Monday, September 8, 2008

A Special Friday Night -9/12

This Friday evening will be a special event at the Little Red Day Spa. Special because we will be hosting a Little Red Studio show *and* opening up the spa the same way we do during the Men's, Ladies' and Couple's Spa Nights. This night will not be a "drop in" evening, however. Reservations are required and you can RSVP with Kerry at the main office by calling (206) 963-0772. Kim will be catering the evening's nibbles, so when you are eating dinner, make sure to leave room for his delightful snacks and desserts.

Date: Friday, September 12th
Time: 9pm
Location: Hengst Studio
1506 Franklin Ave. E.
Call (206) 963-0772 for more details.

Here is an excerpt from the email Jeff sent out to the Little Red Studio email newsletter list. If you haven't gotten on this email list, please do so, as there are often events that are invitation only, such as this one on the 12th.

What we want to do, is re-create a Little Red Studio back at our old location under the freeway in Eastlake. For those of you who have come to LRS back in the day when it was at our old location, you will be delighted to know that it will have many of the old familiar dynamics and characters in play, including Danni running the famed "little red game" later in the evening. Eileen will also be doing a rant and leading the poetry posse. We will even be doing a version of "Silk" a performance piece that was a staple of LRS way back in the very early days.

A couple of things will be different and we think better than before. First of all, Kim (our chef) will be on hand with two dedicated helpers presenting heavy hors d'ouevres throughout the night. We will also have Sophie, our spa director, on hand to facilitate the much developed spa facility later in the evening. With a little luck, we may also have our band, Red Delicious to play throughout the night. All of these things will add a professional touch along with the familiar creative spontaneity you would expect from LRS. And of course, the added intimacy that the old studio affords.

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