2018 just got a whole lot better. Save the date!
Modern Woman Show & Expo April 14th & 15th Join the excitement!
Modern Woman Show & Expo April 14th & 15th Join the excitement!
Indulge yourself with the very best that Saskatoon and area has to offer in fashion, food, entertainment, cosmetics, and travel. Modern Woman Show & Exhibition is the premiere event for women of Saskatchewan. Imagine enjoying lunch and a glass of wine, attending our fabulous fashion show, sampling creations prepared by local chefs, partaking in make-up and hair demonstrations or perhaps purchasing a new pair of shoes!
Modern Woman Show & Exhibition has gathered the very best of the prairie’s leading businesses, boutiques, and local brands. Expect great entertainment, food, and fun while raising money for a charitable cause. After an enjoyable day checking out over 150 vendors, we invite you to our designated lounge area to unwind… perhaps even a ladies night out!?
Show Hours for 2017:
Saturday April 22nd 2017 11:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Sunday April 23rd 2017 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Location: Prairieland Park
$12 general tickets get you access to vendors, stage shows, fashion show, speakers, and so much more!! Available at the door or online HERE
“The Runway” Fashion Show VIP Tickets $45 Saturday April 22nd at 6:30 p.m.- reserved prime seating, a “SWAG” bag filled with amazing goods, and access to the VIP lounge with complimentary appetizers prior to the show. Includes general admission into the Modern Woman Show. (Limited tickets available)
*VIP Access tickets available online only - Click HERE to purchase!
*Be one of the first 100 ticket holders through the door each day of the event and receive a Modern Woman’s Top Ten Tote! These “swag” bags are filled with great samples, coupons, and gift certificates.
Lia Reese Canada presents
Raised outside a tiny Canadian town of 50 people, Elly moved to Vancouver to follow her childhood dreams of traveling, meeting new people and becoming a star. She loved working as a flight attendant and took up pin-up modeling as a hobby. The young flight attendant was on the verge of fame as a plus-size model when she got the shock diagnosis of advanced ovarian cancer. But it was what she did next that really made everyone sit up and take notice.
At 25, Elly understandably thought she was still at the beginning of life. She had big plans ahead of her - she'd moved away from home to the big city, landed her dream job as a flight attendant and another career as a plus-size model beckoned. But then, after three years of irregular lower back pain and bloating that had been dismissed as nothing serious by doctors, she was suddenly diagnosed with advanced ovarian cancer. Her prognosis wasn't good and it would have been easy for her to curl up and retreat from public life, but Elly refused to give in.
Instead, she forged ahead and posed in many shoots, bald and scarred. One in particular, a campaign for a sports bra shot by the local lingerie shop, Forever Yours lingerie, which grabbed the attention of many. With her chin up, bald-headed and bearing a long surgery scar down her front, she posed in underwear in a campaign that went viral around the world. At the time, she didn't know whether
she'd survive to see the end of the month.
Elly says, "I wanted to show you can be beautiful when you are going through hell. You’ve just got to keep your head held high and
remember, no matter how bad it gets, people have gone through even worse .You don’t know how strong you are until you are backed into a corner. I worked really hard on all my shoots because I knew I was doing something that would help others facing cancer as well. whether I made it through the year or not, those images would always last."
She made it through her difficult year. She now has a following of over 500,000 world wide on Social. Since September of 2013 she has been apart of a ground breaking documentary called "A Perfect 14" which highlights the lack of diversity in the media for plus size models as well as her and two others journey through the industry. She has traveled to Australia, Montreal, San Francisco and New York for work and has recently signed with Dorothy Combs— a major modeling agency with years of experience . She speaks at schools to encourage body positive mentality and her inspiring story of living and modeling through cancer. Follow her Journey as she continues to Inspire us all.
Visit Elly Mayday at the Lia Reese Canada booth all weekend. Shop her lipstick, calendar, take photos and grab her autograph!
The Modern Woman Show presents Paint Nite for the YWCA Saskatoon - Saturday April 22nd - $45 Join us at The Modern Woman Show for an afternoon of painting & shopping! Experience the event while taking part in a Paint Nite! Grab your girlfriends and don't miss out- enjoy a cocktail or glass of wine and paint while raising money for the YWCA Saskatoon. (Limited tickets available - Free access into the Modern Woman Show with your Paint Nite ticket)
Girl Power Pilates Class - 10:00 a.m. Saturday April 22nd at Prairieland Park - $10 donation to the YWCA Saskatoon
Lead Pilates is bringing you Girl Power: Why you need to know more about your pelvic floor.
DO you experience any of the following?
- loss of urine when you cough, sneeze, or exercise (Hello, all you amazing athletes!!)
- a change in your ability to control your bladder after child birth
- having to plan your day around the nearest bathroom...
Your pelvic floor is made up of a group of muscles – we repeat “A GROUP OF MUSCLES”! Muscles need to be strengthened and released in order for them to work properly.
If you attend Girl Power you will learn some easy ways to strengthen and release your pelvic floor, you will learn more about our anatomy and you will learn how to take control back over your body (just because you wanted to become a mom does not mean you get a free lifetime membership to the Pee Club)!
Come to learn, come to be inspired, come to be empowered! Bring your yoga mat!
Click HERE to donate today (walk in welcome - cash only) and your donation includes free access into the Modern Woman Show.
When women support each other incredible things happen - Join RYDE YXE and Thrive Juice Co. at 10:00 am on Sunday, April 23 at the Modern Woman Show & Expo where 36 bikes, 36 loaded girl powered swag bags, $100 dollar donations to the YWCA Saskatoon, and intentions to create positive change will bring us together for one amazing Ryde!
Shopping & Mimosas to follow!
Space is limited, secure your spot today - includes free access into the Modern Woman Show
Wine Glass Terrariums Class - $34 - 12:00 p.m. Sunday April 23rd at Prairieland Park.
Add some fresh greenery to your home or patio, or give them as a housewarming gift placed in a basket or crate alongside your favorite bottle of vino. Easy and decorative DIY wine glass terrariums are incredibly stress free to maintain, love an abundance of sun, and are drought tolerant. If you've always wanted to know how to go about creating your very own terrariums, this is the place to start - all while enjoying the fun of the Modern Woman Show.
Ticket includes access into Modern Woman Show & Expo on Sunday April 23rd, and all materials (wine glasses, potting soil, sand or gravel, plants - succulents & cacti)
#GIRL GOALS - a seminar for happiness & success - Free with your general admission - 1:00 p.m. Saturday April 22nd at Prairieland Park.
Join us for a seminar on creating your goals! Amazing for teens to adults - you don't want to miss this enlightening workshop. Join Steve Kushman as he dives into eliminating self-sabotage, maintaining a positive high-level mood, and learning to face your fears! This 'goal getting' seminar is one not to be missed!
Insight into the presentation:
Have you ever heard someone say, “once I am successful I will be happy”? You may have heard it more than once. The fact is that when people finally get the big house, fancy car or high paying job they have been searching for, happiness doesn’t necessarily follow. Quite often people will not be satisfied and still have a feeling of emptiness inside.
Rather than thinking about the future, what if we lived each day focusing on present time? Instead of applying pressure on yourself to match up with what others have or are doing, imagine the joy of simply living in the moment and being happy with who you are and what you have. Life is a journey filled with ups and downs but we all have the ability to win each and every uphill battle or downhill decent.
The truth is, most of the time, we are our own worst enemy. We often blame others for our own misfortune when that is not reality. Self-sabotaging thoughts or habits are to blame more often than not. Don’t Do That! You can have total control over what we call your “Little Voice” and I will teach you how to do that.
In this presentation you will learn how to:
- Eliminate self-sabotaging behaviors
- Maintain a high mood level
- Accomplish and celebrate wins consistently
- Face your fears
- Build long lasting level 10 confidence
I know there is a hero inside of you. Let me help you believe that about yourself. Together we will first create happiness and this will lead to success in all areas of your life.
Steve Kushman - Steve Kushman Productions
Behind every successful woman is her story. We have gathered a panel of brilliant trail blazers within our community of women entrepreneurs. On Sunday April 23rd at 1:00 p.m. join us as we chat about how they began their journey, what inspires them, and tip and tricks for those with the entrepreneurial spirit.
Who should run more of the world? Women. Until then, enjoy the guidance of some awesome women who lead fiercely and fearlessly.
Click HERE to learn more about our panel.
We gave away 2 tickets to see Lauryn Hill at The Saskatchewan Jazz Festival on Friday June 24th (provided by Modern Woman Show) AS WELL AS…a complimentary one night stay at the Delta Bessborough which included a bottle of sparkling wine, long stem rose, box of chocolates, a special keepsake gift, breakfast voucher, complimentary valet parking, and turn down service! WINNERS were Brooke Asmudson & Colleen Wood of Saskatoon – Congrats!
On April 17th at 2:00 pm we got to spend “An Afternoon with Gretchen Christine Rossi”. Lia Reese Canada was proud to have brought Gretchen to Saskatoon in an intimate and interactive setting. Gretchen made a considerable impression as a star on The Real Housewives of Orange County. She is the founder of Gretchen Christine, with her hands in designing clothing, creating a make-up line, furniture, jewelry, and handbags. This quintessential Orange County fashionista was full of spunk and humor; there was tears, as well as, we got the opportunity to learn about her journey as an entrepreneur.
Chantel Huber was back to host ‘The Runway’, with looks from Era Style Loft, Kiowa Sage Apparel, Details at Home, Harper Clothing Co, Swank Shoe Lounge, Five AM, Tonic, Bella Chic, Two Fifty Two Boutique, and looks from Lead Pilates and Red Lotus.