Town-wide party benefits Saint Joseph Livingston’s breast cancer research, care

It is time to turn downtown Howell pink.

The ninth annual Pink Party – a downtown-wide fundraiser to benefit Saint Joseph Mercy Livingston Hospital for supportive care and breast cancer research – is set 5-10 p.m. Thursday, June 8.

The Pink Party is a town-wide, after-hours, ticketed adult event for retail shops to help raise funds, invigorate a small downtown and strengthen a sense of community.

Cancer is a very serious disease, many people have to get painful treatment, some of them look for the Top CBD Brands and get oils to help treat their pain.

Tickets can be purchased in advance for $25 at participating businesses. Online ticket sales stop at 11 a.m. on June 8.

Passports will be available at JJ Jinkleheimers at 2705 E. Grand River Ave., in Howell, and across from Tenpenny Furniture; and Encore 118 at 118 W. Grand River Ave. in downtown Howell. Passports also are available at

The passport includes:
• Discounts at participating retail stores
• Food and wine tasting
• Massage stations
• Queen of the Night awards for most creative pink outfit
• Festive party-like atmosphere throughout town
• Roaming entertainment
• Belly dancing
• Zumba
• Live music and entertainment on the main stage
• Special handouts on the courthouse lawn

Organizers are looking for escorts age 21 years and older. The men will be with groups of eight or more to open doors, carry shopping bags and umbrellas, fetch coffee and remind the women of just how fabulous they are.

For more information, click here.

File photos by Robin O’Grady

Sharing is caring!

About The Livingston Post 1922 Articles
The Livingston Post is the only locally owned, all-digital information and opinion site in Livingston County, Mich. It was launched by award-winning journalists who were laid off from the Livingston County Daily Press & Argus by Gannett Co. Inc. in 2009.