1 LADIES NIGHT OUT — Fridays are for the girls. From 4-8 p.m. tomorrow, 44 Ottawa businesses will participate in the Ottawa Area Chamber of Commerce’s 13th annual Ladies’ Night out. Women are invited to pick up a free tote bag (while supplies last) and their scavenger hunt map any time after 4 p.m. at Ottawa Memorial Auditorium, 301 S. Hickory St., Ottawa. Ladies will travel from business to business, enjoying refreshments and signing up for door prizes while browsing the stores. Participants will be looking for a large diamond ring in each business. Once they locate it, they let the store owner know, who will then sign their scavenger map. Participating businesses include: Salon 101, My Lingerie Boutique, The Goat Milk Soap Store and more. Once women have visited, they return to the OMA and put their name into a drawing for Chamber Currency.

2 FLEETWOOD MAC TRIBUTE BAND — Following Ladies’ Night Out, Ottawa Memorial Auditorium is bringing Landslide, a Fleetwood Mac tribute band, to town. All are welcome, but women who participate in Ladies Night Out are subject to discounted tickets at $7. Regular ticket price is $10. Concert tickets can be purchased in advance either at the OMA or online at www.ottawamemorialauditorium.com, or at the door the day of.

3 RING OF HONOR — The Central Heights school district will recognize its first round of inductees into the Ring of Honor 6:30 p.m. Friday prior to the home football game, 3521 Ellis Road, Richmond. The “prestigious honor” will be given every two years to pay homage to those who have proven their “success, involvement and service to the district as employees, students or district patrons,” according to a news release. This year’s inductees are: Hobart L. Betz, Victor L. Montague, George Snow, Raymond B. Wagner, Gene Vining, Ardyce A. Wilson, Bob Redeker, Bob Erisman and Leo (Bud) Laird, Jr.