Chow Bella

Free Candy, Live Music and YoYo Demos at Smeeks Day!

It's no secret that Chow Bella's sweet on Smeeks -- we're still scraping the caramel off our teeth after last week's Caramelpalooza. And tomorrow we're grabbing the kids and heading over to our favorite candy store for Smeeks Day.

Billed as a special day for kids (akin to a strip club offering a special day for men!) the event will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., featuring free art activities, raffle prizes, candy giveaways and more.

See you there!

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