SHE Columbia is coming to town, and I can’t wait. This isn’t your average, stuffy, and boring women’s conference. This is, as they say, the Ultimate Girls’ weekend. I missed it last year, and was terribly upset about that, so this year I am going to try my best to get there. They are going to have a ton of food, craft, fashion, and wellness exhibits. A lot of my blogger friends like The Shop Tart, Make Me Over Eb, That Teowonna, and others are going to be presenting there. I’m so excited. They are also going to have some great entertainment as well. Check out all the info below to find out what will be going on! [SOURCE]
What is SHE? SHE is the Ultimate Girls’ weekend with fashion and style experts, entertainment and a shopping spree, all rolled into one.
HOURS: Friday 4-9pm; Saturday 9-6; Sunday 12-5
TICKETS: $8 adults; cash only at the box office or purchase on-line
$5 Student/Military with ID
$12 Two-day pass
Attendees are asked to bring 5 canned goods for $2 off the admission price. Food goes to hungry families in the Midlands.
SHE Columbia benefits Harvest Hope Food Bank and the Women’s Shelter
The event has six basic themes with event elements including the following:
CREATE: Crafty Feast artisans will lead DIY “Make-and-Take” projects
CRAVE: Culinary classes and demos in the culinary kitchen and Tasting Garden by Motor Supply Co. Bistro, Rosewood Market & Deli, Let’s Cook, Rue 77, Spotted Salamander Catering and others
STYLE: Fashion Shows with The Shop Tart, Visally Appealing, the Gaffney Outlets, Columbia Style Week and the ReFashionista; Style Lounge with image consultants Lisa Berger, Brian Maynor, Elizabeth Rouprich and Make Me Over Eb; Shop Tart Lounge with Alicia Barnes “Skincare Secrets” Meet-and-Greet
LIVE: Palmetto Health’s wellness area, where you can operate the Da Vinci Robot and meet with surgeons and OB-GYNs – Open all three days
ENTERTAIN: Tea Etiquette with Sybil Davis, Roadside Arrangements with Amanda McNulty, an interior design panel with Shani Gilchrist, and Event Do’s and Don’ts with That Teowonna, among other presentations
CARE: Admission discount with canned food for Harvest Hope Food Bank. Proceeds from the Revente’s Last Call mini boutique will go directly to the Women’s Shelter.