Vermont’s largest event for baby boomers and seniors slated for Jan. 26 in Burlington

January 11, 2013  
Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Toni Catlin and Brett Hughes will perform at the Vermont 50-Plus & Baby Boomers EXPO on Jan. 26.

Guest speakers include former Gov. Madeleine Kunin; international elder abuse expert Lillian Jeter

The 18th annual Vermont 50-Plus & Baby Boomers EXPO will be held Saturday, Jan. 26, 2013 at the Sheraton-Burlington Hotel & Conference Center from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Baby Boomers, seniors and all ages are invited to enjoy a day of fun and learning featuring: more than 80 interactive exhibits; 12 seminars and workshops including Dr. Stuart Offer on age-erasing superfoods,  Madeleine Kunin on “The New Feminist Agenda,” international elder abuse expert Lillian Jeter on combating and preventing elder abuse, and Feng Shui consultant Lydia Solini; fashion show featuring F.H. Clothing Company of Quechee, Vt.; giveaways including a trip for two; Lyric Theatre Company performing songs from Broadway musicals old and new including tunes from Lyric’s current season productions of “RENT” and “Oliver”; afternoon dance party with DJ Charlie Rice; live music featuring Nashville singer/songwriter Toni Catlin with Brett Hughes, as well as an exclusive engagement with members of the Amida Bourbon Project, including international singer/songwriter Aya Inoue; hula hoop and Zumba fitness demos; silent auction to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association-VT; art workshops; free coffee tasting and more.

Tickets are $5 at the door, $4 in advance. Advance tickets can be ordered by phone, by visiting the University Mall Customer Service Desk or online at www.vermontmaturity.com/expo

For more information, visit www.vermontmaturity.com/expo or call (802)-872-9000 x18, or email vermontmaturity@aol.com.

 

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