Are you looking to feed out a few new home windows? Maybe get those carotid arteries looked at to look in case you are in risk of having a stroke? How about giving the children a risk to test a few cool version trains?
The annual Kenosha Area Chamber of Commerce Expo offers you the rare threat to get that everyone was done right away.
Now in its 28th year, the expo, held at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, is the biggest fundraiser of the year for the chamber, and an exhibit for local businesses.
About seventy-five agencies have booths on the Expo, lots of them offering home upkeep and restore services.
There is also a fitness fair at the occasion, with some of the carriers providing free health-care screenings which includes vision and listening to tests, blood pressure tests and a screening for risk of stroke.
“About seven years in the past we brought the fitness truthful,” said Lou Molitor, president of the chamber.
The chamber’s Optimist Club additionally has an “own family a laugh” vicinity that consists of video games and sports for youngsters, demonstrations from nearby schooling and arts agencies, and a massive model teach show from the Kenosha Garden Railroad Society.
Amanda Robison of Union Grove turned into on the Expo Saturday along with her 2-year-old daughter Annika and her mother, Brenda.
“We had been looking for some thing to try this became inside out of the weather,” Robison stated, saying Annika became taking part in the day, in particular after a dealer gave her a gentle, fuzzy carpet rectangular that she may want to play with in her stroller.
Robison, in the meantime, turned into enjoying the opportunity to get her mom to take listening to the screen.
“I’ve been wondering she needed to get her hearing checked, so she said she might do it if I did it first,” she said.
The ladies got listening to screenings in a mobile booth operated via Avada Audiology and Hearing Care.
Molitor stated about 5,000 humans attend the two-day event each year. Money raised through the $2 access charge, sponsor and seller charges, and raffles is going to aid the employer and its annual scholarship applications.
“We deliver $10,000 to $12,000 in scholarships each yr,” he said.
The expo continues these days. The event open from 10 a.M. To 4 p.M. On the University of Wisconsin-Parkside Petretti Fieldhouse, 900 Wood Road.