Oriana Dubois talks to potential customers at last year’s Sprng into Action.

Home-based business show returns

Spring Into Action, a trade show of sorts for local home-based businesses, is back for a second year at the Cache Creek Community Hall.

Spring has finally sprung! Come to the upcoming second annual Spring Into Action!

This is an opportunity for those who would like to either debut or promote their home businesses and hand crafted products, as well as for local groups to promote outdoor activities and healthy life style choices. Spring Into Action will take place at the Cache Creek Community Hall on Stage Road on April 5 from 10 am to 2 pm.

Let’s celebrate Spring and all the wonderful activities, home businesses and local products in Cache Creek and Ashcroft. There will be demonstrations, entertainment, door prizes as well as a concession operated by the Cache Creek Elementary School PAC.

There will be many amazing products and local groups such as Scentsy, Epicure, Geocaching demonstration, Zumba by Krystal, Belly Dancing, Sage & Sands Pony Club, Four Season Yarn, Native Crafts, Stamps by Sandra Nixon, Baby Beanies by KC, Ductopia, Creations by Heather, Kristina’s Rag Rugs, Karen’s Woolinwonders, Vintage Gardening and much more!

Admission is by donation to the food bank. To book a table for Spring Into Action contact Marcie Down at 250-457-9630.

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