The popular Camas Girl’s Night Out event is totally online this year, featuring a week of virtual fun with your friends, sisters, moms, and daughters. This year’s event is called “Camas Girls’ Night Out:A Virtual Remix” and is slated to start daily activities on Monday, September 21st with evening virtual “features” on Thursday, September 24th through Saturday, September 26th. The new format offers a meaningful way to share a memorable and fun time and to support worthy women’s causes.
This virtual event also brings women together to support Downtown Camas merchants and will see online shenanigans and activities, all in the name of charity, as it’s a fundraiser for breast and ovarian cancer support and awareness. The theme for this year’s virtual Girls’ Night Out is “Protect. Prevent. Prevail.” Survivor stories are being collected to be shared as part of the event.
Covid-19 has changed the way Downtown Camas does events and while the Camas Girls’ Night Out will look a lot different this year, it’s still an important way to raise awareness and funds for the Pink Lemonade Project and the Ovarian Cancer Alliance of Oregon and SW Washington.
The event organizer Downtown Camas Association will offer a cherry on top with a “50/50 raffle” with a winner (up to $500). The main goal of this event is to raise funds for these two important cancer-fighting organizations. Tickets are $5 each or five for $20. Donations are greatly appreciated too. You can buy raffle tickets or donate here.
Here’s what you can expect from the virtual Girls’ Night Out:
Fashion Show featuring survivor models
“Downtown Shenanigans with Shannon”
Daily activities posted on the Camas Girls’ Night Out Facebook page starting Monday 9/21 where you can win prizes announced during the 3 virtual evening events, Sept 24-26
Show us your Bra Art
Prizes for participation – Downtown Camas gift cards and swag giveaways
Inspirational survivor spotlights
All around virtual girly fun
Evening Virtual Features, September 24th through 26th:
Thursday, September 24th: Join in for a Survivor Fashion Show Facebook LIVE on the Arktana Facebook page. The Fashion Show will be live on Facebook starting at 7 p.m. and filmed from Juxtaposition, Downtown Camas’ new home furnishings business. Watch an inspirational video that will premiere at 5 p.m. on the Camas Girls’ Night Out Facebook page featuring local cancer survivors and see a cancer survivor win a Spa Package Giveaway. Watch online for more challenges and activities for chances to win throughout the week.
Breast and ovarian cancer survivors are encouraged to submit a profile to be featured in this year’s virtual event. Ladies who submit a profile will be entered to win a “Spa Basket” to refresh and renew. The form must be submitted by Monday, September 21st.
Friday, September 25th: Shannon Van Horn, the emcee veteran of many Girls’ Night Out events, will present a pre-recorded “GNO Shenanigans with Shannon – comedy, laughter, and adventures throughout the Downtown businesses” that will premiere at 5 p.m. on the Camas Girls’ Night Out Facebook page. And tune into the find out the winner of the “Show Us Your Bra” contest.
Saturday, September 26th: “Not to Be Missed” Celebration Facebook LIVE Event on the Camas Girls’ Night Out Facebook page at 6 p.m. You can watch along with your girls hosted by emcee Shannon Van Horn. It will feature:
A Scavenger Hunt during the day – with prizes for the winner
50/50 Raffle winner will be announced
Comedy, online games, giveaways, prize drawings
Order your favorite Girls’ Night Out drinks and food to go from downtown restaurants
Words of encouragement from the Pink Lemonade Project and the Ovarian Cancer Alliance of Oregon & SW Washington
Like and follow Girls’ Night Out on Facebook for the challenges and activities and join in to win Downtown Camas gift cards and fun swag. Proceeds will benefit the Pink Lemonade Project and the Ovarian Cancer Alliance of Oregon/Southwest Washington.
The event will be hosted by the Downtown Camas Association and downtown Camas merchants. For questions about this event, please contact Jan Carter at 903-816-1081 or [email protected]