Spring into Action this Saturday

Home based business trade show in Cache Creek this weekend.

The second annual Spring Into Action is this Saturday, Apr. 5.

There will be many unique items to see and take home: Vintage clothing, hand crafted jewellery, crotched creations, as well as Epicure, Scentsy, Watkin’s, Avon, Jamberry Nails, knitted crafts, Native Crafts, Simply Joyful Riding, Sage & Sands Pony Club and many, many more!

Cache Creek Elementary School PAC will be cooking up some tasty lunch items, and all proceeds go to providing the school with new equipment.

Enjoy Zumba and Belly Dancing demonstrations as well! Admission to this home-based business fair is by donation to the local food bank! There will be door prizes, and a raffle! Come and check out this fun event at the Cache Creek Community Hall, Saturday, April 5 from 10 am to 2 pm.

Marcie Down

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