The 'I am Woman' expo had everything from eco-friendly funerals to essential oils at St Ailbes Hall on Saturday.
Show and Tell Expos co-owner Judy Kingston, who organised the expo, said she was pleased with the community response.
"We thought women's health and wellness (but) we weren't getting a lot of responses so we thought lets change it up a bit, make it a bit more powerful," she said.
The expo ran a raffle in support of Launceston Feeding the Homeless alongside the charity's food truck outside.
"We've been able to feed the homeless breakfast and lunch whilst we're out here," Kirsten Ritchie, from the charity said.
"It's also an opportunity to raise awareness about what we do and helps to raise some funds to go straight back into our events."
Feeding the Homeless serves food in Royal Park from Monday to Friday from 5.30pm and deliver food packs to homeless, disadvantaged and people in emergency need.
Burnie and Ulverstone will also get their own 'I am Woman' expo next month.