LAKE HAVASU CITY – Founder of Desert Boho Events Christina Loya knows how to bring in the fun when it comes to event planning. This weekend, the owner promises a gal’s night out, cowgirl style that is, at the Cowgirl Galentine’s event.  

Loya created Desert Boho Events three years ago. Her inspiration for the startup came from home decorating and wanting to explore her creative talents. Throughout that process, the entrepreneur unveiled another passion.  

The newfound zest was event planning and bringing people together. Since Loya’s company has a niche for bachelorette parties, baby showers, and weddings, she wanted to produce something memorable and exciting for the women of the community. 

The Cowgirl Galentines experience will be supporting local women owned businesses like Desert Hat Bar, Freedom Bakes, and Links by the Lake, will all be in attendance for the stylish occasion of entertainment. Twelve more vendors will be there as well to indulge those shopaholic instincts.  

With live music provided by local musicians Scott and Sabrina, the event will have cowgirl inspired mocktails, tasty  light bites, desserts, and photo booths for guests who want to treasure the spirited evening.  

Cowgirl Galentines will be on Saturday, February 10 at Yard City. The evening will kick off at 5 p.m. with shopping and mingling then at 6 p.m., it will be time to kick up those cowgirl boots while dancing the night away with instructed line dancing!  Break out your favorite cowgirl hat and those jeans that fit just right for laughs, clean fun, and great people.  

Loya’s mission for this event is to bring women and business owners together through beautifully engaging activities. Bring your cowgirl gal pals to this joyous night, and don’t forget to make some new gal pals too.  

Tickets can be purchased by visiting Eventbrite.

Phaedra Veronique