Get the Girls Together and Join Us!
I hope you had a wonderful summer (and I hate to see it wane). Now we’re heading into fall, and that not only means cooler weather, back-to-school for the kids, and a lot of holiday planning on the horizon, but it also means the start of our fall women’s expos.
And this fall there are three! Now there is no excuse that there isn’t one near you. Put it on your calendar today and join us!
The women’s expo is like a mental oasis, where women of all ages go to escape the stresses of life for just a little while; to unwind and indulge in free massages, screenings, wine tastings (at specified locations), and demonstrations and entertainment; and to explore many of the businesses that offer products and services.
Meet representatives in a casual atmosphere, and talk about their products and services. You can never start your holiday shopping too early, and there will be plenty of gift-giving ideas at the expos, from jewelry, food products, and wines to clothing, toys, and beauty products.
Wouldn’t you just love to have a free spa treatment? There will be a chair waiting for you at the expo. Just stop by, sign up, and enjoy.
LuLaRoe is a trendy clothing line, and there will be a Pop-Up Shop at each expo, where you can “try before you buy.” It’s quick and easy, and you’ll love the many different prints.
Let’s take a little peek at each particular event.
WellSpan Good Samaritan Hospital, our Event Partner for the Lebanon County women’s expo, will be presenting two seminars on issues important to women. The hospital is an integral part of the community, providing high-tech and powerful medicine and reassuring care to the residents of Lebanon County and beyond.
Also at the Lebanon event, the Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre, a popular entertainment destination, will be performing musical numbers from an upcoming production; Vineyard at Hershey and Bouchette Vineyards will be offering wine samplings; Christopher & Banks will be taking the stage for a fashion show; and Kathy Snavely of Kathy’s Cuisine will be conducting a healthy-cooking demonstration.
At the Lancaster County women’s expo, you can watch a fashion show by Sheila Kauffman, owner of Sheila Frank, a women’s ready-to-wear brand of clothing handmade in Pennsylvania. Plus, Trop Gun Shop will present an awareness-focused and informational seminar so that women feel more comfortable around or owning a gun; Vineyard at Hershey will have wine sampling; Bailee’s Homebrew will give a wine-making demonstration and also offer wine tastings; and the Lancaster School of Cosmetology & Therapeutic Bodywork will be doing free mini manis.
Next month I’ll give you sneak peek at the Cumberland County women’s expo!
There is a lot going on at the expos. Visit www.aGreatWayToSpendMyDay.com for more information about any of the events. And if you go online now and register to attend, you’ll save $5 and get in for free! BW