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TOMATO DAY 2017

Time: March 2, 2017 from 8am to 2pm
Location: Countryview Golf Course
Street: 25393 St. Clair Rd. (Hwy 40),
City/Town: Dover Centre, ON
Website or Map: https://onvegetables.com/2017…
Event Type: trade, show
Organized By: OntAG Admin
Latest Activity: Feb 14, 2017

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District 1 of the Ontario Processing Vegetable Growers and OMAFRA will host the 41st annual Tomato Day on Thursday, March 2 at Countryview Golf Course, 25393 St. Clair Rd. (Hwy 40), Dover Centre, ON.
Admission: $30 (includes educational program, trade show, hot lunch).
No preregistration required.

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