The Similkameen Garden Club is holding its annual spring Plant Sale on Saturday morning. (Photo Courtesy of Bob Terry)

Similkameen Garden Club plant sale on Saturday

Sale runs from 8 a.m. to noon and takes place during club garage sale

The Similkameen Garden Club is holding its annual spring plant sale on Saturday morning.

Taking place from 8 a.m. to noon on Veterans Avenue beside Elks Hall on May 4, the sale features plants grown by club members.

“It’s a really good family outing,” said Bob Terry, president of the club. “You never know what treasures you’re going to find.”

While the specific breeds of plants remains a mystery until the day, visitors will find annual and perennial garden plants.

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This event is also happening at the same time as the Elks Club is having its annual garage sale this year.

“Not only can you get some fantastic deals on plants, you can also browse the garage sales or check out the craft tables,” Terry said. “If you get hungry, you can have a pancake breakfast or at lunch try a hamburger off the barbecue.”

There will also be door prizes with chances to win either a homemade owl built out of recycled horseshoes or a bird constructed out of driftwood.

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All the money raised from this event will go toward the operation costs of the club.

Any donations are welcome.

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