in Chatsworth, Grey Highlands, Southgate, West Grey
April 24, 2023
Photo: South Grey Home and Garden Show 2022 prize package.
BY SOUTHGREY.CA STAFF — Things are heating up in more ways than one, before the 2023 South Grey Home and Garden Show at Flesherton Arena April 29-30.
There are many reasons to visit the show this coming weekend. Among them, is the chance to win a $4,000 Home and garden Show prize package, including Rural Net - a year's worth of internet, plus installation an installed security camera, plus a year's worth of security monitoring courtesy of Connected Solutions, a gorgeous patio furniture/decor courtesy of Sea & Ski Realty, a gift certificate for professional tree and/or shrub service courtesy of Transform Tree and Shrub Care and a gift certificate for a professional lighting consultation courtesy of EVO Electrical Contracting.
Visitors need to pick up a Show passport at the Flesherton arena entrance, get their passport stamped by participating vendors and enter their passport for a chance to win the grand prize.
In addition, everyone who attends the show this weekend is eligible to win one of many door prizes to be handed out. These prizes include great products or certificates from Burger Guru, Fresh Start Duct Cleaning, Garage 13, Kickin’ Back Alpaca Ranch, Lighthouse Group, Protecting Talisman Lands Association and Pure Music Garlic.
The show is a presentation of the South Grey Chamber of Commerce. It is a marketplace of makers, designers, doers, builders and dreamers from across southern Grey County and beyond.
The show is open this Saturday, April 29 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm and re-opens Sunday, April 30 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. While Admission to the Show is free, donations will be collected for the Flesherton Food Bank all weekend long. The Food Bank will be on site Saturday.
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