Chester County
June 5, 2019 • 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Church Farm School
1001 East Lincoln Highway
Exton

Entertainment

While at the 50plus EXPO, you’ll want to make sure to check out the free entertainment offered throughout the day.

9:30 a.m.
SilverSneakers®
Presented by Stephanie Taylor, YMCA of Greater Brandywine

YMCA of Greater Brandywine is proud to offer Silver Sneakers, a free fitness program for adults 65+ (with a qualifying health plan). Stephanie will be demonstrating some of the group exercise classes offered through the program and explaining the importance of healthy exercise at every age. She can answer questions about the memberships for all seven locations.

10:15 a.m.
Essential Oils
Presented by Renee Muth, owner of DōPurely Wellness Center in New Holland

Renee will be educating attendees on the benefits of essential oils, their most popular uses, and what to look for when choosing them. She will also speak about proper usage of oils, as well as cooking and cleaning with them. Renee has over four years’ experience with essential oils, teaches classes, and is AromaTouch Massage Certified.

11 a.m.
PA State Senior Idol Winners
Barry Surran, 2008 PA State Senior Idol Winner, and Peggy Keller, 2011 PA State Senior Idol Winner

Barry Surran performed a three-hour concert at Delaware Water Gap Country Club and was a guest soloist with the Reading Pops Orchestra. Since winning PA State Senior Idol in 2008, Barry has been performing for senior groups, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, private functions, restaurants, and weddings.
2011 winner Peggy Kurtz Keller sung the national anthem for her high school and is still singing it at Clipper Magazine Stadium for the Lancaster Barnstormers. Peggy enjoys singing at the VA Hospital in Lebanon, for community and civic organizations, and in local theater.
Barry and Peggy will be performing jointly at the EXPO, alternating between individual performances and duets.

11:45 a.m.
Senior Scam Prevention
Presented by Anthony W. Luker, Education & Outreach Specialist, Pennsylvania Office of the Attorney General

Senior Scam Prevention educates older Pennsylvanians and their families throughout the commonwealth on crime prevention. The program’s goal is to make Pennsylvania’s older population aware of the threat of fraud, teach them how to avoid being victimized, and to make sure they know whom they should call when they are concerned about their safety and well-being.

11:45 a.m.
Stress and Food
Presented by Jessica McCoppin, Penn State Cooperative Education

Learn which foods tamp down stress and which ones may actually amplify its intensity. After this workshop, you will feel empowered with food, nutrition, and self-care knowledge that will help you move away from the cycle of choosing unhealthy foods to cope with stress to enjoying healthy, stress-relieving super-foods. You will also learn several non-food stress-busting practices.


2018 Sponsors
ClearCaptions      Isaacs    WCHE   WFYL   WFYL  

Advertising and sponsorship in On-Line Publishers’ publications and [50plus EXPOs and Women’s Expos] have made a positive impact on Homeland Center’s awareness and attracted residents and clients to our 150-year-old senior healthcare facility. Their creative and editorial staff always respond positively and have helped immeasurably as we expanded our outreach services in hospice, home care, and home health. ~ Betty H., Homeland Center / Homeland at Home

Your shows are some of the best shows we do … and we do a lot. We look forward to your shows because they are so well run and produce quality leads. ~ Michael Newell, Homespire Windows & Doors

I thought the Expo was great. I believe we had more people this year than the last. We were busy the biggest part of the day … There was also time to network with the other vendors prior to the close of the Expo … I can’t say enough good things about the Expo [and] the folks who are responsible from the beginning to the end. ~ Karen Bruner, Asbury Home Services

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