The Complete Guide To The Greatest Show On Earth!

The Fraser Valley Yard, Garden and Renovation & BC Leisure & Recreation Show all in one place

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Create neighbourhood envy! There is one way to do just that and that’s to join Gary and Lisa Moran at their 2016 Yard, Garden & Renovation & BC Leisure & Recreation Show.

From the best looking home in the neighbourhood, to a yard that would be the envy of your friends, and the RV of your dreams – there’s something for everyone within the 30,000 square feet of products, services… and all backed by experts who will help you improve your indoor or outdoor space.

Join DIY classes, visit with the more than 150 exhibitors for their show stoppers. And, there are huge prizes to be won!

See The Chilliwack Progress on Wednesday, March 30 for the schedule of events and plan all you want to see and do!

This year’s show begins Friday, April 1st and continues through to Sunday, April 3rd at Chilliwack Heritage Park.

For more details about the show, hours of operation or to become an exhibitor see our website www.yardgardenandrenovationshow.ca. Also ENTER TO WIN a new patio set from Canadian Tire or a charcoal water grill & smoker from Bishops Outdoor Living at: www.facebook.com/chilliwackprogress

 

 

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