Women’s Day 2023 is back for its 19th year doing what it does best – giving busy women a day off.
“We’ll have anything that women can enjoy doing,” said Lauren Ballard, advertising and event coordinator.
The event regularly attracts around 500 people and includes many different activities throughout the day.
Dr. Patricia Jane Sulak, M.D., will be the event’s guest speaker, discussing a variety of important topics throughout the day. Board certified in obstetrics and gynecology, Dr. Sulak is a graduate of the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. She currently serves as a professor with Baylor, Scott & White Texas A&M Medical School. The main luncheon address was “Stressed? Finding peace and joy in the storms of life.
“We seem to live in very stressful times and how we can overcome that stress,” Ballard says. She also talks about aging and how to slow down the aging process, as well as the problem of incorporating changes.
The event will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 28 at the Frank W. Mayborn Civic and Convention Center, 3303 N. Third St. It is in Temple. It features over 45 vendors from anything and everything one can imagine – makeup, boutique, non-profits, fairs and demonstrations. Ballard Ballard said there will be several door prizes throughout the day as well as a grand prize.
A large event was presented by the Temple Daily Telegram and Tex Appeal magazine. Sponsors include Baylor, Scott & White as title sponsor, Precious Memories Gift Shop and Jack Hilliard Distribution Company.
Tickets are $10 for general admission, which includes all presenters and presentations. A $30 ticket includes general admission and a luncheon featuring the guest speaker.
Lunch tickets are limited to the first 350 people. Tickets are available at the Temple Daily Telegram, 10 S. Third St. They can be purchased in Central Texas, or online at centraltexastickets.com. General admission tickets may also be purchased at the event.
Sellers will receive until January 6th. A nonprofit vendor booth is a 10×6-foot space with a six-foot-long dresser table, two chairs, and an identification sign. Traditional vendor booths consist of a 10×10-foot space with an eight-foot-long dresser table, two chairs, an ID sign, and one 1/8-page full-color advertisement in the Temple Daily Telegram’s special section, “Day for Women.” Sellers can purchase larger ads if desired.
To purchase tickets, ask about vendor locations or any additional questions, call 254-778-4444.
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