October 20, 2014
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Everybody Loves a Makeover - Bailey's New Expansion Opening Fri.

An expansion can go either way. An expanding economy? Two thumbs up. But an expanding waistline rather sucks. Put Bailey's Fine Jewelry Cameron Village store expansion in the first category.

Bailey's Fine Jewelry is ready to unveil the results of the construction work and renovations that have taken place at the Cameron Village store location over the past several months. The newly renovated store will celebrate its fresh look and expanded space beginning Friday, October 24.

At almost 11,000 square feet, Bailey's Cameron Village location is now officially the largest jewelry store in North Carolina. The additional space will give patrons an opportunity to experience a new bridal gallery and design center, expanded antique and estate jewelry boutique, new watch display and the only Tacori jewelry boutique in the state.

Let's Celebrate: To kick off the grand re-opening festivities, there will be an official ribbon cutting ceremony Oct. 24 at 10am. Following the ceremony, the celebrations will continue through Saturday, Oct. 25. So come out and view the new space, shop and socialize with drinks, appetizers and a chance to win prizes. In addition, Bailey's will host its largest diamond show in store history from Oct. 24 through Nov. 1.

The renovation allows them to show all of their expanded collections as well as introduce some new designers.

And we're not just talking about new jewelry designers. Take a look at the expanded giftware department. New to Bailey's is the MacKenzie-Childs collection. From plates to planters, teapots to tureens, MacKenzie-Childs designs are alive with individuality.

In giftware there's something for everyone no matter the occasion: baby gifts, house-warming gifts, hostess gifts, wedding gifts, attendants' gifts, graduation gifts or a new piece for your own personal entertaining collection.

With years of experience in the table top and giftware industries, Bailey's staff has assisted generations of brides in choosing their china, crystal and flatware. Bailey's Bridal and Gift Gallery offers nothing but top quality products and service.

Bailey's Fine Jewelry - 415 Daniels St, Raleigh, 27605. 919-829-7337.
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 10am - 6pm, Sat. 10am - 5:30pm. Website.

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How To's for Halloween Decorating

Start the spooking from the outside in. These creepy decorations seen outside will let visitors know there's mischief brewing inside!

How To Pumpkin Decorating
Run down to a craft store and pick up dress up stuff! Go to the costume section and buy hats, glasses or other fun accessories. It's the easiest way to give your trick or treaters a chuckle!

How To Table Decorating
Pumpkin Table Lanterns: are easily put together with metal floral U pins which hold the hurricane globes securely.

Pumpkin Ice Bucket: Cut the top one-third of a large pumpkin off and scoop out all of the seeds thoroughly. Attach spider legs which you can make out of crepe paper and black tape. Presto! You have an ice bucket!

How to with Great White Pumpkin Decorating
They used to be rare but white pumpkins are much easier to find today. Get a few and make them a focal point in your Halloween decorating! Cut out leaves from colored tissue papers and place on the pumpkin. Brush on a coat of Mod Podge. Or use water diluted Elmers Glue. Dip a craft paint brush in black paint and write you message one letter per pumpkin. Create plaid pumpkins by using Japanese Wasabi masking tape which is available online or at craft stores. Plan out the design as you lay out the tapes to keep them as equidistant as you can to create the plaid effect.


Out & About
Take a look at these clever decorating ideas we found in the Five Points neighborhood. Send us photos if you'd like us to post them.

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C.T. Weekends chic, sleek, and instantly slimming, Lisette | LŪ pants are available in an array of on-trend colors and styles in her signature smooth, wrinkle-free fabrics. With genius construction that tames trouble spots and no bulky buttons, pockets or zippers to cramp your style, Lisette | LŪ is the new wardrobe essential for a flawless look and ultimate comfort! Love how you feel! Try them on at C.T. Weekends.

NOFO has some In-Store News - Long-awaited Madame Alexander dolls have arrived! They have Huggums & the new baby brother and baby sister dolls. Mamasita's new dessert chips have also arrived. Once you've tasted them, you won't be able to resist them! Also in are the new 2014 Automoblox vehicles as well as Zuny faux leather animals. Just in time for the cool weather,  the wonderful Cacao's Artisan Chocolates from Charleston, SC are on their way! Nofo will keep you posted  of all the new products and share them with you. Website.

Medlin Davis   Medlin-Davis October Specials - October is here, which means the start of 30% off slacks at Medlin-Davis. All slacks cleaned on Thursday during October will receive a 30% discount. Bring them in and ask for Thursday cleaning. Website.

Homes For Sale -Olde Raleigh Real Estate 

 4123 Gardenlake Dr Executive Rental $4000/mo.
4222 SF /3bdrs / 3.5bath / Fin Basement
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1.99% Home Equity Line of Credit -Use for Home Improvements, Debt Consolidation, College Tuition and more. Call Stephen J. Waters, III, Personal Banker. 2101 Clark Avenue, Cameron Village Raleigh, NC 27605.     

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Garner Rotary Club's Anniversary fundraiser, Oysters & More is Thurs, Oct. 23 at the Fidelity Business Park 5-8 p.m. The Rotary Club uses the fundraiser's proceeds to fund scholarships for seniors at local high schools. Fidelity Business Park is located on New Fidelity Court.
An all-you-can-eat dinner catered by 42nd Street Oyster Bar of Raleigh. The menu consists of oysters, seafood bisque and clam chowder, catfish fingers, chicken fingers, popcorn shrimp, pulled pork BBQ, coleslaw, potato salad, French fries, rolls, hush puppies, banana pudding and tea.  A cash bar is also provided. Also live entertainment by the Band of Oz.
Tickets $30 in advance, $35 at the door. Garner Chamber of Commerce, 401 Circle Drive. Rain date is October 27. For more information, visit website.


Joel Lane Museum House presents a lecture on "Understanding Southern Silver" by Gary Albert of MESDA Thurs., Nov. 6 at 7pm. 160 South Saint Mary's St, Raleigh. (at the corner of Hargett St.) Admission: $15, Members $10. Advanced purchase is required, and seating is limited. Contact (919) 833-3431, Email. Website


Shop Talk - Free Ladies' Car Care Clinic at Atlantic Tire & Service Wednesday, Nov. 19 from 6-8 pm at 8681 Marvino Lane (near CarMax). This special event, taught by Atlantic Tire's ASE and TIA Certified mechanics, will provide guests with hands-on demonstrations and professional tips on vehicle maintenance and safety.
A fun, interactive evening filled with complimentary food, wine and other drinks, giveaways, a chance to win gift cards from Kohls, Target and The Angus Barn, plus hands-on instruction including the following: How to make your car last longer, How and when to check fluids, The proper way to jump-start your battery, How to check air pressure and tread on your tires, How to change a tire.
If planning to attend contact Atlantic Tire by calling (919) 319-1614 and for Melanie or contact them on Facebook.  


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