The Kawartha Lakes Country Living Show returns to the Fenelon Falls Community Centre April 26-28 with over 125 vendors and exhibitors participating. Staged by the Fenelon Falls and District Chamber of Commerce, the show has something for everyone, no matter what living in Kawartha Lakes country means to them.
Lead organizer, Tim Wisener, describes the event as part outdoor recreation show and part home show, with a good measure of cottage show on top of that. Attendees can expect to see local contractors, building material suppliers, renovation specialists, and deck design companies, but also representatives from golf courses and recreational equipment dealers. As an added bonus, community organizations and non-profits are also invited to set up information booths as well.
Additionally, there will be a few surprises in the arena dressing rooms. Area visual artists will transform those spaces with interactive art installations. Wisener didn’t want to give away too much information, but was very enthusiastic about what visitors will experience.
With an on-site restaurant, and the Barn and Bunkie’s sprawling Spring Sale, the show makes an ideal way to discover more about Fenelon Falls and district, and to reconnect with people who you may not have seen since the snow fell.
Last year’s Kawartha Lakes Country Living Show put over 3,500 through the doors, and Wisener expects to see more than that this year. With a free pancake breakfast Saturday morning provided by the show’s presenting sponsor, Enbridge, that’s a safe bet.
Admission is again free, thanks to the generosity of G. Hart and Sons Well Drilling, and Tow-All Inc.
Oh…and The Lindsay Advocate will be there with its own booth, so do drop by and say hello!