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The First Friday in November offers an evening of great sales, perfect for the upcoming gift-giving season. Stores will be open late. See what’s happening with the shopping scene in downtown.

Vintage Vixen Malena, often found at Malena’s Vintage Boutique (145 W Gay St; 610-738-9952), talks about how to identify real exotic skins versus fake machine stamped skins on her new video. Of course, you can always see the real thing at her shop.

It’s The More You Buy, The More You Save SALE at Kaplans Fine Jewelry (111 W Market St, 610-431-4640) where you can save 25% – 35% depending on how much you buy. Some restrictions apply. Through October 31.

Sunset Hill Jewelers & Fine Arts Gallery (23 N High St, 610-692-0374) is hosting William Basciani’s solo exhibit Dare to Dream through October.

Also Happening:

Discover the museum, the exhibits, the library, and the kids’ activities when the Chester County Historical Society (225 N High St, 610-692-4800) is open FREE to the public on the First Friday of each month, 10am-5pm.

Three artists are featured at Serpentine Gallery (138 E Gay St): Cheryl Carter-Price “Finding Places” photography; Rhoda Kahler ceramic creations; and Kristin Breiseth paintings & gelatin plate monotypes. Through October 29th.

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Downtown Events: Coming Soon

Below are two events that are happening this weekend in West Chester… Check them out!

Meet The Artists Reception at Serpentine:

Date(s): 09/09/2011
Times: Times: 6:00 PM

Serpentine Gallery (138 E Gay St, 610-344-3992) invites you to meet artists Kim Z, Diane Cirafesi, and Michael Franklin and view a display of their art from 6 – 9 pm. Refreshments.

Festival of Gardens:

Date(s): 09/10/2011 thru 09/10/2011
Times: Times: All day

The Annual Festival of Gardens Tour will be held on Saturday, September 10, 2011 from 10:00 AM until 3:00 PM. Go to Barclay Friends’ Festival of Gardens to learn more.


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