Queen Bee Fertility at Roux Carré's Makers Fair

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Queen Bee Fertility had a great time this weekend at Roux Carré's Makers Fair. In honor of Small Buisiness Saturday, local businesses were invited to set up market at Roux Carré while Strate Notes, LLC played local favorites and the usual eats plus extra goodies were served.

It was a beautiful, brisk day and there was a great turn out with vendors and visitors alike. Queen Bee staff loved meeting new people and connecting through story telling, food and music.

Enjoying the market and sharing fertility resources. Photo Credit: Peter G. Forest Photography

Enjoying the market and sharing fertility resources. Photo Credit: Peter G. Forest Photography

We set up some of our favorite books at the event and several people who stopped by to visit saw resonated with familiar titles. Great minds think alike! A couple of our favorites were Sacred Woman by Queen Afua and Managing the Stress of Infertility by Carol Fulwiler Jones. 

Our favorite market fare included brewed and bottled hibiscus tea by Sangoma House, LLC, fresh papusas by The Papusa Lady, burro bananas and bath salts by Mama Isis Farm and Market, and handmade skin and hair care products infused with essential oils by BLU Herbs. 

There were plenty of home made health products at the Fair like Mr. Kevin's fresh hibiscus juice, jams, soups, fruits, soaps and more. Photo credit: Roux Carré

There were plenty of home made health products at the Fair like Mr. Kevin's fresh hibiscus juice, jams, soups, fruits, soaps and more. Photo credit: Roux Carré

Photo Credit: Peter G. Forest Photography

Photo Credit: Peter G. Forest Photography

It was a great time as always with Queen Bee and it was nice meeting people all over the fertility spectrum. We met people just trying to balance out their system, others looking to get pregnant, and several far beyond their fertile years who chuckled at the idea of having a baby. As visitors meandered by with all of their unique backgrounds and lifestages, I thought about how Queen Bee serves not only those who are trying to conceive, but people at all stages of life. 

While we are called Queen Bee Fertility, we are passionate about more than just reproduction. Queen Bee Fertility is dedicated to the whole health of  girls and women and therefore their families, circles and communities. We aspire to set healthy standards and practices for healthcare and wellbeing of girls as they embark upon puberty, build up young women who are coming into their bodies and balancing their cycles with the demands of adulthood, bring to fruition to the creative goals of women as they embark upon their reproductive journey, help complete all types of families with new life, offer practical support and care for pregnant women and their babies so they have the best chances at health and happiness, and bring simiple, satisfying relief to women who are transitioning through menopause. In short, we hope to serve the full spectrum of our client's fertility needs, whatever stage of life they may be in. 

Many thanks to everyone who visited us this weekend, we'll see you at the next event!