The Stouffville Home and Lifestyle Show is back, this year partnering with a new title sponsor Flato Developments and the Stouffville Food Bank.
Show producer Rick Upton promises it will be even bigger and better this year and will include specialists from the home improvement, education, real estate, financial services, fitness and healthcare sectors. The show, now in its seventh year, runs from April 26 to April 28 at the Stouffville Arena.
“I’m excited about the variety of exhibitors that will be showcasing their products and services this year. And to make a great show even better, we decided to replace our usual attendance fee with a simple donation to the Whitchurch-Stouffville Food Bank,” said show producer Rick Upton. “This way the attendees can feel good about helping others and the food bank will get some needed donations,” added Upton.
Anand Daté, board chair of the Whitchurch-Stouffville Food Bank, welcomes the help noting that, unfortunately, the numbers that use the food bank are growing.
The show is a family affair. Grown-ups will have the opportunity to check out the goods and services of over 100 vendors including everything from landscaping, roofing and renovating to outdoor dining to unique showpieces to turn heads at their home. For kids, the show will include a bouncy castle, face painting, a basketball game and balloon artist.
In addition to the regular show draws which includes a 65-inch TV, many vendors will be offering show discounts, specials and giveaways.
Visit stouffvillehomeshow.com for more details.
Photo: (L-R) Home Show producer Rick Upton with Food Bank board chair Anand Daté and show sponsor Shakir Rehmatullah of Flato Developments.