Ladies Night Events

Elmhurst

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Customer Reviews

48 Ratings

fun environment with great vendors. was a bit crowded and the dinner was not really worth the price.
Chante G. · February 11, 2017
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We apologize if you did not have a memorable experience at our Ladies Night Event. The Groupon deal included admission, dinner, swag bag and a massage for the $6...so it was not limited to $6 for dinner only. We feel that we do the best we can at each and every event and we are sorry for any negative experience. Dinner consisted of a BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich, Potato Salad and Coleslaw. Swag Bags were valued at $ 5 ea. and the massage was also included in your fee. We feel that $6 is a reasonable price for all. We will continue to make the Groupon Experience the best that we possibly can.
Merchant replied · February 21, 2017
Wonderful night for me, my sister and nieces.
Dannielle T. · February 11, 2017
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Thank you so much! We are thrilled that you enjoyed your experience at our Ladies Night Event. Hope you will join us again in the future!
Merchant replied · February 21, 2017
The atmosphere was nice, but they need to up their game with the vendors
Patricia R. · February 11, 2017
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Can you please elaborate on "Up our game with the vendors"? All feedback is taken very seriously and we will try to improve our shopping experience as best we can if there is a problem. Thank you for your comments.
Merchant replied · February 21, 2017

What You'll Get


Choose from Three Options

  • $6 for one admission ($10 value)
  • $10 for two admissions ($20 value)
  • $19 for four admissions ($40 value)

Each person receives:

  • One drink ticket
  • Swag bag

The Thanksgiving Market takes place on Monday, November 23, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Shop wares from more than 35 vendors, buy raffle tickets to enter to win prizes, and get dreams interpreted. A dinner buffet is also available for purchase.

REM Sleep: Where Dreams Are Made

How much sleep you get is important, but so is what kind of sleep you’re getting. Read on to learn about what makes us dream—and why it may be happening.

Literature is filled with fanciful explanations for dreams. In European folklore, the Sandman sprinkles sand into the eyes of sleeping children, and Shakespeare invented Queen Mab as the muse for Romeo’s lovesick dreams. For all we’ve written about dreams, however, we know surprisingly little about how or why they happen. Scientists have yet to uncover what, if any, cognitive purpose dreaming serves—but they do know when it occurs: during a specific stage of sleep called rapid eye movement, or REM.

During REM sleep, an area of the brain called the pons sends neural signals that stimulate the cerebral cortex, initiating a massive amount of brainwave activity, particularly in the areas responsible for memory, learning, and processing information. For this reason, some believe that dreaming could be anything from the brain processing the day’s information to an attempt to make sense of the random stimuli it receives in this subconscious state. The latter explanation has garnered some support in other studies, which suggest that deprivation of REM sleep can be more detrimental to learning than the deprivation of other sleep stages.

For all the mysteries of dreams, it’s at least easy to tell when the brain is in REM sleep. As the name suggests, REM causes the slumbering eyes to move rapidly in random directions, and there are other physical cues as well—specifically, the lack of any physical movement. While the pons signals the cerebral cortex to fire on all cylinders during REM sleep, it also causes the muscles to enter a temporary state of paralysis—a stillness that may seem at odds with the accelerated breathing and heart rate. This paralysis, however, serves a crucial purpose, preventing people dreaming about boxing, for example, from accidentally massaging their pillows’ shoulders mid-sleep.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires Nov 23, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Must provide 21+ ID to receive alcoholic beverages. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Ladies Night Events


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