Sunday, August 31, 2014
YOLO COUNTY NEWS
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Downtown Sidewalk Sale

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From page A6 | July 13, 2012 |

The Downtown Davis July Summer Sidewalk Sale will be held Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 13-15. Well into its third decade of providing sizzling deals on fabulous merchandise, the Sidewalk Sale brings folks from near and far to find their favorite treasures in Downtown Davis. The shopper prize program will return again this year, and the TOP Downtown RETAIL spender (restaurants & service businesses excluded) with receipts dated July 13, 14 or 15, wins a $50 Downtown Davis Gift Card. Stop by the sidewalk sale and stay for ArtAbout. There is a brand new venue for the month, CommuniCare Health Centers – Davis Community Clinic–be sure to drop by and see their show! Also – enjoy live music, DJ, and/or special event at Armadillo Music, Davis Art Center, Davis Odd Fellows Lodge, Delta of Venus, E Street Plaza, French Cuff Consignment, Open Door Art Studios, Pence Gallery, Ray Johnston Photography Studio, and
Yolo SPCA Thrift Store.

Get jazzed up for Friday the 13th! The Summer Concert Series during the DDBA
2nd Friday ArtAbout is kicking off in July with Crazy Eights, so be sure to top by E Street Plaza from 6-8 p.m.

Participating Downtown Stores / www.davisdowntown.com
First Street

Bath & Body Works
500 First St.
Pinkberry
500 First St.
Second Street
Soccer & Lifestyle
517 2nd St.
Avid Reader Active
605 2nd St.
Fleet Feet
615 2nd St.
Avid Reader
617 2nd St.
Outdoor Davis
623 2nd St.
UC Davis Bookstore Downtown
630 2nd St.
Sleep Center
706 2nd St.
Generations Family Footwear
710 2nd St.
Mother & Baby Source
714 2nd St.
Sole Desire
803 2nd St.
Third Street
Newsbeat
514 3rd St.
B&L Too
603 3rd St.
B&L Bike Shop
610 3rd St.
Yolo County SPCA
Thrift Store
920 3rd St.
Fourth Street
Farmers Kitchen/ Natural Food Works
624 4th St.
D Street
Pence Gallery
212 D St.
Creme de la Creme
222 D St., #6B
E Street
Haute Again
129 E St.
A Better Place to Bead
132 E St.
Preeti Girl
200 E St.
Riki
202 E St.
Davis Sport Shop
204 E St.
The Wardrobe
206 E St.
Luci’s Salon
212 E St.
Lily’s
218 E St.
Teach Your Children
232 E St.
Pinkadot
238 E St.
F Street
Armadillo Music
205 F St.
nestware
207 F St.
The Paint Chip
217 F St.
G Street
French Cuff Consignment
130 G St.
The Illusion
203 G St.
Davis Ace Hardware
240 G St.
Roots Fair Trade
231 G St. #8

 

PRIZE PROGRAM:
Shop ’til you drop…come out on top…and win $50 Downtown Davis Gift Card.
See www.davisdowntown.com for details.

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