Listen to this article



December 7th, 2023


5PM - 9PM


All Ages


114 E 3rd Ave, Ellensburg, WA 98926

Holiday Girls Night Out

December 7th, 2023

The Ellensburg Downtown Association is hosting their annual Holiday Girls Night Out Downtown event on Thursday, December 7th from 5-9 pm. Grab your friends, family, and co-workers and hit the downtown! Dine, sip and shop while you support our local retailers. Fabulous finds and deals await!

  • Begin at the Ellensburg Downtown Association’s office at 109 East 3rd Avenue, Suite 1 and pick up your Shopping Bingo card and list of participating businesses. Shop, play, win!
  • Stop by each participating location for a one-of-a-kind shopping experience including refreshments, raffles, added inventory, live entertainment, at home business consultants, shopping discounts, and more!
  • Get in the holiday spirit as you sip, dine and enjoy the downtown holiday décor.
  • Be entered to win one of two HUGE gift baskets for every $20 spent at each location.
  • Gift baskets are filled with merchandise and gift certificates from participating stores.
  • Participating businesses can register for the event HERE:
Special thanks to our sponsors:
Century 21- Centerpoint, KVH, Toy Stable, The Nest Design Studio,
Hotel Windrow, and Gard Vintners
Questions? Email The Ellensburg Downtown Association at [email protected] or call (509) 962-6246.
This event is brought to you by The Ellensburg Downtown Association!

More to Explore at the Museum

Lecture: “Big Apples, Big Business: How Washington Became the Apple State”

September 26, 2024

Amanda Van Lanen, author and professor, will present “Big Apples, Big Business: How Washington Became the Apple State” on Thursday, September 26th at 6pm.

Neon Signs

Permanent Exhibit

Bright, bold, and beautiful! These dazzling signs from Ellensburg and Kittitas County’s past have been restored, allowing the neon lights to once again delight locals and visitors alike

Lecture: “What is a Chief? How Native Values Can Teach Resilience”

October 1, 2024

John Halliday, an elder and legally blind Native American artist of Muckleshoot, Duwamish, Yakama, and Warm Springs descent, will present “What Is a Chief? How Native Values Can Teach Resilience” on Tuesday, October 1st at 6pm.