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Rotary Home Show brings a touch of spring
by Sandy Lindsay

April 10, 2016
www.saugeentimes.com

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Town & Country Garden Centre was bathed in colour



Visitors enjoyed strolling through the show
Folmer Landscaping brought a touch of spring with vibrant forsythia on the patio

The 35th Annual Port Elgin Rotary Home & Recreation Show held on the weekend of April 9th and 10th brought out the crowds who wanted to briefly enjoy a touch of spring.

Held at the Southampton Coliseum, visitors leisurely strolled through taking in the various displays that included garden ornaments, patio furniture, fireplaces, services and more. 

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While taking in the show, there was also the opportunity to sit and relax with a tasty treat from one of the many restaurants that were there or sample a beverage from a craft brewery or winery.

The Food Expo has, in fact, become one of the most popular parts of the show and enables visitors to stay and enjoy lunch on-site.



Wismer House served up delicious traditional wood-oven baked pizza



The Food Expo has become a big hit at the show



Rotary Interact youth sold draw tickets and Joyce Scammell was there to buy!

Final attendance numbers are not yet in but organizers feel that the total should exceed last year's, which was a record breaker.


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