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Get inspired at Chilliwack home and leisure expo

Popular trade show returns to Heritage Park Jan. 19-21
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Chilliwack residents Dave (left), Nancy (right) and Wyatt (middle) Piper look at the smokers and barbecues at the 2018 Chilliwack Home, Leisure & Outdoor Living Expo on Sunday. The show returns to Heritage Park this weekend. (Chilliwack Progress file photo)

Heritage Park is once again throwing open its doors for the best local home show of the year.

The 2024 Chilliwack Home, Leisure and Outdoor Living Expo is back, and runs Friday (Jan. 19) through Sunday.

It’s the first time the show has run since 2020, and organizers are excited to once again be bringing exhibitors and the public together. It’s a chance for anyone looking to renovate, improve their home space or build from ground up to meet with local business owners and discover new and popular products and services.

It’s also a place to get inspired about sprucing up both the interior and exterior of your home, and making it the best it can be.

There are daily seminars from speakers you won’t want to miss, including Chilliwack’s own Brian Minter who will be speaking about new plants for 2024. Joel Winterburn will speak about solar updates, and the Chilliwack Fire Department is one hand each day to talk about home safety.

There will also be countless small businesses to connect with and support.

Admission is free, and there is a chance to win prizes by filling out a passport throughout your visit. The main prize of the weekend is a $3,500 package from Core Garage Solutions.

The show is presented by EXPOsure Events Ltd., who will also present the Home & Backyard Living Expo at the Tradex in Abbotsford Feb. 2 to Feb. 4.

The show is open from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday.

For more information, visit exposureeventsltd.com or find them on Facebook.



Jessica Peters

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