Entertainment

Entertainment

It’s fun filled day packed full of prizes, entertainment, shopping, chair massage and more. Christopher and Abi Baumann from This Is Soul Events will be handling the sound and photography for the day while you enjoy all the many activities there are for you and your family!

Want to entertain at the Women’s Fair next year?

Would you like to entertain the crowd at the next Women’s Fair? Gain exposure and support our community of women. The day is packed full of fun entertainment on the Main Stage from 11am until 4pm. If you are interested in entertaining at the Women’s Fair, fill out our application HERE.

Here’s a look back on the 2018 event on March 10th! Watch for updates in January 2019.

ALL DAY – Paint a picture with

11:00 – Silver Lining Foundation and Living Art of Montana
We feature local non-profit organizations that provide much-needed services to women, children and families in our community. Through the event, we feature each non-profit with an exhibitor space and the opportunity to speak on stage about their organization. In addition to raising awareness, we also raise funds for these organizations through the prize packages that are raffled off at the Women’s Fair.
11:15 – Ballet Arts Academy
Students are the prime focus of the Ballet Arts Acadmey. Their goal is to provide a nurturing and technically rigorous dance education for Missoula children, based in child development, anatomical principles, and sound classical techniques.
11:45 – Hypsy Gypsies
The Hypsy Gypsies are a tribal fusion belly dance troupe. The Gypsies have over 20 years of combined dance experience in various belly dance styles, Egyptian, Folkloric, American Tribal Style, Tribal Fusion, Rajasthani, Banghra, as well as Modern Dance. Performances also include sword, cane/stick, veil, & snake dancing, along with group and solo performanceut.
12:00 – Animal Wonders
The goal of Animal Wonders is to spread knowledge and understanding of animals and conservation throughout Montana. Through the use of live animal aids and presentations, meeting Montana science standards, Animal Wonders educates the public about animal adaptation, animal behavior, and conservation. Animal Wonders adopts displaced wildlife and other animals in need and gives them the job of becoming ambassadors for their species.
12:45 – Silver Lining Foundation and Living Art of Montana
We feature local non-profit organizations that provide much-needed services to women, children and families in our community. Through the event, we feature each non-profit with an exhibitor space and the opportunity to speak on stage about their organization. In addition to raising awareness, we also raise funds for these organizations through the prize packages that are raffled off at the Women’s Fair.
1:00 – Show Tyme Academy Dance Company
Show Tyme Academy for the Performing Arts is Missoula’s premier school for dance! Featuring classes in Jazz, Tap, Contemporary, and Ballet; and now offering Acting classes and private lessons, Show Tyme is your one-stop-shop for a Performing Arts education. Providing pre-professional quality classes, Show Tyme’s students are encouraged to stretch the creative limits of their imagination.
1:30 – Summit Cheering Athletics
Summit is the longest and most successful all-star cheer program in Montana. Their facility offers the space and training equipment necessary for our athletes to be properly and safely trained. Their coaching staff is USASF certified and well trained in the varsity scoring system. This gives the Summit teams the best chance of being successful on the competition floor.
2:00 – Djebe Bara Community Dance and Drum
Djebe Bara Community Dance and Drum explores African dance, drum, music and song from a variety of traditions including, but not exclusive to, Guinea, Senegal, Mali, Zimbabwe and South Africa. The dance classes have live drumming and a variety of dance teachers in an informal setting that encourages self-expression, voice, and participation. All levels of dancers are welcome. Djebe Bara, created in 2008 by Missoula community members, strives to create a welcoming and friendly space for those interested in African dance and drum culture, to share and expand knowledge, support individual growth, and work with ideas of communal organization.
2:30 – Silver Lining Foundation and Living Art of Montana
We feature local non-profit organizations that provide much-needed services to women, children and families in our community. Through the event, we feature each non-profit with an exhibitor space and the opportunity to speak on stage about their organization. In addition to raising awareness, we also raise funds for these organizations through the prize packages that are raffled off at the Women’s Fair.
3:00 – Growing Up Green – Kangatraining
Kangatraining is a complete workout with your baby who is engaged and interacted with the entire class during which both cardiovascular endurance/flexibility and muscular capacity/strength are enhanced. The focus is strengthening the pelvic floor and abdominal muscles while paying special attention to correct posture. Modifications are made for women with diastis recti.

3:15 – RAD dance team from Roots Sports and Learning Center
RAD dance team from Roots Sports and Learning Center integrates dance and gymnastics into a dance form that is fun and engaging for both participants and viewers.  RAD dance  has a jazz/contemporary foundation. It also includes acro skills that are easily incorporated into dance choreography.

3:30 – $100 Door Prize and Raffle Winners Announced Our lucky winners will be announced on the Main Stage. Stick around and enjoy the fun! Winners can take their prizes home with them directly from the Women’s Fair.

FRONT LOBBY – MASSAGE, TAROT, READINGS, REIKI – $1 Per Minute
Tarot Readings, Reiki Sessions, Palm and Aura Sessions
Chuck Hossfeld, Leatrice Sea and Jami Shipp
Reiki, Reflexology and Massage.
Brandi Hyatt, Shirley Holm, Robin Dobbe, Anna Levshin and Jami Shipp

Want to entertain at the Women’s Fair next year?

Would you like to entertain the crowd at the next Women’s Fair? Gain exposure and support our community of women. The day is packed full of fun entertainment on the Main Stage from 11am until 4pm. If you are interested in entertaining at the Women’s Fair, fill out our application HERE.

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