By Frederick J. Gore / Special to The Republican
Updated Jan 07, 2019; Posted Apr 23, 2016

HOLYOKE – It was a night of relaxation and pampering for the 100 women who attended the Third Annual Girls Just Wanna Have Fun Pajama Party staged at the Delaney House Friday evening. Maureen Sullivan, founder of the event, noted that the party was a sold-out event.

Friday night activities included dinner, concerts, author readings, yoga, coloring, mediation, bedtime stories, shopping, mini-spas, psychic readings, coffee and teas. The four-hour party ended with a candlelight yoga class with Nicole Provenzano.

Vendors include: Avon, Bay Path University, Bella Med Spa, Estonia, Glossy Design, Heartfelt Gifts, It Works, Lularoe, Mary Kay, Moxy Boutique, NEPM, Nerium, Orange Scarf, Origami Owl, Perfectly Posh, Pure Romance, Rodan + Fields, Scrub Peddler, Wellness Shines, Bing, Endless Colors, Kangen Water, Jacki Jacobs Photography, Jafra Cosmetics, Joanne’s Jewels, Lately Liz Boutique, Lilla Rose, Marketplace Shops, Garden Moss Design, Simply Serendipity, Cheeky City, Mimi Rose, Zasta Style, Nicole Provenzano, and special sponsors The Shops at Marketplace and Renew.calm Day Spa.

Guests were encouraged to bring pajamas or slippers which will be donated to the Center for Human Development, based in Springfield, and The Grace House and Watershed, a residential center for recovery, which serves women and their children.