Sheila Perry, owner of Hopkinsville’s Purple Door Boutique, recently hosted the 2nd Annual Lady’s Day Out at the James E. Bruce Convention Center. Sixty-seven vendors offered a wide selection of everything a lady might like to purchase, from skin care products to boutique clothing. The event, which lasted from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., featured live music by Adam Warner and a fashion show with items from about ten local shops and boutiques. “This is a neat kickoff for holiday shopping,” Perry said. “There is no entrance fee. Guests were asked to bring a donation for Micah’s Mission. They were asked to bring an item or two, but some are bringing bags full of hygiene items and canned goods. This community really knows how to support a good cause.” Max’s Hope was on site for the second year as well, helping folks wanting to adopt cats and dogs. Perry also gave thanks to members of the Distinguished Young Women of Christian County, who were assisting Perry and her team and helping make Lady’s Day Out a huge success.