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Admission Children 12 and under


Introducing: The first Mountain Spirits Cocktail Competition!


SPIRITS cocktail competition

Tickets $15 to benefit Women’s Resource Center. Details on page 12.

for a day of entertainment, shopping, seminars, workshops


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Carrie Cass V I C E P R ES I D E N T O F A DV E RT I S I N G

David Habrat FOU R CO R N E RS E X P OS

Sharon Hermes Abby Feldman M A N AG E R O F C R EAT I V E S E RV I C ES

Tad Smith S P EC I A L S EC T I O N S E D I TO R

Hunter Harrell A DV E RT I S I N G D ES I G N E RS

Christian Ridings, Renee Bruch A DV E RT I S I N G ASS I STA N TS

Amy Baird, Emily Campana, Tana Bowen

The Durango Herald uses reasonable effort to include accurate and up-to-date information for its special magazine publications. However, all information comes from a variety of sources and may change at any time for any reason. To verify specific information, refer to the organization or business noted. To view the online version of this guide, visit:

SAVE THE DATES Four Corners Expos

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What a Girl Wants Expo Discover the top products and services available to women in the

ON SATURDAY, NOV. 10, a slew of vendors and enter to win one of the vendors from across the region will awesome door prizes available this gather to showcase their year. Bring a book to swap with Four Corners latest and greatest offers Durango Friends of the Library, and professional skills enjoy drinks by Singletrack Expos at the La Plata County Coffee and food catered by appreciates Fairgrounds. Doors open Bloom Café. Take a fun photo at 10 a.m., and admission to enter a giveaway from Allison our partners, costs $5. Ragsdale Photography. sponsors, This event covers a wide For an additional $15, watch variety of interests, all regional bartenders from area vendors, inspired by the diverse hot spots like The Billy Goat volunteers and women in the Four Corners. Saloon, Eno Cocktail and Wine attendees for From jewelry, cosmetics, Bar and The Wild Horse Saloon clothing and accessories, face-off in the first Mountain making this to outdoor recreation and Spirits Cocktail Competition event successful. fitness, there is a little benefitting Women’s Resource something here for Center beginning at noon. Those everyone. With a mix of unique items who participate receive six to eight and special deals, finding gifts before tastings and can vote for the winner. the holiday season is a breeze. The winner will be announced at the During the event, those end of the event. l who attend the expo can participate in seminars and workshops taught by locals that will inform, entertain and enlighten. Try samples from

region at this annual event.


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What do girls REALLY want?

NOVEMBER 10, 2018 | 10AM - 4PM | BOOTH 58


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What’s new

SINCE 2013, Four Corners Expos Entertainment has hosted an exclusive event just We welcomed local musicians to for women. This year, our Home and Ranch expo, Four Corners we have worked hard to and it was a hit. This year, we produce a show that is Expos is excited included performers in our more than browsing and What a Girl Wants line-up. This to see this event year, we have three sessions, shopping the luxuries and services available to our including a ukulele jam. Turn turn into a fun community. Since the and inexpensive to page 11 for performer fall expo takes place biographies and the full before the holidays, of girl’s day away. entertainment schedule. course, attendees can still find clothing, accessories, cosmetics, Workshops & Seminars jewelry, home décor, health and fitness Whether looking for inspiration and children’s products. or recreation, this event is going to But there are four new additions to the deliver. Professionals will present event that make it worth more than the informative seminars on topics such cost of admission. as menopause and wine. Others will

Come visit us in booths 13 & 14! Stop by the awesome photo op backdrop by the entrance to enter to win a $1000 photo shoot for most creative photo in the #whatagirlwantsexpo contest!

gifts special events everything floral for any & all occassions

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970.247.1633 2075 Main Ave. @aprilsgardendurango


inspire participants or teach them new skills, such as cooking and mindfulness. Whether decision-making is a struggle, self-confidence is lacking or mom needs a break, these presentations will leave you feeling connected and refreshed. All programs will take place in the upstairs classroom in the Exhibit Hall. For a complete list of programs and full schedule, go to page 8.

Book Swap Durango Friends of the Library will join What A Girl Wants by hosting a special book swap at booth 116.

Women who attend the expo should bring a book to give to Friends of the Library and grab a new one to take home. Four Corners Expos wants to encourage participants to insert a written note about how or why this book had an impact or some information about the giver to share with another member of the community.

Mountain Spirits Cocktail Competition What a Girl Wants is partnering with Women’s Resource Center for the first Mountain Spirits Cocktail Competition. Female

bartenders will face-off, creating creative cocktails to present to four judges and the audience. To participate in tasting and voting for the winner, attendees must purchase a ticket. All proceeds from tickets to the contest benefit WRC. More information about tickets and the schedule is on page 12. Four Corners Expos is excited to see this event turn into a fun and inexpensive girl’s day away. Attend the event and give us feedback for next year. For more information about this event, vendors and how to get involved read on and visit cocktail competition what-a-girl-wants-expo/. l



Come by booth 48 for the chance to win a FREE portrait session and celebrate you! There are so many reasons to secure a photo session. Christmas cards, growing children, a dating profile that captures you, or maybe you just got engaged. So many reasons, but one of the best is to celebrate your strong beautiful self!

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Workshops Yoga & Dance


Amelia Burns

This slow-paced yoga form is great for beginners. Bring your own yoga mat.

Amelia Burns offers craniosacral therapy, bodycentered counseling and integrative massage and bodywork in Durango. In this seminar, Burns will teach participants simple exercises that will help individuals focus on finding a creative solution to a problem in times of stress. Those who attend will leave with the tools to practice mindfulness.

Noon Basic Hawaiian Hula

11 a.m. What’s Cooking?

11 a.m. Yin Yoga presenter:


Christina Martinez

Ananda Foley

In this class, Foley will introduce attendees to the basics of ancient Hawaiian Hula dance. This meditation-in-motion is easy to learn, and fun for all ages.

1 p.m. Vinyasa presenter:

Christina Martinez

This workshop will focus on foundational yoga postures. Bring your own yoga mat.

2 p.m. Hawaiian Hula Demo presenter:

Ananda Foley

Foley demonstrates the sacred art of Hawiian Hula Dance in this performance.

Yoga and dance workshops will take place in the Extension Building.


10:30 a.m. Center Ground, Open: Body-Centered Mindfulness

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Rebecca Parnell

Certified integrative health coach and owner of Oak Wellness Coaching, Rebecca Parnell specializes in working with women to overcome dietary challenges. In this workshop, Parnell will present her meal prep process. She will walk attendees through how to make healthy meals for the whole family in 30 minutes or less. Samples and recipes will be available for participants.

Colleen Clausen

Local floral designer and décor expert Colleen Clausen of April’s Garden will showcase beautiful floral arrangements, and discuss how to express holiday cheer with a themed table-scape. Learn to capture flair and fun in floral arrangements creating a perfect centerpiece. This workshop will be at booth 15.

12:30 p.m. Thriving First: The Female Success Blueprint presenter:

classroom in the Exhibit Hall unless otherwise specified.

Melissa Lopez

Melissa Lopez is a Wine Guide with Traveling Vineyard passionate about helping women cultivate meaningful and nurturing relationships with one another. She knows that every wine has a story, and this seminar is designed to help attendees understand the basics of Terrior and the best wine pairings for our local harvest foods.

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Sondra Joyce

Colorado native Sondra Joyce is a speaker, author and entrepreneur. She believes a woman’s feminine success personally and professionally is unique. Individual women bring different gifts and All workshops talents to the table, and most women are will take place yearning for collaboration, community and creativity. In this seminar, Joyce will help in the upstairs others create a blueprint to reach new goals.

11:30 a.m. The Story of Wine presenter:

Noon Holiday Table-Scapes with April’s Garden

1 p.m. Women’s Self-Defense presenter:

Shiann Swapp

Shiann Swapp is head women’s instructor at Durango Martial Arts Academy. She teaches kickboxing, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and self-defense courses, and has trained for more than 13 years. In this workshop, she will discuss and practice the basics of self-defense with participants leaving them feeling confident and informed.

1:30 p.m. Mom Needs a Break presenter:

Sarah Kahn

Early childhood mental health specialist and mother Sara Kahn specializes in encouraging and empowering women facing the challenges that come with motherhood. Kahn knows that motherhood is messy, and in this seminar, she will talk about some of the obstacles mothers face, practical ways to prioritize your needs and how to recognize caretaker trauma.

2 p.m. Menopause: The Last Period presenter:

Nicole Pinkerton

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Local Gynecologist Nicole Pinkerton helps women of all ages understand our bodies as they change. In her experience, women usually have the most questions about menopause. In this seminar, Pinkerton will show a short video and talk about the symptoms of menopause, as well as the options for managing those symptoms. There will also be a question and answer session for attendees after the presentation.

2:30 p.m. Cultivating our Confident Selves presenter:

Alexi Hubbell

Entrepreneur and photographer Alexi Hubbell works to empower women every day through her intimate portrait work and self-confidence workshops. In this workshop, Hubbell will dive into issues that are deep below the surface of appearance. Together, women can openly discuss body size, self-perception, modern standards of beauty and more. This workshop is for anyone who wants to love the skin they are in, and for confident women who want to learn to help others to do the same.

3 p.m. Power Decisions: Life by Design not Default presenter:

JoDee Powers

JoDee Powers is a transformational speaker who focuses on inspiring women, igniting their genius and helping them access their unique gifts and strengths. In this workshop, Powers will talk about decision-making from how we make decisions to creating strategies to follow through and focus on a goal. Participants will walk away with a better understanding of both decisions and goals.

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Menu Singletrack Coffee Bloom Cafe located at booths 71, 72

Serving coffee, espresso and other drinks


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MAKE A DAY OF THE EVENT that caters to women, and let Bloom Café cater your breakfast, lunch or brunch. Enjoy live entertainment or chat with friends, neighbors and strangers over a meal. Bloom Café is known locally for its healthy, but delicious options that include salads, sandwiches and soups. The masters behind the menu focus on fresh ingredients

for every dish, and they bake the bread from scratch. They have options for vegetarians and vegans too. The café is a perfect choice for a light, energizing meal; leaving just enough room for a decadent dessert. The creative, casual eatery is a great to grab something to go, too. The menu items below will be available for purchase at the event from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. l



Fried egg sandwich on homemade focaccia with white cheddar, two farm eggs, chipotle mayo (add bacon, sausage, avocado, or green verde sauce)


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Salmon tacos with mangopineapple salsa Chicken satay Smoked paprika chicken salad Salmon and veggie kebaba

Soups White bean chicken chili Butternut squash

For the kids Quesadilla Hot dog

Entertainment Leah Orlikowski Noon - 2 p.m. A solo musician with beautiful interpretation and delivery, Leah Orlikowski’s voice is rich and clear with a little rasp, and her guitar work rhythmic. Her repertoire includes folk and rock with twists and turns, and songs that will surprise you. You can find her strumming locally at 11th Street Station, El Rancho, The Strater, Ska Brewing and more.

i Leah Orlikowsk

Unique 2 - 3:30 p.m. Born and raised in Houston, Texas, Unique began performing songs and dances at the age of three. She is classically trained in various styles of dance, and her musical influences include Selena, Celine Dion, Mariah Carey, LeAnn Rimes, Patsy Cline, Linda Rondstadt and Beyonce. She’s currently working on releasing her first EP album. Unique


Enter to win a Prize @ Booth 8

Angie Wingerd

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* Women Only Photography Classes * Headshots * Fairy Photo Shoots for Girls * Holiday Photo Shoot

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Mountain Spirits Cocktail Competition How it works:

What a Girl Wants will feature an event within an event! Our goal is to raise $4,500 for the Women’s Resource Center at the first Mountain Spirits Cocktail Competition.


Details: Judges will taste the full-format cocktails at 3 p.m. and the winner will be announced at 3:30 p.m. Because this is an event within an event, the cost to participate


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face-off in a creative cocktail challenge

in the Mountain Spirits Cocktail Competition The participating is $15, and patrons contestants from regional will receive a special bars will craft and present tasting glass to take a cocktail of their choice home. Purchase tickets to a panel of four judges. cocktail competition at the door the day of the event, or pick them Judging: up at one of the participating Each drink will be judged on five locations: Eno Cocktail and Wine categories: Creativity, appearance, Bar, The Billy Goat Saloon, Wild taste, demonstration of skill and the Horse Saloon, Women’s Resource bartender’s explanation of the drink Center and The Durango Herald. and ingredients. The four judges will Tickets purchased in advanced rank these categories from 1-5. must be paid in cash. Patrons can What A Girl Wants attendees pay with cash, check or charge at who also purchase a ticket to the the door. l contest will receive a wristband at the door to participate in the judging. Guests can watch the bartenders craft their drinks, and are allowed two tastings of each cocktail. Each participant has one “vote” ticket to cast for the best cocktail. The cocktail with the highest score from the judges and most patron votes will win a trophy.


For the first year,

Female bartenders

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Gifts and Giveaways WHAT A GIRL WANTS is full of opportunities to win gifts and giveaways. This year, we have more than $800 in certificates and prizes. Early birds will not walk away emptyhanded. The first 350 guests receive an insulated backpack filled with swag sponsored by Peak Rejuvenation. But even if attendees get out of bed at the crack of noon, there are still many chances to win one of the sponsored giveaways. After presenting a ticket or paying admission, attendees can sign up for drawings on the tablets provided. Each person is entered to win one of the amazing gifts from our sponsors. This year, our prizes include the following:

l G  ift Card from Allison Ragsdale Photography for a session or photos l G  ift Certificate for three beginner hula dance classes l V  isit with Dr. Danielle Donarski, which includes an orthopedic and neurological exam, postural and range of motion assessment, digital X-rays l T  wo tickets for Conundrum Escape Rooms l Pure Sol’s skin care products l S  oap dish, stainless steel pump and microfiber sponge

Look and Feel your best at

A lucky day to be a lady

April’s Garden and Allison Ragsdale Photography teamed up to create an awesome photo backdrop for this event. Stop by booth 121 to take a photo. If you want a chance to win a floral arrangement from April’s Garden and a gift certificate worth $1,000 for a photography session and photos from Allison Ragsdale, post the photo on Facebook with these three hashtags: #whatagirlwantsexpo #allisonragsdalephotography #aprilsgardendurango. A missed vendor is a missed opportunity. Stop by every booth to see more offers; some will have special swag, drawings and prizes available. l

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Connecting women with what they need The Women’s Resource Center advocates for the personal empowerment and economic self-sufficiency of women and girls in La Plata County.

STARTED IN 1987 by a group of local women, the WRC was created to assist the growing population of women who faced serious economic crisis after losing their partners. Because of the long distances between communities in southwest Colorado, many displaced homemakers were unable to locate services to help them get back on their feet. The center was established to provide a one-stop location where women could learn about and access all the resources the community offered. Today, the nonprofit serves over 1,700 people per year with eight programs.


Women’s Resource Center 679 East Second Ave., Unit 6 Durango, Colorado 81301 Monday-Thursday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Friday 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. (970) 247-1242


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The Resource & Referral program is the core of the work for the Women’s Resource Center. The staff researches and compiles information on the community’s resources, partners with other agencies to understand their referral requirements and connects those in need to resources in the community that can help them overcome personal, financial and emotional hurdles. The employees and volunteers understand that when clients have the resources they need, they can avoid other severe challenges in the future.

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Educate WRC recognizes that a good education is the best way to avoid a life of poverty. The Keys to High School Success program prepares La Plata County eighth grade girls for their transition into high school with a one-day conference held at Fort Lewis College in May. Now in its 19th year, girls from throughout the county gather together for a day of workshops designed to cover issues like positive self-image, healthy communication styles, anti-bullying, self-esteem, how to handle stress and the importance of graduating high school.

According to the National Report on the State of Self-Esteem for teens, seven in 10 girls believe they are not good enough or do not measure up in some way, including their looks, performance in school and relationships with family and friends. Combatting the feeling of self-doubt, and the oftentumultuous relationships with family and friends, the conference addresses these issues before they result in selfharm or a desire to quit school. Such is the mission of another youth program; Get your Girl Power focuses on helping local fifth grade girls prepare for their transition to middle school. The goal of both programs is to show these girls that they can become confident, self-sufficient leaders in their own communities. The WRC offers an Educational Opportunity Scholarship fund for women looking to improve their

employability through certified training, accreditation or college classes. These funds are available to people who are looking to further their education and increase their economic self-sufficiency.

a sliding scale. Through this program individuals assess their strengths and weaknesses, as well as set goals and develop an action plan for success.

Other Assistance Career

WRC has a Low Bono Program that connects low to medium income clients with a lawyer for a one-hour legal consultation for only $30 in cases of divorce or custody.

This assistance includes everything from resume help to professional coaching. Clients are able to use office equipment at the center to look for jobs or work on a resume. WRC partners with the Small Business Development Center at Fort Lewis College to provide free, one-hour consultations with a business expert for those women looking to launch a small business or grow an existing venture. In 2013, WRC started the Professional Development Coaching program, which allows clients six, oneon-one sessions with a professional certified coach over three months on

Get involved How can I help?

THERE ARE MANY WAYS TO HELP WOMEN AND FAMILIES in this community. Volunteering time, offering empowering workshops and supporting fundraisers and events that benefit WRC are a few ways we take care of each other in the Four Corners. But there are other ways to get involved, too. City Market allows all community members to link their value card to a local charity through the City Market Cares Program. Sign up by emailing your name, address, phone number and City Market value card number to Ultimately, becoming a member of the organization has its perks. WRC members receive discounts for a wide variety of health and wellness products, services and retail businesses in addition to special rates for Auto, Homeowner’s, Renter’s and Long Term Care Insurance through Liberty Mutual Insurance and The Prudential Insurance Company of America. l


Financial The Womenade program is a grassroots effort that began in 2002 that provides emergency financial assistance through one-time grants of up to $500. One of only two financial assistance programs in La Plata County, Womenade helps normally self-sufficient individuals overcome unexpected financial hardship due to issues such as overdue rent, car repairs or childcare. l

Visit to learn more about getting involved through membership and donations.


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La Plata County Fairgrounds Map MAIN TICKETS ENTRANCE















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BOOTH VENDOR 1,9 Love on a Hanger 2 Natural Beauty by Nanette 3-7 Mountain Spirits Cocktail Competition 8 Ignited Imagery 10-11 Chick’s Classy Chic 12 Valkyrie Medical & Aesthetics 13-14 Allison Ragsdale Photography 15 April’s Garden 16 Remedy Integrative Health & Aesthetics 17 PHD Weight Loss 18-19 Chick’s Classy Chic 24 Wendy Most State Farm Insurance 25 Lula Roe by Lyndsie and Larissa 26 Pure Sol 27 Suddenly Slender Now 30 Sacred Space 31 Inspired Well-Being 33 Taspen’s Organics 34 Lula Roe by Lyndsie and Larissa 35 Ruby Ribbon 36 Dr. Sondra Joyce 38 Renewal by Andersen 39 Elevation Aesthetics

BOOTH VENDOR 41 Vertical Chiropractic 42 Durango Sports Club 43 Second Time Around 44 Pathfinder Chiropractic 45 MJM Jewelers 46 Tamashi No Ken 47 Wellspring Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine 48 Kara Cavalca Photo and Video 50 Cutco Cutlery 51 Whitney Lopez Medical Aesthetics 52 Rocky Mountain Ukefest 53 Juice Plus and Tower Garden 54 doTerra-Joni Wilhelm 55-56 Durango Dermatology 57 Pamela Hatten, RN 58 Peak Rejuvenation 59-60 Cowgirls Wholesale Outlet 61 CryoMedSpa 62 AIM Construction Services Co. 63 B*tchin’ Cookies 64-65 Four Leaves Winery 66 The Woodhouse Day Spa 69 Traveling Vineyards 70 Conundrum Escape Rooms


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42 33

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58 48

39 30

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BOOTH VENDOR 71 Singletrack Coffee 72 Bloom Cafe 103 Salt 360 104 Goodwin Consulting H20 Conservation 105 Pure Self Naturals 106 Chelsea Farmer – 31 Gifts 107 Yoga Area 108 H2O at Home 109 Atlas Specific 110 New U Life 111 Moving Stillness 112 Mt. Pleasantries 115 Rodan + Fields 116 Friends of the Library 118B Fuxion 119 Orchard House Farm 121 Photo Op Contest 121A Alternative Horizons 122 Durango Martial Arts

*This guide does not include the complete list of vendors. For a full list, please visit*

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