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2018 Salt Spring Island Home & Garden Show

    Farm & Garden, News & Events    March 5, 2018

Introducing the Salt Spring Island Home & Garden Show presented by Mouat’s Trading! March 17th and 18th – what a great weekend to be on Salt Spring Island as we host the Salt Spring Home & Garden Show. If you are a fan of HGTV, you will want to be at this great event showcasing local designers, landscapers, construction and trades professionals, along with service and recreation providers. Admission to the event is FREE and attendees could win some great prizes. All events are at the Salt Spring Farmers Institute.

Friday Evening, March 16th from 5pm-8pm – You are invited to a Salt Spring Home & Garden Show Welcome Reception and cash bar pre-show gathering. There will be a fun, festive atmosphere with music and free food. Meet with the local trades, construction, home services, landscape companies and home décor vendors and mingle with fellow attendees. The Welcome Reception is sponsored by Windsor Plywood.

Saturday, March 17th from 9am-4pm and Sunday, March 18th from 10am-3pm – Join us at the Salt Spring Home & Garden Show and meet with up to 50 vendors who will be showcasing local design expertise, construction services and advice, garden care, water collection and conservation, creative décor and design ideas and special home services that you did not realize were offered on Salt Spring! Invite family and friends who are new to the island or are considering moving here so they know about all of the amazing talent. The Home & Garden Show is sponsored by Mouat’s Trading.

You will also hear from 3 experts who are speaking on home design, eco-friendly construction methods, gardening and sustainable energy. Guest Speakers are presented by Slegg Building Materials.

Presented by Mouat’s Trading, Windsor Plywood, Thrifty Foods, Slegg Building Materials, Country Grocer, Investors Group, Salt Spring Island Golf Course, Island Savings, RE/MAX – Salt Spring, Bearfoot Renewables, PCS Pest Control, Jill Louise Campbell Gallery, Anthony Jamieson Design Studio, Alchemy Farm, Celebrity Accents, Gulf Islands Driftwood, Marketplace and Fishbowl Magazine. Produced by the Salt Spring Island Chamber of Commerce.

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