GEDDES, N.Y. -- The fair offered a lot of important information on Women's Day.
There was a special mini-fair in the Chevy Court pavilion.
It featured groups focused on education, health, domestic violence and more.
"I think this is a great place to do our outreach because we're heavily promoting the family planning benefit program as well, which we know helps to serve under-insured folks. And there's no better place than a place full of people to do this work in,” said Mallory DeJohn, a Planned Parenthood outreach and education specialist.
The fair also hosted a luncheon for Women's Day in the Empire Room.