As moms, we’re all busy. Our jobs, our families, and our normal social commitments quickly consume our calendars. It feels hard, if not impossible, to carve out time for a Girl’s Night Out – but we really should make it a priority. Study after study has documented the extreme benefits that time with other women can provide. Time out with your gal pals is proven to lower stress, increase your confidence, and provide a surge of optimism.
Fellow mamas, I’ve found the perfect Girl’s Night Out for you. Wine & Dine at Dolan Lexus involves wine, delectable bites from eight different well-known Reno chefs, mezcal (sort of like tequila, but different), and coffee. There will be raffle baskets and auction items and if you buy your tickets in advance, your Girl’s Night Out will cost a whopping $25. Seriously.
My favorite part? NO KIDS. No trips to the bathroom, diffusing toddler tantrums, or cutting food into tiny bites…this night will be yours to eat, drink, and be totally merry.
If that’s not enough to sway you, all proceeds go to Urban Roots: a local non-profit focused on growing healthy bodies, minds, and communities through garden-education. Incredible right? Your Girl’s Night Out will even support a great cause.
So, come on mamas. You owe it to your physical and emotional health. Add it to your baby daddy’s calendar or find a sitter and grab your gal pals for an inexpensive night out all while supporting a great cause!
On Wednesday, November 9 edible Reno-Tahoe and Dolan Lexus are partnering to bring you a classy, fun and philanthropic event – Wine & Dine.
Plus, additional beverages will be provided by Hub Coffee Roasters and Artisanal Mezcals.
A Reno transplant, Fayth moved from a no-stoplight town in rural Utah in 2006. She’s happily married to an IT genius and has three children ages 12, 8, and 4. Fayth is the Executive Director for a Reno-based non-profit focused on garden education called Urban Roots and proudly serves on the boards of the Nevada Women’s Fund and the Sierra Chapter of the Association for Fundraising Professionals. When she’s not working or volunteering, carpooling three kids to three different schools, or doing endless amounts of laundry, Fayth loves hiking, watching horror flicks, drinking Mommy juice, and singing while cooking (much to the chagrin of her tween). Fayth embraced life in the biggest little city and, despite the multiple stoplights on her daily commute to work, loves living in Reno.