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 9, 2024.
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is dedicated to saving lives and bringing hope to those affected by suicide, including those who have experienced a loss. AFSP creates a culture that’s smart about mental health through public education and community programs, develops suicide prevention through research and advocacy, and provides support for those affected by suicide. Learn more about the foundation, their important work, and the ways you can become involved, by visiting their website and following them on Facebook.
Big Sky Home Health, Palliative, and Hospice
Big Sky Home Health Palliative and Hospice, formerly Hospice of Missoula, is committed to providing comfort, compassion and care to the communities and individuals they serve. They bring healthcare to you, wherever you may call home. They hope to enhance the quality of life for you and your loved ones. Whether you are on a path to healing with Home Health, comfort with Hospice, or relief of symptoms with Palliative care, they are here to advocate for your wellness and goals. They take pride in having a knowledgeable and compassionate staff of healthcare personnel ready to bring you peace of mind and any guidance you may need. You are more than your chronic illness, injury, or disease process. They would love to help you focus on what matters most to you.For more information about the services they offer, visit their website or follow them on Facebook.
BENDT Back Solutions
Jody Mohoff, Advanced Craniosacral Therapist and owner of Alternative Wellness Group, is the creator of the Pelvic Cradle and BENDT Back Solutions. The Pelvic Cradle is an innovative and simple home use device for back pain, scoliosis, disk issues, structural alignment and pelvic imbalances. Visit with Jody at the Women’s Fair to learn more about how you can alleviate your back and pelvic pain in the comfort of your own home. You can also find more information about the Pelvic Cradle and BENDT Back Solutions on their websiteor by following them on Facebook.
FROM BUMP to BABY: Since Bitterroot Health opened their doors in 1931, our community has grown – and so have they! Bitterroot Health’s Birthing Center and Maternity Team offers attentive and personalized care throughout your pregnancy to ensure your delivery is as comfortable and safe as possible. Their goal is to help you enjoy this incredible moment and focus on celebrating the new addition to your family, meaning, YOU drive all decisions surrounding your labor, delivery, and postpartum care. Their experienced and talented labor and delivery physicians are trained in a variety of birthing techniques, and they hold board certifications for Obstetrics & Gynecology and Family Medicine. You find more information about all that Bitterroot Health offers by following them on Facebook, and learn more about the birthing center on their website.
Blue Moose Pediatrics
Blue Moose Pediatrics is proud to serve the Missoula area with Tara Patrick, PNP and Heather Marshall, CPNP now helping families with their most treasured members. They offer care for children from 0-18 years of age. Visit with Blue Moose Pediatrics at the Missoula Women’s Fair to find out more about how they can help your family stay healthy and happy. You can also find more information on their website orFacebook page.
Body Contouring By Design
Body Contouring By Design is Missoula’s first body contouring studio to use ultrasonic, cavitation and various cutting edge technologies to rid fat for good with no downtime. These treatments include ultrasonic, cavitation, radio, frequency, skin tightening, laser Lipo, and red-light therapy, vacuum therapy, infrared and infrared sauna detox. Body Contouring By Design also offers conceal camouflage tattoo, permanent jewelry, and vibration therapy and teeth whitening and tooth gems, and more. Learn more about their services on their websiteand following them on Facebook.
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 websiteand Facebookpage.
Branching With Twigs
Branching with Twigs offers support for the whole family, from helping parents learn and embody their parenting values, to assisting with various developmental stages, such as sleeping through the night, potty training, and picky eating. Most importantly, Branching with Twigs helps to provide confidence and self-regulation for both children and parents. Visit them at the Women’s Fair to learn more about the services they offer and how they can assist your family. More information can also be found on their website.
Buckets of Love, Inc.
At Buckets of Love, Inc. their purpose is to make mental health a priority, and they understand that caring for your mental health looks differently for each of us. Buckets of Love believes that no one should be left behind regardless of ability to pay for services. Visit them at the Women’s Fair to learn more about this nonprofit, the important work they do, and how you can help support their mission. More information can also be found on their website, or by following them on Facebook.
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. They also provide laser therapy, grooming and boarding services. While they mainly treat cats, they happily provide treatment to small animals such as rabbits, ferrets, birds and many others. Give them a call at (406)728-0022 to find out more! You can also find more information on their website, or stay in the know by following them on Facebook.
Center for Reproductive Health
Center for Reproductive Health offers personalized fertility treatments, egg donation services, 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.
Color Street – Adina Marie
Color Street nail strips are 100% nail polish! They are proudly made in the USA with globally patented technology. Color Street nail strips are easy to apply, need no tools, are durable, and are easy to remove! Each strip is formulated with a base, color, and top coat for a salon-quality manicure in minutes, whether you’re at home or on the go. They come in a large variety of colors and designs, including solids, glitter, nail art, and French manicure! You’ll look like you spent hours in a salon – instead of minutes at home! Color Street has also created a nourishing hand and nail care line developed to complete the Color Street manicure experience Visit with Adina Marie at the Women’s Fair. You can also learn more or shop for strips on her website.
Dillard’s knows that it feels good to look good! Find them at the Women’s Fair where they will be offering professional bra fittings and Clinique makeup and skincare consultations. You can learn more about all Dillard’s offers by visiting their website.
Eating Disorder Center of Montana
The Eating Disorder Center of Montana is a licensed medical facility offering evidence-based and holistic eating disorder treatment through in-person and virtual outpatient, intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization/day treatment programs in Bozeman and Missoula. Visit them at Women’s Fair to get your questions answered. You can also find more information on their website, or by following them on Facebook.
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.
Footloose Montana is a grassroots organization dedicated to protecting all wildlife. The organization works to protect wildlife and to encourage trapping bans on public lands through education. Visit them at the Women’s Fair to learn more about their work. You can also find more information on their websiteand Facebook page.
Hometown Values Savings Magazine
If you’re looking for great deals from local businesses, you’ll want to check out the latest edition of the Hometown Values Savings Magazine, and if you’re a business owner who has something you’d like to share with other Western Montanans, you might consider putting in the next edition of the Hometown Values Savings Magazine. You can visit with a representative at the Missoula Women’s Fair or find more information on their website.
Indigenous Made Montana
Indigenous Made Montana is an inclusive and equitable platform dedicated to centering and celebrating Indigenous art and culture. Their mission is to foster cultural preservation, create economic opportunities, and amplify representation for Indigenous peoples. Through Indigenous-led and community-informed events and programming, they strive to create a space where every member, from Tiny Tot to Elder, is respectfully represented. Visit the Indigenous Made Montana booth at the Women’s Fair to see and shop Indigenous handcrafted art. Proceeds from the sale will directly support Indigenous artists from around the region. You can learn more about the work that Indigenous Made Montana does by visiting their website and following them on Facebook.
Inner Light Healing Arts
Katie Curtis, LMT, owner of Inner Light Healing Arts, offers Craniosacral Therapy and Quantum Energetic Alignment to support your body’s natural healing process. Sessions with Katie help facilitate pain relief, mind body connection and profound relaxation. Visit with Inner Light Healing Arts at the Women’s Fair where Katie will be offering mini sessions of Craniosacral Therapy. You can also learn more about the services they offer on their website.
Ive & Co. – Fine Lifestyle Design Studio
Atelier Ive & Co. helps women design their best life, inside and out. Ivette Kjelsrud, Principal Designer, offers a blend of intentional interior design and 1:1 coaching to guide clients in transforming their spaces and unlocking their own full potential. Discover your passions, cultivate self-worth, and create a life that reflects your wildest dreams. More information is available on their website or by following them on Facebook.
Jenn’s Whole Health Coaching
Jennifer Shepard is a Board Certified Holistic, Nutrition, Wellness, and Clarity Catalyst Practitioner. Her passions include motivating and encouraging others to live their best selves through education and guidance, as well as showing others their self-worth to live a fully nutritious life. She specializes in dietary transitions, such as diabetes or gluten-free living, hormone struggles, including lack of vitamin D or menopause, and clarity of one’s self. Jenn can help you decide who it is you want to be. Visit her at the Women’s Fair to learn more about what she offers, and follow her on Facebook to learn more about dietary transitions.
GBX Consultants, Inc. is the primary admissions and career transitions contractor for the Montana Job Corps programs. Anaconda & Trapper Creek Job Corps Civilian Conservation Centers are two of 24 centers that are known as Civilian Conservation Centers. These centers are operated by the U.S. Forest Service and encourage students to learn in nature and work to sustain and improve the land they live on. The Forest Service combines the traditional Job Corps program with an opportunity to serve rural America and gain the skills required to conserve the nation’s natural resources. Civilian Conservation Centers provide real life solutions to the challenges of youth unemployment and offer an integrated approach to address the nation’s conservation challenges. The program helps eligible young people ages 16-24 complete their high school education, train for meaningful careers, and assists them with obtaining employment. More information about the Trapper Creek Center and all it offers can be found on their website and by following them on Facebook.
Krieg Chiropractic Center
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 Facebookpage for more information.
Little Dumps, LLC
Little Dumps is a bulk and landscape material delivery service that covers the Missoula, Bitterroot and Flathead valleys. Since 2017, they’ve been dedicated to making it simple to order and schedule on-time and contact-free deliveries. Their trucks, software and checkout process are custom designed to help you get started. You can order, schedule, and pay online 24 hours a day. Visit them at the Women’s Fair to learn more about the services they offer. You’ll also find more information on their website or by following them on Facebook.
Magpies Chic Consignment Boutique
Magpies Chic is THE consignment boutique for women! Located at 2100 Stephens Avenue Suite 107, this small business is owned and operated by women and offer consignments by appointment only. Visit them at the Women’s Fair to find out more and do some shopping! They’ll have a pop up and some coupons to the store! Follow them on Facebook to see what they have in store.
Mary Kay Cosmetics
Monica Lueck will be talking cosmetics, skin care, gift ideas 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.
Massage Works Montana
Massage Works Montana, conveniently located in downtown Missoula, offers therapeutic massage, specializing in pain relief. With over 20 years of experience helping clients get relief from pain, Tina specializes in helping you achieve your treatment goals. Every massage is customized to address your individual pain, injuries and need for stress or tension relief. Tina is trained in a variety of therapeutic modalities and blends them as needed for the most effective massage. Visit the Massage Works Montana website for more information.
Mismo Gym has competitive cheer and gymnastics teams and is the home of the Curtain Up! Dance Company. Mismo Gym will be at the Women’s Fair to talk with aspiring performers about coming opportunities to join their teams. If there is an athlete in your family interested in competitive cheer or gymnastics or you have a dancer without a company, this is a great opportunity to learn about all Mismo Gym offers. You can also find more information on their website or by following them on Facebook.
Missoula Businesswomen’s Network
At Missoula Businesswomen’s Network, they believe in the power of community. MBN provides a space for women to connect and learn from one another, as well as access resources that will help them grow into their best selves. Whether you’re just starting out in your career or you’re a seasoned professional, MBN have something to offer. Their goal is to inspire and elevate women leaders, so they can make a difference in their communities and beyond. You can find out more about the Missoula Businesswomen’s Network, and all they offer, on the organization’s websiteor by following them on Facebook.
Missoula Hell Gate Elks Lodge #383
The Missoula Hell Gate Elks Lodge #383 was founded in 1897 and has given over $1.5 million back to the Missoula community through scholarships, youth programs, veterans services, drug awareness programs, aid to Rural Volunteer Fire Departments, the Warmth 4 Winter Kids Clothing Drive, and other community investment programs. The Hell Gate Lodge is a chartered organization of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, founded in 1868. Last year the Hell Gate Elks elected their first woman Exalted Ruler (President) and have a number of women who are active members. The organization feels that their depends on the active participation of women, and invite everyone to visit their booth to learn more about the work that they do. You can also visit their websiteor follow them on Facebook for find more information.
Missoula Public Health
Missoula Public Health’s mission is to build conditions that support the health of people, environments, and communities. Visit them at the Women’s Fair where they’ll have information from the WIC and Home Visiting Departments as well as be offering Flu, Covid, TDaP, HPV, MPXM and Shingrix vaccines. You can learn more about what Missoula Public Health offers on the website, or by following them on Facebook.
Missoula Softball Association
The Missoula Softball Association (MSA) offers slow-pitch softball for women, men, co-rec, and 45+ divisions and various levels of play. The league has been running for over 30 years. MSA runs the largest slow-pitch league in Missoula, second largest league in Montana, and offers several tournaments to keep the Missoula softball community involved. The goals of MSA are to provide opportunity for the Missoula and Northwest softball communities by fostering, developing, promoting, and conducting slow-pitch softball in a safe, fun, and healthy environment. Visit with them at the Women’s Fair to learn more about softball, and how you can get involved with the Missoula Softball Association. You can also find more information on their website, and follow them on Facebook to keep up with their events.
Missoula Surgical Associates
Missoula Surgical Associates have been helping Missoulians stay strong for over 30 years. Their highly skilled and experienced surgeons specialize in the treatment of varicose veins, breast cancer, colon cancer, minimally invasive hernia repair, gallbladder disease, and GERD. They perform most surgeries robotically to get you back on your feet faster. Their dedicated Vein Center has top of the line technology and dedicated staff to treat varicose veins. We treat only what needs to be treated, nothing more, nothing less. Visit their website or Facebook page for more information.
Montana Apothecary & Compounding
Montana Apothecary & Compounding specializes in hormone and nutritional testing as well as personalized consultations to address a wide range of health concerns. They offer countless therapeutic possibilities and is able to meet the unique needs of specific patients with our state-of-the-art compounding lab. The lab contains equipment not found at most pharmacies, enabling technicians to compound precise medications to match the prescriber’s exact specifications. Visit their website or Facebook page for more information.
Montana Telecommunications Access Program (MTAP)
The mission of the Montana Telecommunications Access Program is to improve the quality of life for all Montanans through education, innovation, and technology, by enhancing communications options. If you or someone you love has difficulty using a standard telephone, connect with the Montana Telecommunications Access Program (MTAP) and Montana Relay. A service of the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services, they’re here to make communicating by telephone simple, dependable, and convenient for you and your family. For more information visit their website or follow them on Facebook.
My Little Black Heart Jewelry
My Little Black Heart Jewelry offers handmade jewelry that will make any Little Black Heart skip a beat. From earrings and necklaces to pedants and bracelets, there are all sorts of beautiful options! Visit them at the Women’s Fair to see and shop the inventory. You can also view the jewelry on Etsy and Facebook.
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 websiteand her Facebook page to learn more.
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.
Partners In Home Care
Partners In Home Care has been providing quality home health care services to patients and families throughout Western Montana since 1987. They are passionately committed to assisting patients and families in achieving optimal health, independence, and comfort through high quality, cost-effective home and community health-related services. Whether you are recovering from surgery or illness or living with a chronic disease like Diabetes or COPD, Partners In Home Care works closely with your physician to coordinate all aspects of your care to help you recover and regain your independence. The home health care Partners In Home Care offers includes the following services: Skilled Nursing, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Social Work, Pharmacy, and Home Health Aide. You can find more information about how they help their clients by visiting their website or following them on Facebook.
Peak Performance Physical Therapy
Peak Performance Physical Therapy was established in 1995, by Jill A. Olson, PT, a 5th generation Missoulian. Jill and her staff are committed to keeping their finger on the pulse of Missoula’s healthcare needs, staying on the cutting edge of physical therapy, and giving back to Missoula with gratitude for what Missoula has given them through multiple generations. Visit them at the Women’s Fair, where they will be providing education on the many facets of physical therapy and how it can improve the quality of life for women. Peak Performance specializes in the areas of Pelvic Health, Perinatal Therapy, Breast Cancer Rehabilitation (including lymphedema and scar mobilization), Post-Mastectomy Prosthesis Fittings, POTS (Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome), Concussions, Headaches, Migraines, and Dizziness. You can also find more information about the services they offer by visiting their website or following them on Facebook.
PEO of Missoula
PEO of Missoula focuses on providing educational opportunities, for women interested in furthering their education or re-entering the academic world, by raising funds for numerous grants and scholarships. Visit with the organization at the Women’s Fair to learn more about how you can get involved in their efforts, or apply for grants or scholarships.
Polar Clean Air, Inc.
Polar Clean Air, Inc. is POLAR NATION and an authorized rainbow distributor since 1995. The Rainbow® Cleaning System provides certified air cleaning to your home environment. The air purifier is the original water-based home cleaning system and is built to last. The system helps with asthma, allergies, dust, breathing better, and a lot more! Visit them at the Women’s Fair to see all the air purifier can do, and enter the drawing for a chance to win one of your own. Learn more about Polar Clean Air on their website or Facebook page.
Located in Southgate Mall, Riddle’s Jewelry carries a wide variety of diamond and gemstone pieces in stock, and also offers on site jewelry repair services. Riddle’s Jewelry is a family-owned fine jeweler chain with one local branch in Missoula. Visit them at the Women’s Fair to learn more about all they offer and see some beautiful jewelry. Want to know more before then? Visit their website or follow them on Facebook!
Run Wild Missoula
Run Wild Missoula is a running club with a mission to support Missoula’s runners and walkers of all ages, abilities and backgrounds. With 1,600+ members, you’ll find like-minded movers — along with plenty of ways to expand your view of Missoula. They are proud to be a group suited for both beginners and elites, offering a full slate of yearly races, weekly training groups and everything in between. If you want to get fit, compete, or meet new folks, join us and get moving. You’ll find more information about Run Wild Missoula on the club’s website or by following them on Facebook.
Sacred Roots Doula
Sacred Roots Doula provides informed and compassionate birth, postpartum and death doula care to Missoula and surrounding areas. Joyfully offering classes, consultations and in person extended care. Visit with Marisa at the Women’s Fair to learn more about the services Sacred Roots Doula offers. You can also find more information on the Sacred Roots Doula website or on Facebook.
Scentsy – Independent Consultant Ariell Voegele
Looking for the perfect scent for your home? Independent Scentsy Consultant Ariell Voegele has been a Scentsy consultant for over 15 years and can help you find the perfect wax, warmers, buddies and more! Come visit with her at the Women’s Fair to see some of the latest products, stock up on Scentsy for your home, book a party, and see how Scentsy fits in your life. You can also learn more by following her on Facebookor shopping directly from her website.
Soroptimist International of Missoula
Soroptimist is a global volunteer organization that that supports and invests in the dreams of women and girls by providing them with access to the education and training they need to achieve economic empowerment. In Missoula, the organization is known as the Bingo ladies. They raise money at the Western Montana Fair to give back to women and girls in our community. You can learn more about this organization, and how you can support their efforts, by visiting their website or by following them on Facebook.
The Goodman Group
The Goodman Group is a property management company that manages skilled nursing and assisted living facilities nationwide. The have both clinical (nursing) and nonclinical positions open and offer paid CAN training. Visit with them at the Women’s Fair to learn more about the career options available. You can also find out more about The Goodman Group by visiting their website and following them on Facebook.
The Lash Company & Specialty Spa
LASHco is a full-service day spa specializing in eyelash extensions. They also offer all things skin care, such as facials, chemical peels, and microdermabrasion. They are your one stop shop for full body waxing, lash lift and tints, brow services, and airbrush spray tans. For more information about the services they offer, follow them on Facebook or visit their website.
The University of Montana’s S.E.A. Change Initiative
UM’s S.E.A. Change Initiative will offer a free summer camp for high school students from June 10 – 15, 2024. This summer camp is an expression of the University of Montana’s S.E.A. Change (Safe—Empowered—Accelerated) Initiative. The S.E.A. Change Initiative amplifies UM’s commitment to gender equity through a campus culture that places the safety and well-being of students first and that seeks opportunities to empower all women while accelerating their efforts to shape the future through lives of impact. The University sees this summer camp as a part of a better future. Through this week-long summer camp addressing gender equity and empowerment, students will have the opportunity to learn, share perspectives, grow and have fun! Students will stay on campus for the duration of the summer camp and will be accompanied by university students from the S.E.A. Change Initiative cohort who will be their camp counselors. All food and amenities will be provided. Space is limited! Applicants are considered on a first-come, first-serve basis. Applications are accepted until space is filled. More information about the S.E.A. Change Initiative, and the summer camp can be found on the university’s website.
TWKalispell – Your Tupperware Connection
TWKalispell is all about the party, the Tupperware Party, that is. Be sure you visit with Eva at the Women’s Fair to learn more about all the new products Tupperware has available to help you save on time, waste, space and money! She’ll have some demos, and some cash and carry items as well as taking orders and booking parties. If you’re interested in becoming a consultant, she’ll have information on that, too. If you want to shop before the fair, visit Eva’s websiteor follow TWKalispell on Facebook.
The Uncharted Outdoorswomen organization is women providing women outdoor skills camps for survival, foraging, herbalism, hunting, and fishing. They are the first all-woman owned and operated outfitter in North America. Their goals are to build an inclusive community, build confidence, develop outdoor skills, and teach ethical habitat and wildlife use practices. Conservation is one of their highest priorities; having a good time lies just below that. Visit them at the Women’s Fair to learn more about how they can give you the adventure you crave. More information can also be found on their website and by following them on Facebook.
Wellness First Family Chiropractic
When joining the Wellness First Family Chiropractic office family, you might find the clinic to be a little different than other chiropractic offices. Wellness First has a more relaxed approach to care. Dr. Lindsey wants your experience to be more than just an adjustment or quick fix. She wants to build a relationship that is honest and caring and focuses on increasing your quality and outlook on life. Dr. Lindsey has additional education in pregnancy, postpartum, and pediatrics. She is passionate about serving the women in this community in any way she can. Visit the Wellness First Family Chiropractic website for more information.
Your Home Improvement Company
Your Home Improvement Company is a home improvement company that offers bathroom remodeling, windows, and patio doors and cabinet resurfacing services throughout the state of Montana. They bring the best of the best in personalized products, customer service, and home remodeling. YHIC can help you make your home accessible and safe for you, allowing you to stay in it longer. They offer free estimates. Visit them at the Women’s Fair to get your questions answered. You can also find more information on their website.
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