This Saturday’s Active Living Expo offers music, speakers, exhibitors, yoga and estate planning tips among other activities from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Northern Quest Resort & Casino.
Attendees will find expert presentations, free entertainment and 50 booths with information geared to people ages 55 and older.
Admission is $7, and a portion of ticket proceeds will benefit senior programs at Spokane Neighborhood Action Partners. The Spokesman-Review is hosting the event.
Speakers include a keynote talk by MultiCare’s Dr. Shaun Peterson, a local orthopedic surgeon who will offer advice on restoring function and reducing pain.
Lynn St. Louis, attorney and founding partner at Spokane’s Elder Law Group, will address protecting assets and estate planning. AARP Fraud Protection Specialist Jon Louis will speak on how to protect from fraud and identity theft.
Eldonna Shaw, a teacher and coach at Food Flavor Fit, is scheduled to share about how to prepare healthy meals in small portions in tight quarters. Attendees will hear musical acts by Project Joy Senior Entertainers and see a yoga demonstration by Spokane certified instructor Linda Stejskal.
The expo also offers a spring clothing trends fashion show from Audrey’s Boutique, a guided wine tasting of bold varietals from Browne Family Vineyards, and a free photo booth sponsored by Villages at Stonehill.
Examples of exhibitor booths include physical therapy, investment strategies, travel tips, exercise equipment, podiatry, eye care and eyeglass fashion, book clubs, and an on-site RV. KHQ/FOX anchor Claire Graham serves as event emcee.
More information can be found at spokane7tickets.com, where tickets also can be purchased. For questions, contact Nikki Gradoville at (509) 710-9840 or email@example.com.
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