Sep 27, 2012 - From staff reportsKathleen Irvin of Riverton's Irvin Cellars will be featured during this year's Wyoming Women's Expo, scheduled for Oct. 5 to Oct. 6 at the Casper Event Center.
Irvin harvests native wild berries and Wyoming-grown grapes at 101 Webbwood Road in Riverton, processing the fruit into a variety of specialty and seasonal wines. She can be contacted through her website, irvincellarwinery.com, or by phone at 856-2173.
For two days, the WWE brings women together to experience unique shopping, pampering and a variety of products and services. Exhibitors cover beauty, health, finance, career, home, food, special events and hands-on demonstrations.
Expo organizers say their goal is to make a difference in women's lives by presenting resources to help women flourish and succeed in all aspects of their lives. To achieve that goal, organizers include networking opportunities and seminars that can influence women and their families.
Admission to the WWE is $20 Friday and $5 Saturday, with two-day passes worth $22. Visit wyomingwomensexpo.com for more information.
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