The fifth annual Women's Extravaganza was held on Sunday at Mylan Park.
Women got to spend the day at the expo that featured more than 85 vendors.
The vendors offered a wide range of products and services including fashion, jewelry, healthcare, home decorating, fitness information, and spas.
There was entertainment at the expo including an Elvis impersonator and the Motown Strutters.
Presentations were also included at the extravaganza. Zumba, and beauty demonstrations were some of the presentations women could enjoy.
The show also promoted breast cancer awareness.
"We are definitely here to bring more awareness to breast cancer. We have Bonnie's Bus here doing free mammograms for women who don't have insurance and who are over 40 years old. We have a silent auction and all the money goes to breast cancer, and we have educational seminars on breast cancer, so we are doing a lot to help make people more aware," said Labeth Hall, with PR Plus Events, and show organizer.
A grand prize basket was given away at the end of the show, which included a weekend stay at the Greenbrier Resort.
For more information on the Women's Extravaganza visit the website here.