Comox West Coast Women’s Show is for and about women

The second annual Comox West Coast Women's Show will take place Sept. 24 and 25 at the Comox Community Centre at 1855 Noel Ave. in Comox.

The second annual Comox West Coast Women’s Show will take place Sept. 24 and 25 at  the Comox Community Centre at 1855  Noel Ave. in Comox.

The West Coast Women’s Show is a trade show for and about women.

There will be 60-plus exhibits showcasing products, services and information of interest to women, as well as informative seminars.

Organizer Trish Newton Segal has been bringing the Island’s best resources for women to one place since the show started.

“There will be something of interest for women of all ages,” she said. “A key component of the show is always the information, and this year will be no exception, with a terrific lineup of seminars over the two days.”

There will also be lots of opportunities to buy fabulous gifts, jewelry, beauty products, fashion and home décor. Learn about business and financial opportunities, get health and wellness information and much, much more.

This year’s grand prize is a Romantic Westcoast Weekend for Two at the Spectacular Black Rock Oceanfront Resort in Ucluelet, which includes a $250 resort card to be used in the spa or restaurant. It’s a prize valued at more than $1,200.

Some of the proceeds from the Women’s Show will be donated to the Comox Valley Transition Society.

Admission is $6 for adults (a two-day pass is $10), $4 for seniors and students, and free for children 12 and younger.

The Second Annual West Coast Women’s Show is presented by 97.3 the Eagle and sponsored by the Comox Valley Record, Black Rock Oceanfront Resort and the Comox Valley Transition House.

The Second Annual West Coast Women’s Show takes place Sept. 24 and 25. Visit www.westcoastwomensshow.com for more information.

— 97.3 the Eagle

 

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