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Published on: September 2, 2016
” Taking joy in life is a woman’s best cosmetic ” ~ Rosalind Russell
Join Still Sexy After 60 & be inspired and get engaged by ten sensational speakers.
Enjoy focused conversation on you – your body, your mind, your spirit.
Meet the women who will motivate, invigorate and empower you.
Gravenhurst Opera House, Gravenhurst ON
Friday October 14 & Saturday October 15
Entertainment | Door Prizes | Swag Bag | Delicious Cuisine
Featuring KeyNote Speaker – Lynn Posluns, Founder & President Women’s Brain Health Initiative
With Iconic TV Talk Host Dini Petti & Moodivator Carole Bertuzzi
Conference Fee $145 (includes taxes)
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