There is a women’s fair in Bad Scckingen. The program ranges from makeup courses to a fashion show and self-defense. Part of the proceeds go to a women’s shelter.
For two days, everything in Bad Sccckingen revolves around women. With lectures, workshops and 40 exhibitors, a diverse program is offered at the women’s fair, which takes place in the Bad Sckinger Kursaal on the weekend of 24 and 25 September. Organizer Anja Inderwildi started the adventure days of the women in the trumpeter city last year, but then under corona restrictions. This year Inderwildi is therefore very pleased to be able to organize the women’s fair as she had envisioned.
exhibitions and lectures
So if you go to the women’s fair on the weekend this year, you’ll find exhibitions and lectures in a wide variety of fields. This includes, for example, a quick make-up, a small photo shoot, a dance performance, a fashion show – and at the beginning there is a glass of sparkling wine for anyone 16 years and older who wants it. catering at the fair is provided by Café Heinritz, the directly connected to the Kursaal.
It is striking that the list of exhibitors mainly consists of women from the region, in other words an event by women for women. In addition to cosmetics, fashion, wellness, jewellery, care products and household items, there are stands about food, ideas for decoration and fitness. But also job coaching, lectures on coping with death, a creative workshop, a pepper spray demonstration with a defense course and children’s yoga are on the program.
The women’s shelter in Waldshut receives a donation
Just like last year, Inderwildi wants to donate part of the proceeds to the women’s shelter in Waldshut. Behind this is the organization Zonta, an international club of working women in responsible positions who are committed to improving the living conditions of women – legal, political, economic, professional and health. “We don’t just want to do something good for the women at our fair, but also for other women who are less fortunate,” says Inderwildi. Last year 500 euros was donated to women’s shelter Waldshut.
The Women’s Scholarship
in the Kursaal in Bad Sckingen takes place on Saturday, September 24 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on Sunday, September 25 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. A day ticket costs 6 euros, a ticket for the whole weekend 10 euros. Admission is free for children up to 12 years old. More information and the full program is available online at http://www.frauen-erlebnis-tage.de