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The Queens Courier will host its first Girls World Expo, an interactive event for girls ages 11 to 18, on Sunday, March 16.

Attention all preteens and teens!

The Queens Courier will host its first Girls World Expo on Sunday, March 16, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., at Terrace On The Park, 111th St., Flushing.

This interactive event for girls, ages 11 to 18, will include a variety of activities, such as workshops, demonstrations and seminars.

There will also be displays covering a range of topics, including colleges, careers, developing a healthy body image, bullying, nutrition, self-defense, relationships, self-esteem and staying safe online.

Attendees will additionally hear success stories from creative female leaders from all walks of life, and listen to mentors and experts addressing topics relating to careers and college.

One of those speakers will be Miss New York. Renowned coach Monica Holmes will also be doing sports evaluations for athletes of all levels.

The event offers even more for attendees.

It will feature a runway fashion show with models of all sizes; a “Bright Ideas” middle school and high school science fair; a career and college fair; an art show with dancers and live music; and a vendor marketplace with booths of clothing, jewelry, books, art and salon items.

Evah Doheny, 7, from Binghamton, New York, whose first release is called, “Put Your Hands Up,” will be performing at the Expo. She also dances and acts, has three New York State karate titles.

A Girls of Merit Brunch will honor 15 local girls for their excellence and outstanding work in the community.

To order brunch tickets, click here.

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