Peachland Expo for the 22nd time around

Business, wine and pets all part of this annual day of activities and information.

The 22nd Peachland Business, Wine & Pet Expo is bigger and better than ever with over 40 businesses getting to showcase their goods and services on Saturday April 11 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Peachland Community Centre.

It will be a unique day of fun-filled events, door prizes, guest speakers, wine tasting and some exceptional food. Okanagan Appraisals will appraise your antiques and for families there will be a magic show by Leif David. As the Okanagan’s most sought after entertainer you’re guaranteed a show all ages will love.

This year the show is pet friendly, so bring your dogs and get them groomed while you visit the Business Expo.

Day’s Itinerary

9:30 am  SPCA—Adopt a Pet/ Agility Training for Dogs10:30 am Bark Busters—In Home Dog Training11:30 am Dr. Moshe Oz—Puppy to Senior Dog Q & A12:30 pm Synthetic Turf—Turf options for pets1:00 pm Darlene Hartford—Bats in the Attic1:30 pm Wayne Dorman—Dogzies School of Excellence2:15 pm Leif David—Family Magic Show

Bring your family, the dog, your taste buds and enjoy the show.

Admission is $2, while kids under 12 are free.

For more information or a complete list of trade show exhibitors visit www.peachlandchamber.bc.ca.

 

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