The Nelson Star is hosting Find Your Divine

Find Your Divine returns to Nelson

The highly successful Find Your Divine event returns to Nelson in April.

The highly successful Find Your Divine event returns to Nelson in April. The evening is designed for women of all ages to enjoy a relaxed, fun environment with wine, appetizers and dessert while they peruse a variety of booths related to women’s interests. The highlight of the evening will be an inspirational talk by guest speaker Tamara Taggart.

Taggart is the weekday anchor of CTV News at Six in Vancouver and has three children with 54-40 musician Dave Glenn. Along with her successful career, Taggart has also experienced some of the trials and hardships of life.

After battling cancer and working through the Down Syndrome diagnosis of her son, Taggart hopes to share her message that a life-threatening experience can help to put the important things in our lives in perspective.

Taggart recently spoke as part of the TEDxSFU speaker series Redefining The Norm, which can be viewed online.

The Nelson Star is hosting the event at the Prestige Lakeside Resort on Thursday, April 30 at 6:30 p.m. Women interested in attending are urged to buy tickets as early as possible as the event sells out.

Tickets are $40 until March 31, and then increase to $45. They can be purchased at the Nelson Star office, Cotton Creek Clothing and Dig Garden Centre. Tickets include one glass of wine, appetizers, access to all of the sponsor booths and Taggart’s talk. A cash bar will also be available.

Platinum sponsors of this year’s event are Save-On-Foods, Power by You and Bambu Hot Yoga.

“The evening is meant to be a fun evening for women to socialize with friends, become acquainted with sponsors and hopefully come away feeling inspired by the message Tamara has to share,” Star publisher Karen Bennett explained. “It’s been exciting to see the broad range of ages in the ladies who have come out in previous years. There’s something for everyone.”

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