC Nutrition Program to celebrate National Mom’s Nite Out with Simon Malls. This FREE event will highlight all local businesses and services that moms are looking for – from fashion and beauty trends, time savers, nutrition information, to child care and after school activities….and much more!
Simon Malls will feature a mom lounge, a mom salon, coupon distribution, fashion, wine & cheese, beauty and pampering, restaurants samplings, and more.*
WIC will be on hand at the following Simon Malls on May 10th from 5pm – 8pm:
- Cape Cod Mall in Hyannis
- Emerald Square Mall in North Attleboro
- Northshore Mall in Peabody
- Solomon Pond Mall in Marlborough
- South Shore Plaza in Braintree
- Rockingham Park Mall in Salem, NH
Please stop by the WIC booth for nutrition tips and information on how to apply for WIC.
Have questions about Mom’s Nite Out? Did you attend last year’s event? We want to hear from you! Just click on the ‘comment’ link below.
* Specific attractions may vary by mall
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