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Home & Garden Show – March 15th, 16th, and 17th

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  • Organizer: Salt Spring Chamber of Commerce
  • Date: March 16 & 17
  • Start Time: 9 am
  • Event Length: 4 pm
  • Location: Farmers' Institute
  • Expires: 16 days, 18 hours

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    WELCOME TO THE SALT SPRING HOME & GARDEN SHOW PRESENTED BY MOUAT’S TRADING!
    MARCH 16TH AND 17TH – 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 YOU COULD WIN SOME GREAT PRIZES.
    FRIDAY, MARCH 15TH FROM 5PM TO 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 16TH FROM 9AM TO 4PM & SUNDAY MARCH 17TH FROM 10AM TO 3PM
    Join us at the Salt Spring Home & Garden Show and meet with up to 40 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.

    SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKERS INCLUDE:
    We are pleased to announce the following speakers who will be presenting their expertise on the Sustainable Home & Garden. All presentations are 60 minutes including a Q & A and will be held at the Farmers Institute Upper Meeting Area. All presentations are free of charge.

    SATURDAY – MARCH 16
    Building Envelope Energy Efficiency and the Science of Vastu — Shaughn Jenson, Samya Home Contracting & Design – 11 a.m.

    Home Owners Interested in Grid-tied Solar with Emphasis on Back-Up Power Options with Batteries and Generators – Jeff Chamberland, Bearfoot Renewables – 1 p.m.

    Potable Rainwater and Water Storage – Sandra Ungerson, AloPluvia Integrated Water Resource Management Ltd. – 3 p.m.

    SUNDAY – MARCH 17
    Potable & non-potable rainwater collection systems. How to size your system for household use & emergency use based on future climate forecasts – Matt Nowell – Rainwater Connection – 11 a.m.

    Small Off-Grid Systems for Tiny Homes, Cabins and Boats – Jeff Chamberland, Bearfoot Renewables – 1 p.m.

    THE SALT SPRING HOME & GARDEN SHOW IS PRESENTED BY MOUAT’S TRADING, AN ICONIC ISLAND MERCHANT FOR 110 YEARS, ALONG WITH SUPPORTING PARTNERS: WINDSOR PLYWOOD, SLEGG LUMBER, BEARFOOT RENEWABLES, PCS CONTROL, COUNTRY GROCER, IMAGINE THAT GRAPHICS, GREEN CITY BUILDERS, GULF ISLANDS IRRIGATION, SAMYA CONTRACTING, FRESCO REFRIGERATION, THRIFTY FOODS, SALT SPRING GOLF COURSE, THE FISHBOWL MAGAZINE, ALOPLUVIA INTEGRATED WATER MANAGEMENT.

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