Home & Garden Show Heading Our Way
Still time for vendors to sign up
By N3 Entertainment Squad
Ok, we got a little spot of winter weather lately but hey, it’s Mid March and no matter what happens over the next few days we are literally on the cusp of Spring.
Yes Spring, when the outdoors comes alive, when folks begin to venture about their property with items other than a snow shovel in hand, and when all the plans and promises made during the dark of winter for house and yard can begin their path to fruition.
And what better way to kick off this season than a trip to the annual River Country Chamber of Commerce Home & Garden Show?
The event will be held at its usual site the Newaygo Middle School on Saturday April 22 from 9am-3pm and this year’s edition promises to...
...once again provide a one stop shopping opportunity to learn about the goods and services available to residents. While many of the vendors are from local entities the popularity of this well-attended affair has drawn the interest of businesses and services from throughout the region that set up their booths to vie for the attention of attendees who have traditionally turned out in droves to this event.
Shred It will be on hand to provide free shredding of those papers and documents you’ve been promising yourself to get to and as in the past there will be a number of live demonstrations to pique the interest of patrons.
A new segment of the show, Healthy Living Hall will be focused on ways to maintain a healthy lifestyle as well as showcasing the services and programs that provide medical assistance when needed.
All this browsing is sure to make you hungry so plan on visiting one of the food vendors that will be on hand to help ease those midday munchies.
The River Country H&G Show has become a must-go for area residents eager to see what new products and services might be available. It’s a chance for folks to learn more about the business community and an opportunity for the business community to put their wares and services on display in a setting that draws a host of people through the doors.
For more information on sponsoring the event or securing a spot on the floor contact the River Country Chamber of Commerce Denise Anderson, Events Coordinator (email@example.com) or Colleen Lynema, Executive Director (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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