A limited number of the VIP Gold tickets, which includes a ticket and private VIP reception to the Taste of Home Cooking School LIVE on Friday evening, are still available for ladies who want to pamper themselves at this year’s SD Women’s Expo.
This year’s theme, “Leaves & Laughter” features exhilarating décor, booths filled with specialty shops, one-of-a-kind finds, cooking demonstrations, health screenings and important educational booths!
VIP Gold tickets are $50 and include express registration, special lunch pick-up and seating, a Pampering Perks card for special gifts, plus a VIP reception and seating to Friday’s Taste of Home Cooking School and an autographed Taste of Home cookbook. The number of VIP tickets is limited and they are only available from the State Fair office or online at www.sdwomensexpo.com. VIP Silver tickets are also available for $20 which includes $5 savings on a general admission ticket to Friday’s Taste of Home Cooking School – the combo price is just $30.
The fun begins on Friday, September 25, with a special presentation of Taste of Home Cooking School LIVE at the Huron Event Center at 6:30 p.m. This exciting stage demonstration of approximately 10 recipes lasts around two hours and appeals to cooks with all levels of food experience. VIP ticket holders receive a free cookbook autographed by the Celebrity Chef, premier seating and a VIP reception before the event.
On Saturday, September 26, Expo attendees can enjoy a variety of entertainment throughout the day including Chris Miller who will provide interactive music and entertainment in the Expo Relaxation Room; Amy Dee-Kristensen, the Truth Fairy, who presents extraordinary entertainment with an empowering message; Cooking with KSFY’s Courtney Collen and Divas through the Decades will round out the day with musical tribute to some of the most influential female vocalists of the 60s, 70s, 80s and today.
Back by popular demand is the Newlywed Game which features local couples who have been married less than one year. Women are invited to pamper themselves with a manicure, pedicure or massage in the day spa. They can take a break in the relaxation area while sipping a glass of wine or beer. Ladies will also enjoy a little “retail therapy” as they stroll through three buildings filled with merchandise from a wide variety of vendors. The gift baskets will also be back – bigger than ever, filled with goodies!
General admission tickets to the Expo are still just $10 or $5 for a limited time at Prostrollo Motors, and include admission to Saturday’s Expo, keynote presentations, a delicious lunch and unlimited access to the interactive vendor displays. Taste of Home Cooking School tickets are $15 and include admission to the event Friday evening, a gift bag filled with goodies from national and local sponsors, Taste of Home magazines and money saving coupons. Expo and Taste of Home general admission tickets are available at HRMC information desks, the State Fair office, East River Nursery, Prostrollo Motor Sales, Coborn’s Super Store and online at www.sdwomensexpo.com.