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Seedy situation sprouts in Saltair

Fourth annual event gets people going on growing
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GoldenRose Paquette, left, and Carolyn Herriot from Deep Roots Farm at Saltair Seedy Sunday. (Photo by Jackie Rieck)

Saltair Seedy Sunday is a growing trend.

The fourth annual event that gets people in a gardening frame of mind was held Sunday, March 5 at the Saltair Community Centre and there was a fantastic turnout from the public.

The weather was also in favour of the organizers after some previous days that looked anything like spring gardening season.

The gorgeous sunny day was a welcome relief for everyone still feeling absorbed in dealing with all the snow earlier in the week.

Pun intended, “Saltair Centre was buzzing with chatter and laughter,” noted Saltair Community Society member Jackie Rieck. “It was wonderful to feel such a great sense of community.”

The vendors, as always, were amazing and helped create a welcoming and cozy atmosphere.

Many generous cash donations for the food bank were received by those attending in lieu of an admission.

Several people also took advantage of the opportunity to sign up for Saltair Community Society membership.

They’ll do it all again in March 2024 with Seedy Sunday No. 5.

“In the meantime, we wish you a productive and plentiful garden growing season,” Rieck concluded.

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Lia Versaevel, left, and Nadi Bottomley at the Saltair Community Society table. (Photo by Jackie Rieck)
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The Ladysmith Saltair Garden Club display. (Photo by Jackie Rieck)
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Some of the Saltair Seedy Sunday vendors. (Photo by Jackie Rieck)


Don Bodger

About the Author: Don Bodger

I've been a part of the newspaper industry since 1980 when I began on a part-time basis covering sports for the Ladysmith-Chemainus Chronicle.
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