ST. GEORGE – St. George News joins Marie Bowcut in sponsoring her brand new enterprise bringing Southern Utah what ladies really want: The Ultimate Girls Day Out; an unconventional convention of all things embodying the feminine spirit – the pretty, the prissy, powerful and proud, women strong and sassy, spiritual, serene and revitalized.
The expo will be held at the Dixie Center in St. George Sept. 5-6 and will feature the Taste of Home Cooking Show.
Bowcut has spent the last several months planning and searching for the very best products and services, bringing the very best companies, boutiques and brands together for a whole new women’s expo unlike St. George has ever seen before – combining everything women love into one ultimate event.
Grab your girlfriends, sisters, moms, and daughters and get ready for two days of inspiration, relaxation, shopping and fun. Find everything from food and cooking demonstrations to expert advice on beauty secrets and fashion.
With more than 200 booths of great deals and show specials to shop and explore, the Ultimate Girls Day Out trade show is the perfect weekend escape.
Spend a relaxing day being pampered with amazing spa treatments, massages, and beauty demos. Experiment with a new look from haircuts to hair extensions.
Don’t miss the runway fashion show showcasing the season’s best boutiques and indulge in some retail therapy as you enjoy endless shopping.
Go back to school with Taste of Home Cooking instruction and tantalizing tastings
Culinary specialist and home economist Kristi Larson brings her passion for food and shares new ideas for fresh ways to prepare sumptuous dishes at the Taste of Home Cooking School where students can indulge in free samples and gourmet tastings.
“This is only the third time that I’m aware of that Taste of Home has hit St. George,” Bowcut said, “and we attract people from California, Arizona, Nevada – they will come to St. George because Taste of Home is a big thing.”
Taste of Home students can expect to see 10 recipes demonstrated in about two and a half hours with lots of prizes given away during the live show, including 10 dishes made by Larson on stage, and new tips, tricks, and kitchen gadgets. They will leave with the coveted gift bag stuffed with magazines, coupons, samples and a free subscription to either Taste of Home or Healthy Cooking magazine.
Annie, get your gun – laser or glue, there’s a workshop for you
Rowdy’s Range will be offering attendees a different kind of fun with laser gun target practice shooting.
“Colby at Rowdy’s Range said ‘for an Ultimate Girls Day Out, we want to help create that experience – we wanna be there and do that,’” Bowcut said. “It was so cool to see a guy excited about coming to a women’s event.”
Wood Creations will offer a make-and-take area for ladies to complete a project with their kids or girlfriends. Their dry and finished project will be waiting for them to pick-up and take home after they’ve indulged in shopping and exploring the expo.
“Everything I heard was missing from the other women’s expo that I started 13 years ago, I’m trying to make sure that it’s at this event,” Bowcutt said. “I want it to be a huge success so that people say ‘I can’t wait until next year – it’s going to be so much fun!’”
Event details and contact information
- What: Ultimate Girls Day Out Trade Show with over 200 Booths | Facebook
- When: Weekend after Labor Day
- Friday, September 5, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
- Saturday, September 6, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- Where: Dixie Center, St. George
- Taste of Home Cooking Demonstration – Ballroom
- Fashion Show – Garden Room
- Make it and Take it – Sunbrook Room
- Admission: $10-$15
- Contact: Marie Bowcut | Telephone: 435-668-4358
Email: [email protected]
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