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r The Big Bodacious Spring EXPO will be held Mothers Day weekend, May 6 and 7, at the Spanish Fork Fairgrounds, 475 S. Main. Approximately 140 local exhibitors will be represented at this event. It will be a true community showcase, with a large variety of local entrepreneurs and unique products and creative services. There will also be food, snacks and treats available for those attending to enjoy.

Exhibitors will include people like Springville artist Andy Palfreyman. Realizing that he had a natural ability from his first try, Palfreyman specializes in carving unique chainsaw art. “This event gives me an opportunity to share my passion for creating, while making some extra income that helps me tremendously in providing for my family,” he said.

Dr. Ryan Beck of Beck Spinal Care & Rehab will also be at the EXPO. ”You can’t tell from looking at someone why they are suffering with severe pain. This event lets me talk one-on-one with those looking for answers and relief from their neck and back pain,” Beck said.

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Other vendors will include Younique Presenter Jessyca Burgin; Perry Renner, owner/operator of Action Ventures LLC, featuring the Famous Sky Bungee Trampoline; Mitchell Gregory with Hidden Closet Boutique offering beautiful handcrafted dresses for little girls; and Larry Sorenson, who creates nostalgic old-time covered wagon lamps that are true works of art.

The Big Bodacious Spring EXPO will be held May 6 from 1 to 8 p.m. and May 7 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Spanish Fork Fairgrounds. Admission is free. For more information, contact Big Bodacious Events at  www.Events-BBE.com or BigBoEvents@gmail.com or 801-341-8006.

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