The 18th annual Vermont 50-Plus & Baby Boomers EXPO is set for Saturday, Jan. 26 at the Sheraton-Burlington Hotel & Conference Center from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Baby Boomers, seniors and all ages are invited to enjoy a day of fun and learning featuring: more than 80 interactive exhibits; 12 seminars and workshops including Dr. Stuart Offer on age-erasing superfoods, former Vermont governor Madeleine Kunin on “The New Feminist Agenda,” international elder abuse expert Lillian Jeter on combating and preventing elder abuse, and Feng Shui consultant Lydia Solini; fashion show featuring F.H. Clothing Company of Quechee; giveaways including a trip for two.
The event also features performances and music including: Lyric Theatre Company performing songs from Broadway musicals old and new including tunes from Lyric’s productions of “RENT” and “Oliver”; afternoon dance party with DJ Charlie Rice; live music featuring Nashville singer/songwriter Toni Catlin with Brett Hughes, as well as an exclusive engagement with members of the Amida Bourbon Project.
EXPO attendees can take part in hula hoop and Zumba fitness demos, a silent auction to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association-VT, art workshops, free coffee tasting and more.
Tickets are $5 at the door, $4 in advance. Advance tickets can be ordered by phone, by visiting the University Mall Customer Service Desk or online at www.vermontmaturity.com/expo.
For more information, visit www.vermontmaturity.com/expo, call (802)-872-9000 x18, or email [email protected]