Councilor Rachel Whipple attends Provo Women's DayProvo City Council Vice-Chair Rachel Whipple attended the 8th Annual Provo Women's Day event with her daughter on March 4th at the Provo Rec Center.
Provo Women's Day was started as an initiative to enhance the visibility of women of Provo, promote leadership opportunities for women in the community, and provide resources for women to help one another.
This year, the Provo Women's Day events included yoga classes, a luncheon with speakers, Mommy & Me activity class, ladies' bike ride, watercolor card class, self-love workshop, self-care hour, and a dance party.
The Theme for 2023 was "Happiness Through Hope + Healing."
Mayor Michelle Kaufusi poses with luncheon speakers and this year's Trailblazer Award recipient (pictured left to right: Bristol Health owner Dr. Kelly Wosnik, Vulnerability is Cool founder Jenna Jarvis, Mayor Kaufusi, Trailblazer Award recipient Dr. Melissa Ann Kendall, Mixhers CEO Jess Toolson, and Timpview High School Principal Momi Tu'ua).
Councilor Whipple and her daughter wait for the luncheon to begin.
Council Vice-Chair Whipple being recognized and thanked at the Women's Day luncheon.
Councilor Whipple and her daughter at the Rave 'N Dance at Nevermore Academy after party (a.k.a. Rec Center Multipurpose Room).
Councilor Whipple realizing why her daughter is so tall - the dress code was black, a la "Wednesday Addams."
Free watercolor class at the Rec Center Art Room.
Councilor Whipple shows off her artistic skills.
Ladies having a great time at the Women's Day After Party at the Provo Rec Center.