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JULIETS: Just Us Ladies Into Eating Together and Shopping

Have fun while earning money for your charity.

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We know you and your besties enjoy a fun girls day out, so we've come up with a way to make it even better. When your group of 6-15 registers with us at least one week in advance, you'll get the "Traveler treatment" during your visit and earn money for a qualified charity of your choice.

Donation of 10% of your group’s purchases that day to a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization that you designate. Your group must spend a combined minimum of at least $200.00 to qualify for the charitable donation. Please note, purchases made in the Cafe do not qualify for donations and won't be included in the total purchase amount.

Welcome Goody Bag for each member of your group, including a shopping coupon good the day of your visit.

Lunch Special: order any entree or salad and it will include your choice of either a dessert, beverage, or glass of wine.

A Customized Shopping Experience. Your Choice of:

  • Fashions - See the latest arrivals or get scarf tying tips from a Fashionista in our Clothing Galleries.
  • Gourmet - Taste test a couple of our wines and the hottest gourmet dips in our Gourmet rooms.

New Experiences:

  • Floral Settings - Learn how to create a seasonal floral arrangement.
  • Linen - Get tips for updating your décor with lighting fixtures, wall art, and seasonal linens.
  • Bath - Learn how to use oils, bath bombs, and lotions to create a relaxing home spa.
  • Fair Trade - Get educated on what Fair Trade is and how it makes the world a better place.

JULIETS days can be scheduled for Mondays through Fridays. Only one group will be scheduled per day. Request your date by calling the store and asking for the Events line or e-mailing juliets@littletraveler.com. If for any reason your group falls below a total of 6 people, your visit will need to be rescheduled for a date when you will have a minimum of 6 participants.

Terry Emma & Dawn Vogelsberg headed Geneva JULIETS in its first incarnation, and we’re thankful to them for passing on the name. We’re excited to put our own spin on it.

Our first ever JULIETS group!

Our first ever JULIETS group!

 

A special letter from another of our JULIETS groups:

"Little Traveler has been a very special place for our close knit family for many years.  We have such wonderful memories of all 5 sisters spending loving and fun days with Mom, shopping till we dropped ... or filled the car trunk with pink bags ... and always having our traditional lunch of a sandwich plate and a piece of pecan pie.  We lost Mom 10 years ago and one sister 3 years ago, but whenever we are together in Chicagoland we always get together for a memorable day at Little Traveler.

We are all getting together, including sisters from Florida and Virginia, for a family reunion and have planned our Little Traveler day for Friday, June 17 with 3 generations ... 4 sisters and the daughter and granddaughter of the sister who passed away.  We would be very happy to be chosen as that day's Juliets as we honor our Mom and Sister's memories."

~Jan K

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What an absolutely wonderful and very memorable visit we all had as the Juliets for the day at The Little Traveler.  You and the entire staff made it so special, even better than we had hoped, a perfect tribute to our Mom and sister Jeanne.  We also want to include a special thank you to Nick in the Atrium Cafe for the usual great service for the last 27 years! He has always been our favorite.
With our gratitude and best wishes, Jan K

Our "Juliets" group would like to thank you for all you did to plan such an enjoyable day. Everyone had a wonderful time and appreciate your planning and all that the day included from goody bags to coupons. It is a great opportunity to enjoy The Little Traveler in a way we will never forget.
Thank You,
Kathy K

Little Traveler

A Letter from a Friend

Dear Little Traveler, I’m writing to tell you how much I needed a visit to your store. I was staying at the Pheasant Run resort as a participant in The Little Berks conference on Women’s History. I love tea, so when I saw that you had a teashop,...

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