Women’s Day 2023 is back for 19 years doing what it does best: providing a relaxing day for busy women.
“We have anything we can imagine that a woman would enjoy,” says Advertising and Events Coordinator Lauren Ballard.
The event typically draws around 500 people and has a variety of activities throughout the day.
Dr. Patricia Jane Sulak, MD will be the guest speaker for the event and will discuss several key topics throughout the day. A board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist, Sulak is a graduate of the University of Texas Health Science Center in Antonio. She is currently a professor at Baylor, Scott & White She is Texas A&M School of Medicine. Her speech at her keynote luncheon was “Got Stress? Finding Peace and Joy in the Storms of Life.”
“She talks about how we seem to be living in more stressful times and how to overcome that stress,” Ballard explained. ), and the difficulties associated with change.”
The event will be held on Saturday, January 28, from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm at the Frank W. Mayborn Civic & Convention Center, 3303 N. Third St. in Temple. There will be over 45 vendors with makeup, boutiques, non-profits, shows, demonstrations and anything you can imagine. Several door prizes are given out throughout the day, as well as the grand prize, which is usually worth about $500, according to Ballard.
This massive event is brought to you by the Temple Daily Telegram and Tex Appeal magazine. Sponsors include Baylor, Scott & White as title sponsors, Precious Memories Gift Shop and Jack Hilliard Distributing Company.
Tickets are $10 general admission and include access to all vendors and presentations. A $30 ticket includes general admission and a luncheon with a guest speaker.
Lunch tickets are limited to the first 350 people. Tickets can be purchased from the Temple Daily Telegram at 10 S. Third St. in downtown Temple or online at centraltexastickets.com. General admission tickets are also available for purchase at the event.
Vendors will be accepted until January 6th. The non-commercial vendor booth has his 10 x 6 foot space with a 6 foot long skirted table, two chairs, and an ID sign. A traditional vendor booth has a 10 x 10 foot space with an 8 foot long skirted table, two chairs, an ID sign and a 1/8 page full color ad in the special “Women’s Day” section of the Temple Daily Telegram. contains one. Vendors can also purchase larger ads if needed.
For ticket purchases, vendor space requests, or any additional questions, please call 254-778-4444.
Link: Day For Women Vendor Agreement