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10th Annual Duluth Women’s Expo

Created: January 31, 2018 08:35 AM

Saturday, March 3
9:00 AM- 4:00 PM
The DECC, 350 Harbor Dr, Duluth

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Lundeen Productions will present the 10th Annual Duluth Women’s Expo. Thousands of women from throughout the region will attend the expo with over 100 exhibitors, a fashion show, shopping, sampling, pampering and entertainment featured.

New this year to the Duluth Women’s Expo is WomenRock, a breast cancer awareness event and fundraiser to help Northland women and their families with much needed resources and support through the St. Luke’s Foundation. The St Luke’s Breast Cancer Fund in the past has helped support many efforts including:
- Breast Cancer Support Group
- Cancer Survivorship Lecture Series
- “Voices of Hope” DVD given to newly diagnosed breast cancer patients
- Robes for Breast Center patients
- Books for kids to help them understand a cancer diagnosis (books were “Still Me” and “Chemo Cat”)
- Renovations and updates to our Breast Center

WomenRock will raise money for the foundation through games, a fundraiser called “Rockin’ for a Reason,” and a silent auction! “Rockin for a Reason” is a rocking chair marathon or rather, a “Rockathon.” There will be teams of rockers, individual rockers consisting of people of all ages. Sign up forms and Pledge sheets will be available at www.duluthwomensexpo.com beginning February 2nd. There will also be pink donation boots throughout the Womens Expo and WomenRock.

Also in Pioneer Hall there will be the Engwall’s Garden Center Café’ , belly dancers, games, a fashion show and the Pioneer Market featuring hand make arts and crafts.

Free advance tickets, while supplies last, are now available at duluthwomensexpo.com. Admission is $6 at the door if you don’t have a ticket. VIP tickets are $25.00.


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