Escape the Winter Blues at Dauphin Women’s Expo




The sixth annual Dauphin County Women’s Expo, held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., February 23, at the Hershey Lodge, will provide some relief from the winter doldrums. The Expo draws women of all ages and interests for a lively experience of shopping, entertainment, inspiration and relaxation, and to learn about products and services.

With more than 90 exhibitors, from larger businesses to small franchises and solopreneurs, the variety of vendors provide women plenty of opportunities to shop and gather information about health and wellness, travel, home improvements, nutrition, beauty and more.

Throughout the day, the main stage will be host to a range of live demonstrations and entertainment, from a fashion show by Mechanicsburg’s Three Little Birds Boutique to a presentation by psychic educator Jan Helen McGee.

Palmyra Girl Scout Troop 71518 will be selling their famous Girl Scout Cookies. In addition to the products available to purchase from the Women’s Expo’s exhibitors, guests can also go home with an assortment of door prizes and giveaways.

Admission is $5 at the door or free with registration at AGreatWayToSpendMyDay.com. Location: 325 University Dr., Hershey.

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