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Town of Erin Home and Lifestyle Show

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Town of Erin Home and Lifestyle Show

Time: May 1, 2010 from 10am to 4pm
Location: Centre 2000 Arena
Street: 14 Boland Dr
City/Town: Erin, ON; N0B 1T0
Website or Map: http://www.erin.ca/Whats-On
Phone: 519-855-6683
Event Type: home, and, lifetyle, show
Organized By: Town of Erin Economic Development Committee
Latest Activity: Jan 24, 2010

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Event Description

Looking for ideas for all those Spring projects? Looking for ways to buy local and
support your community? The Town of Erin Home and Lifestyle Show is for you!
Come see all the businesses that are hidden within the hills of this community on Saturday, May 1, 2100 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Centre 2000 Arena, 14 Boland Drive in Erin.

There will be lots of items for sale including specialty glass and iron ware, furniture, landscaping items, fresh farm produce, toys, books, gifts for your favourite pet, designer items, plus ideas for your home including deck consultations, home renovations and much more!

If you are a business owner, registration information is available at http://www.erin.ca/Whats-On or call 519-855-6683. You can also email ewintersinger@hotmail.com. Registration closes March 31, 2010 and the show sells out early!

Admission is $2.00 for adults and children are free. Be one of the first 200 visitors and receive a FREE gift bag filled with goodies from the participating vendors plus each visitor will receive a FREE ticket to enter the door prize draw – all door prizes generously donated by the many exhibitors!
More information is available by calling 519-855-6683 or logon to www.erin.ca and select the “what’s on” link.

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