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Record setting attendance boosts annual Women’s Expo in Dickinson

The Dickinson Press' annual Women's Expo brought attendees from far and wide in support of small businesses.

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The 2022 Dickinson Press Women's Expo was a huge hit with over 1,000 attendees.
Photo by Amber I. Neate
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DICKINSON — The Dickinson Press hosted its annual Women’s Expo Saturday, August 27 at the West River Ice Center in Dickinson. The free event featured over 75 vendors and booths, a fashion show, door prizes, shopping, entertainment and more.

The Press has been putting on the event for over 20 years, but this year’s turnout was one for the books, welcoming over 1,000 guests to browse and enjoy the fun. Venders showcased everything from handmade art, jewelry, clothing and makeup to toys, candles, and even dog treats.

Among the many booths were those representing local businesses, and even a few booths that offered educational information. The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Badlands Hemp and Club Scout Pack 112 were among the many booths to generate buzz at this year's event.

Attendees had an opportunity to listen to presentations by guest speakers on topics including life enrichment, proper stretch techniques, ADHD management and breath work. The Prairie Rose Barbershop Chorus took center stage in the afternoon, to sing a few melodies for the crowd in a performance that far surpassed the one from last year.

Several smiling little girls modeled colorful clothing looks for back to school and the coming fall season during a fashion show featuring outfits provided by local clothing boutiques such as Chambré, Bee Unique Boutique, Five Girls Children’s Boutique and others.

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The Expo offered something fun for the kids including a bounce castle and a painting workshop, and many children were among the crowds.

Shoppers could conclude their browsing experience with a refreshment from Frozen Treats or sink their teeth into a meal at the Kubo Asian and Pacific Cuisine food truck.

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Amber Neate grew up in rural Skull Valley, Arizona. Her passion of covering sports of all types, including personal favorites wrestling, hockey, rodeo and football, began at an early age.

She obtained her Associate of Arts Degree from Yavapai Community College before attending Northern Arizona University for a three-year journalism program. While at NAU, Neate worked as an Assistant Sports Editor for the Lumberjack Newspaper as well as a hockey commentator for KJACK Radio.

Gaining her experience working for a small community paper, The Wickenburg Sun, as a general news and features reporter, her love for sports and a small-town community brings her to Dickinson to cover southwest North Dakota sports.

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