Get ready because it's almost time for the 23rd Annual Senior Expo brought to you by Wadley Regional Medical Center.

When Is The 23rd Annual Senior Expo?


Be sure to mark your calendars and join the fun on Friday, September 16, 2022. It will all start at 9 AM and go to Noon at the Texarkana Texas Convention Center located at 4610 Cowhorn Creek Loop in Texarkana. Over 100 professionals will be there to talk with you about their products, services and more that benefit anyone 50 years of age and older.

What Kind of Things and Services Will be Taking Place at The Senior Expo?

Adventurous senior couple taking travel selfie at Giglio Island


There will be tons of things to do too including free health screenings like blood pressure, blood sugar, cholesterol and more. Learn more about living options that are available for seniors in the Texarkana area. You'll find information on investments, exercise and living your best life. There will also be some fun games to play and door prizes from the vendors

The Senior Expo is For Anyone 50 Years of Age and Older And it's Free

Mature woman practicing pilates

The 23rd Annual Senior Expo is free admission so what do you have to lose?

This year's Senior Expo is sponsored by Wadley Regional Medical Center, Active Age, Arkansas Blue Cross Blue Shield, Collom & Carney, Legendary Firearms, Senior Health Insurance, Christus St. Michael Health System, and United Health Care.  The Expo is sponsored in part by Pam Specialty Hospital, Red River Credit Union, Southern Caregivers and RRCU Financial Services.

We will see you at the 23rd Annual Senior Expo on September 16, 2022

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