Exhibitor Susan McWhirter from Cedar with her impressive bounty during the second annual Saltair Seedy Sunday in 2020 just prior to the start of the pandemic. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Exhibitor Susan McWhirter from Cedar with her impressive bounty during the second annual Saltair Seedy Sunday in 2020 just prior to the start of the pandemic. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Saltair Seedy Sunday sets sights on spring

Interested vendors need to reserve now for March 6 event

Spaces are being reserved now for Saltair Seedy Sunday vendors on March 6 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Saltair Community Centre.

This will be the fourth annual Seedy Sunday.

Tables are $10 each, with indoor and outdoor spaces available.

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Contact Lia Versaevel by email at Versaevel.liamarie@gmail.com to reserve now. Payment is due immediately to reserve a table and there are no refunds.

“Reservations for vendors are actively coming in and we would like more,” noted Versaevel. “Spring cannot come soon enough for those of us obsessed with growing food and flowers.”

Vendors need to indicate what they are selling or demonstrating when reserving a space.

To become a vendor, payments can be sent by Etransfer to jacquelinerieck007@gmail.com, password: seedysunday (all one word).

The event is a one-stop spot for everything pertaining to garden growing for swapping, sharing and purchasing.

There will be games, contests, door prizes and more. Admission is by donation to the food bank, with cash preferred.

Proof of vaccine is not expected to be required, but that could change depending on Provincial Health Orders for COVID. Masks, however, will be a must.

The centre is located at 3850 South Oyster School Rd.

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John Silins, Diana Hardacker and Adrienne Brown at the 2020 Saltair Seedy Sunday, representing Chemainus Climate Solutions. “We will have a table at the March Seedy Sunday,” noted Silins. The display will be co-sponsored by Chemainus Climate Solutions and Saltair District Ratepayers Association. (File photo by Don Bodger)

John Silins, Diana Hardacker and Adrienne Brown at the 2020 Saltair Seedy Sunday, representing Chemainus Climate Solutions. “We will have a table at the March Seedy Sunday,” noted Silins. The display will be co-sponsored by Chemainus Climate Solutions and Saltair District Ratepayers Association. (File photo by Don Bodger)