Simmons Center to host Women’s Lifestyle Expo in Duncan

The expo will also feature wine tastings, food tastings, and a concession.

The Simmons Center in Duncan, OK will host this spring’s Women’s Lifestyle Expo. The event will be held on Friday, March 5 from 12:00-9:00 PM and Saturday, March 6 from 9:00 AM-6:00 PM. Come browse, shop, listen to fascinating speakers, eat excellent food and enjoy the fashion show this spring in Duncan.

The event will feature over 30 vendors with everything from jewelry to home decor and clothing to skincare.

In addition to all of the spectacular booths and tastings, the event will also offer demonstrations and speakers on both Friday and Saturday including Women’s Self Defense, Catalyst Nutrition, Along the Shore and many more.

Last but certainly not least is the fashion show to be held on Saturday at 1:00 PM. The show will feature spring and summer fashions by Duncan’s very own Prairie Rose Gifts & Boutique and Southern Okie Boutique. Plus, the expo will feature adoptable pets from the Stephens County Humane Society!

Ticket cost is $7.00 per day or $10.00 for both days. Tickets are available at the door or you may reserve yours early at 580-252-2900.

The Simmons College Center for the Study of Children’s Literature is an academic program at Simmons College specializing in the critical study of children’s literature. The program was founded in 1977, and was the first program in the United States to offer a master’s degree in the field.

Currently, the program offers an MA and an MFA. It also offers an institute to the children’s literature academic community in alternate summers. Guest speakers in previous years have included such notables as Louis Sachar, Maurice Sendak, Robert Cormier, Daniel Handler, and Lois Lowry. In 1986, a collection of speeches from the summer institute was published as Innocence and Experience: Essays and Conversations on Children’s Literature, edited by Gregory Maguire and Barbara Harrison. The Lion and the Unicorn Poetry Award is presented at the institute.

The program is currently directed by Cathryn Mercier, a reviewer for the Horn Book Magazine and co-author, with Susan Bloom, of Presenting Avi (1997). Previous directors include Susan Bloom, Gregory Maguire, and Barbara Harrison.

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