Cancelled — Seedy Saturday & Green Fair

Sat Mar 28, 2020, Toronto/Scarborough, ON

* CANCELLED *

This popular SCARBOROUGH SEEDY SATURDAY AND GREEN FAIR - an heirloom seed exchange/sale, gardening and environmental event will again be held at St John Henry Newman High School (formerly Blessed Cardinal HS) 100 Brimley Road SOUTH, (south of Kingston Rd.)

This day is fun for everyone. Over 60 booths will include our popular seed exchange, heirloom seed vendors, environmental exhibits and associations, bee products, worm composting, Park groups ,garden products, garden associations and more. ParkPeople will also be there with their annual Scarborough Parks Summit.

New to gardening or have a gardening question? Then stop by one of our local garden clubs' or gardening vendors' booths and ask an expert.
Be a steward and bring in your used electronics,batteries and markers for recycling! And there will be KIDS exhibits and events too.

Admission is $2.00 or pay what you can. KIDS get in for FREE!

If you would like to get ongoing nature, gardening and environmental info then please LIKE US on FACEBOOK. We keep an eye out for what is happening and green in Scarborough. https://www.facebook.com/SSSGFair/

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For more information:

Contact Name: Katie Fullerton
Website: http://www.facebook.com/SSSGFair/
Phone: 4166915173
E-mail: k_fullerton (at) sympatico.ca



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