Lancaster County - Fall
Oct. 13, 2018 • 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Spooky Nook Sports
2913 Spooky Nook Road, Manheim

Demos & Entertainment

A variety of events will be ongoing throughout the day in the designated area, as well as presentations by exhibitors at their company booths.

Throughout the Day

Wine Tasting

Nissley Vineyards
Wine sampling
Booth #174
Thorn Hill Vineyards
Wine sampling
Booth #161

Main Stage

9:30 a.m.
Strength & Conditioning is the “Fountain of Youth”

Presented by Sally Winchell, Bright Side Opportunities Center

Sally’s Iron Mustangs — a group of dedicated ladies from Bright Side Opportunities Center who have completely transformed their health and fitness through strength and conditioning — will demonstrate their typical workout. These ladies understand the importance of building muscle to be strong for daily living, to rev up metabolism, to increase bone density, and to create a fit and youthful physique.

10:15 a.m.
Why Handwriting is Still Important

Presented by Mitzi Jones

Mitzi will discuss why handwriting is still important in today’s digital world as well as what a person’s handwriting says about them. To a handwriting analyst, it speaks volumes. Handwriting analysis answers questions and provides insight. Come and learn a little about your personality through handwriting and how you can help with the Campaign for Cursive!

11 a.m.
Power Up with Plant Protein

Presented by Kilene Knitter, R.D., L.D.N., Giant Food Stores Nutritionist

This fall, celebrate Vegetarian Awareness Month by powering up with plant protein! Join Giant Food Stores nutritionist Kilene Knitter, R.D., L.D.N., for an interactive presentation and food demo that highlights seasonal, plant-based protein options. Learn all about their health benefits and unique ways you can incorporate them into a balanced diet.

11:45 a.m.
Success with Succulents

Presented by Jodie Morris

Succulents are a “growing” trend in home design, and in this seminar you will learn the ins and outs of how to be successful with them. You will learn about the different types of succulents as well as tips for caring for them. Houseplant care and success tips will also be covered.


2018 Sponsors:
            UPMC Pinnacle        

[The Women’s Expo] went well! We were able to scan several people and got a few new patients from it. The setup worked out very well — we had everything we needed. - Abby Wilson, Advanced Vein & Laser Center

Advertising and sponsorship in On-Line Publishers’ publications and [50plus EXPOs and Women’s Expos] have made a positive impact on Homeland Center’s awareness and attracted residents and clients to our 150-year-old senior healthcare facility. Their creative and editorial staff always respond positively and have helped immeasurably as we expanded our outreach services in hospice, home care, and home health. - Betty H., Homeland Center / Homeland at Home

[The Women’s Expo] was not only well organized and perfectly structured, but it also provided us the opportunity to reach a wider demographic outside the proximity of what we would’ve been able to accomplish without the help of this/these event(s). - Cebrum G., NuBorn Skin

The Women's Expo was lots of fun! The ladies that stopped by to try our product were amazed at how it looked and felt and how long it lasted! It was definitely worthwhile as a vendor, and we made many new contacts. We will look forward to next year’s event! - Cara C., Senegence

[The Women’s Expo] was a fun and exciting event where I had the opportunity to meet a lot of interesting ladies and share information about our business. There was a great turnout, and I look forward to working with a number of these women to help them find their best flooring options. - Kathy Burke, Heritage Floors

Exhibitor Booth Registration