Women’s Expo to feature young speed painter Feb. 8

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The Mid-Michigan Women’s Expo returns to Lansing Feb. 7-9 for its 20th year with more than 300 exhibitors. 

The expo will feature events for women to shop for fashion and food, view live art and get free health and wellness checks. Exhibitors include Avon, Shaheen Cadillac, and even a fashion show hosted by international fashion stylist Kev Couture. 

Each day will feature a main-stage presentation, according to show manager Anicia Capozzoli.

“One of the main presenters is going to be on Saturday,” Capozzoli said.

“That is going to be Evan Struck. He is the youngest speed-painting painter in America.”

The expo has been organized by Kohler Expos since 1998. Kohler hosts events in Lansing and Grand Rapids. Its goal is to create entertainment and expos for all ages and genders. The expo hopes to attract new attendees.

The schedule of events is on the Mid-Michigan Women’s Expo website.

On average, across the three days, there are 1,300 attendees. With many events being geared toward women, men are still welcome. 

“We do have several gentlemen who attend as well. It’s not uncommon at all,” Capozzoli said. 

The expo will be at the Lansing Center, 333 East Michigan Ave. Tickets are $8 for children and $10 for ages 15 and above. 

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