2022 Exhibitors

Welcome to the Missoula Women’s Fair 2022 Exhibitors

Women from all over Western Montana pour into the Women’s Fair every year to indulge in the very best Missoula has to offer in shopping, fashion, food, entertainment, cosmetics, home, health and more. It’s a fabulous day to celebrate the beginning of spring with a relaxing day of pampering with entertainment, samples, prizes, massages and endless retail therapy. Don’t miss the fair on Saturday, March 5, 2022.

Interested in being an exhibitor or sponsor? Click HERE to register your business.

Mismo Gym

Our 2022 Title Sponsor, Mismo Gym is in the business of human development. They use the great sports of gymnastics, dance, cheer, and ninja to develop high self-esteem, physical strength, and confidence. Mismo is home to Mismo Gymnastics, Summit Cheer at Mismo, On Center Performing Arts, Curtain Up! Performing Co. and Mismo Ninja! They offer something for everyone, from classes and summer camps to birthday parties and family fun time. visit www.mismogym.com to learn more. 

Aj’s Gluten-Free Cafe & Bakery & Jenn’s Whole Health

A Board Certified Holistic Nutrition & Wellness Coach, Jenn can assist you in finding the healthiest, happiest version of yourself. Aj’s Gluten-Free Cafe and Bakery is 100% Gluten-Free with no chance of cross-contamination. They also specialize in other dietary needs, health coaching, prepped meal programs, cooking classes and more. Visit their website and Facebook page for more information.

Ascension Teas

Ascension Teas, which are blended in Montana, directly sources tea from estates that sustainably farm (e.g. no pesticides, wildlife corridors, fair wages and bonuses to employees etc). The tea from these estates are used to create tea blends that give customers an uplifting experience to incorporate to their day to day. In addition, they craft herbal tisanes for those trying to wean themselves off of caffeine. Ascension teas offers tea club subscriptions, which provides customers with opportunities to try various different teas as well as virtual tea tastings and discount codes. Visit them at the Women’s Fair to check out the selection. You’ll find more information on their website and Facebook page.

Bespoke Beauty & Wellness

Bespoke Beauty & Wellness is Missoula’s first clinic to combine aesthetic services with functional health and regenerative medicine. At Bespoke Beauty & Wellness, they offer custom esthetic skin care like facials and waxing and medical and aesthetic services including but not limited to Botox and fillers. They also offer medical services that are individualized to your personal needs and designed to optimize human health through a holistic approach. Bespoke Beauty & Wellness aims to combine conventional medicine and functional health through proven natural therapies and meticulous bio-analytical testing to create individualized treatment plans. Through this approach, they can address the source of the problem by identifying the underlying causes of certain diseases and illnesses. For more information visit their website and Facebook page.

BioLife Plasma Services

BioLife Plasma Services is an industry leader in the collection of high-quality plasma that is processed into life-saving plasma-based therapies. Their mission is to provide the highest-quality plasma to meet the expectations of our customers, ensuring the availability of life-saving therapies for patients. They work hard to innovate the plasma donation journey responsibly, by creating a personal experience where everyone can help change a life and save a life. Visit them at the Women’s Fair for more information, promo items, and special offers. You can also find more information on their website or Facebook page.

Boeson Research

Boeson Research is a multi-specialty clinical research company conducting Phase II-IV clinical and observational trials. Boeson allows rural communities the opportunity to participate in clinical research and groundbreaking opportunities to improve health. Visit them at the Women’s Fair to find out more about the opportunities they have available. You can also find more information on their website and Facebook page.

Cats On Broadway Veterinary Hospital

Cats on Broadway Veterinary Hospital is the premier veterinarian in Missoula for compassionate care for your cat!  They specialize in feline veterinary medicine, dentistry, food, and supplies.  Cats on Broadway also provides laser therapy, grooming, and boarding services. Visit their website or Facebook page to learn more.

Center for Reproductive Health

Center for Reproductive Health offers personalized fertility treatments and support for couples and individuals. Founded in 1998, Center for Reproductive Health has helped more than 4,000 Inland Northwest families conceive babies and has grown to be Spokane’s largest reproductive health clinic. Visit them at the Women’s Fair, where they’ll have information for those struggling with infertility. Visit their website to learn more.

doTERRA – Kathy Finneman

Essential oils are natural aromatic compounds found in the seeds, bark, stems, roots, and flowers of plants. They can be both beautifully and powerfully fragrant, eliciting profound emotional responses. Each oil is carefully extracted by a global network of skilled growers, distillers, and chemists ensuring a consistently powerful user experience. Visit Kathy’s booth at the Women’s Fair to learn more.

Dr. Kate Baker

Dr. Kate Baker, DPT is a physical therapist specializing in the manual (hands on) therapy techniques of Jones Counterstrain and Active Release Technique (A.R.T.). Professionally, she is a licensed Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT). She completed extensive training and mentorship with Dr. Ellora Weston, DPT, OCS, SFMA of Sonora, CA in both Active Release Technique (ART) and Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA).  She has earned certifications in advanced full-body Active Release Technique, SFMA, the Functional Movement Screen (FMS), TRX Sports Medicine, and classical Pilates.  Dr. Kate is currently pursuing certification in Jones Counterstrain to add to her manual therapy skills. She believes in a tailored approach toward treating patients, incorporating hands-on techniques to restore mobility and reduce pain as needed while working toward building strength, stability, and proper movement patterning from the ground up. Should you choose her as your physical therapist, you’ll be welcomed into her home in East Missoula. You may hear her dogs barking and chickens clucking from the back yard as you enter through her gate. To welcome you in the waiting room will be comfy chairs, hot coffee and tea, and often a toasty fire on cold days. She has chosen to practice out of her home for several reasons, the first being to create a warm environment for her patients – you won’t find it to be the gym or office setting typical of most physical therapy clinics. Secondly, is so that she can provide services to patients regardless of their insurance plan. It’s no secret in the physical therapy world that insurance reimbursement is declining, often forcing clinics to either limit their acceptance of patients with lower-paying insurance plans (or stop accepting insurance altogether) in order to afford their overhead. By practicing out of her home, this becomes less of an issue. 200 years ago, it was commonplace for folks to live above or behind the family business – The third reason is so that she can spend more time with her child, rather than spending time commuting – thirty minutes a day in the car adds up. Ultimately, working from home allows her more time and resources to be the best physical therapist and mother she can be. Visit her at the Women’s Fair to learn more about how she can help you. You can also find more information on her website and Facebook page.


ECKANKAR in Montana is an organization on the path to spiritual freedom. Members of Eckankar come from all walks of life and live throughout the state. A variety of classes and events are sponsored by Eckankar in Montana.  Members of the Montana Satsang Society are located in all of the major cities in Montana. Visit with them at the Women’s Fair to learn more or check out their website.

The Jadyn Fred Foundation was established in 2001 in memory of Jadyn Fred, who was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 3. Her condition, Pancreatoblastoma, was only one of two clinically identified cases of its type on record. Since her cancer was so rare, Jadyn required specialized treatment from a team of doctors at Seattle Children’s Hospital. The dedicated specialists and state-of-the-art facility offered Jadyn something that any parent would want for their child, the hope of being a cancer survivor. Over the course of three years, countless visits to Children’s Hospital allowed Jadyn’s family an opportunity to view a world that they scarcely knew existed. It’s a lifelong commitment for Britt and Alecia, Jadyn’s parents, to use the experience that touched their lives so deeply to help others—providing financial support to families facing serious health issues.The foundation raises funds through events like the Jadyn Fred Golf Scramble, held annually at Larchmont Golf Course, the Jadyn Fred Benefit Auction and many more. Visit the Foundation’s website and Facebook page for more information.

Krieg Chiropractic Center, Inc.

Krieg Chiropractic Center is here for Missoula chiropractic patients and their families who want better health and better energy for a better life.  Stop by their booth at the Women’s Fair for free stress evaluations and health screenings. Visit their website or Facebook page for more information.

LASHco The Lash Company & Specialty Spa

LASHco The Lash Company & Specialty Spa is an eyelash extensions studio and day spa. They specialize in eyelash extensions, eyelash lifts and tints, brow lamination, facial waxing and full body waxing, facials, chemical peels, microdermabrasion, and spray tan. Visit them at the Women’s Fair where they’ll be answering questions and offering product samples and coupons. Learn more about the services these talented ladies offer on their website, or by following them on Facebook.

Lil Griz Cub House

Lil Griz Cub House is a fun and safe drop-in daycare and play center for children ages 12 months to 12 years. The staff at Lil Griz Cub House works hard to create an environment that promotes self-confidence, encourages a love for learning, and celebrates each child’s individuality! From drop in to preschool to summer camp, there is something for kids to do all year long! Visit them at the Women’s Fair to meet the new owners, jump around on their bounce house, and get all the info on their drop in, preschool, and summer camp programs! You’ll also find more information on their website or Facebook page.

Makin’ Life Sparkle with Mykell – Independent Color Street Senior Director

Stop by the Color Street booth at the Women’s Fair and let Mykell show you how to have beautiful nails in minutes! No heat, no special tools, no mess & no more smudges with these DRY nail polish strips! You can also find more information and do some shopping on Mykell’s website or in her Facebook group.

Mary Kay Cosmetics

Monica Lueck will be talking cosmetics, skin care, and an exciting business opportunity at the Mary Kay booth this year. They say if you love what you do, it won’t even feel like work. But what if you could love your work and enjoy doing the things you love in life – like spending time with family, traveling, shopping or following your artistic passions? YOU CAN!  Visit Monica’s website for more information.

Missoula Aging Services

Missoula Aging Services is here for older adults and those who care for them. The organization provides a wide variety of services that promote the independence, dignity, and health of older adults. They offer resources and education for older adults as well as caregivers. They enlist the help of volunteers to help make our community a better place to live by sharing their skills and talents. Missoula Aging Services works to address the health and well being of older adults in all aspects of daily life. Whether providing nutritious meals to homebound individuals, assisting with questions about retirement, or supporting people living with dementia, Missoula Aging Services connects people with the resources to live full, independent lives as they age. You can learn more about the services they offer by visiting their website.

Missoula Businesswomen’s Network

The Missoula Businesswomen’s Network (MBN) is a group of women supporting women. The nonprofit networking group aims to help the businesswomen of Missoula by offering their members each other’s encouragement and experience. They currently meet on the second Wednesday of the month at the ZACC from noon to 1pm. You can learn more about the MBN on their website or Facebook page.

Missoula Surgical Associates 

Missoula Surgical Associates have been helping Missoulians stay strong for over 25 years. Their four experienced surgeons specialize in the treatment of varicose veins, breast cancer, colon cancer, gallbladder disease, hernia repair, gallbladder disease, and GERD. In addition, they perform surgery both laparoscopically and robotically to get you back on your feet faster. Visit their website or Facebook page for more information.

Montana Women Vote works statewide to engage low-income and Indigenous women and families, LGBTQ folks, Two-Spirit and nonbinary folks, Black and other Montanans of Color, and their allies, in the democratic process as informed voters, policy advocates, and community leaders. More information about their work can be found on their website and Facebook page.

Montana Youth Challenge Academy

The Montana Youth Challenge Academy is a residential academic intervention program on the campus of the University of Montana Western for 16-18 year old students who are at risk of high school dropout. Designed by the National Guard Bureau and run through a cooperative agreement between the federal government and the state of Montana, the Academy offers military-style structure and discipline along with academic, professional, and life-coping skills students need to become productive citizens. More information is available on their website and Facebook page.

The MotherMoon Project aims to gain sponsorship and funding to holistically support new and expecting families by connecting them with the resources they need. The organization aims to take the financial limitations inhibiting each family from getting care and put it in the hands of our community, to create a woven fabric that holds every mother, every family who needs it, every time. They have a goal to create a sanctuary for any family member who is struggling and help them find support, healing, and empowerment. You can find out more by visiting their website or Facebook page.

Norwex with Leah Rissien

Norwex offers effective, safe, and sustainable solutions for household cleaning and personal care. Norwex features the world’s highest quality microfiber cloths; plus, plant-based and enzyme powered products that are developed and produced in the USA. Visit with Leah at the Women’s Fair to discuss how her products can change the way you clean. You can also visit her website and her Facebook page to learn more.

NW Cryobank

Founded in 1986, NW Cryobank by Generate Life Sciences has been established as one of the nation’s leading cryobanks, providing exceptional donor sperm and andrology services. NW Cryobank offers one of the nation’s largest selections of high-quality sperm donors featuring college educated donors from campuses throughout the Pacific Northwest. Due to their rigorous donor requirements, only 1% of those that apply to become a donor will be selected. The skilled staff at NW Cryobank works to provide their clients with peace of mind when it comes to dealing with the challenges of growing their families. In addition, the staff is highly experienced in screening donor candidates and optimizing specimen quality. NW Cryobank ships nationwide to your clinic or directly to your home for your privacy and convenience where allowed by state law. To learn more or start browsing donors, visit their website or Facebook page.

Opportunity Resources, Inc. (ORI) is a Missoula-based 501(c)3 nonprofit organization whose mission is “Supporting Persons with Disabilities in Enhancing Their Quality of Life.” Since its incorporation as Opportunity School Foundation in 1955, ORI has pioneered the empowerment of individuals with disabilities on many societal fronts—housing, employment, education, arts, and community integration. Currently, ORI supports 750 Western Montana individuals with a wide spectrum of developmental and intellectual disabilities, physical disabilities, mental illness, traumatic brain injuries, visual impairments; and also supports disabled veterans. Learn more about all they do by visiting their website or Facebook page.

Orangetheory Fitness Missoula

Orangetheory Fitness believes that 60 minutes is all it takes to change your body and transform your life. Their science-backed, technology-tracked, coach-inspired group workout is designed to produce results from the inside out. Visit them at the Women’s Fair to find out more. You’ll also find more information on their website or Facebook page.

Origami Owl with Sydney Ward

Origami Owl offers customizable jewelry, making it easy for you to create that perfect, meaningful piece for yourself or someone special in your life. From curated essentials to limited edition collectables, they have something for everyone. Visit with Sydney at the Women’s Fair to learn more about all they offer. You can also find more information on her website or in her Facebook group.

OsteoStrong Missoula

OsteoStrong is for all ages and builds stronger bones, better balance, improves energy and increases strength and power so you can live well, work hard and play harder. You can learn more about the program and its benefits on their website and Facebook page.

PEAK Health & Wellness

PEAK Health and Wellness is a full service health and wellness center. They offer 140+ complimentary group fit, cycling, mind/body and aquatic classes along with cardio, weights, a functional training area, full service day spa and salon, tennis, handball, racquetball, squash and pickleball, an indoor running track, a 25 yard lap pool and basketball, dry sauna, steam rooms and hot tub, personal and small group training. The beautiful lobby and locker rooms along with a friendly and knowledgeable staff, sets them apart from other clubs! Visit them at the Women’s Fair to learn how they can help you on your fitness journey. You can also find more information about all they offer on their website or Facebook page.

Renewal by Andersen of Montana

Renewal by Andersen is the replacement division of Andersen Windows with their exclusive FIBREX custom made windows! They offer free in-home estimates for those looking to replace their windows and patio doors! Visit them at the Women’s Fair to find out more! You can also find more information on their website or Facebook page.

Roots Birth & Women’s Health

As midwives, the ladies of Roots Birth & Women’s Health care for women across the lifespan from menarche to menopause as well as during low-risk pregnancies. They provide evidence-based, holistic care and work with you to make the best health choices for you and your family. You can find more information on their website or Facebook page.

Sabrina’s Little Witchy Things

Sabrina’s Little Witchy Things offers Crystal points, towers, spheres, carvings and raw specimens. Sabrina also designs wire wrapped crystal jewelry. Visit the booth at the Women’s Fair to see some inventory. You can also see more of what Sabrina’s Little Witchy Things has in stock by visiting their website or Facebook page.

Voyager Travel Group

Voyager Travel Group is dedicated to designing the vacation that is perfect for you. They specialize in cruises, so whether you are interested in river boats, luxury travel, resorts, cruises, or tours, they can help personalize your next trip. Visit them at the Women’s Fair to find out more about all they do. You can also find more information on their website or Facebook page.

Wellness First Family Chiropractic

Wellness First Family Chiropractic offers both chiropractic and nutritional resources. It is never too early to take control of your health, from pregnancy to childhood and beyond. Although the focus is on mommas and kiddos, Wellness First Family Chiropractic believe in health for all. Dr. Lindsey is passionate about working with women and children and has additional training in these areas. She invites you to come by the kid friendly office and become a part of the family. For more information about all they offer be sure to stop by the booth at the Women’s Fair. You can also visit their website or follow them on Facebook.

Interested in being an exhibitor or sponsor? Click HERE for more information.