Plans are well underway for the fish and game club's annual Outdoor Recreation Show in June.

Plans underway for fish and game club’s Outdoor Recreation Show

Those interested in being exhibitors have until May 1 to reserve space

June is just around the corner and so is the Courtenay and District Fish & Game Protective Association’s 24th annual Outdoor Recreation Show on June 4-5.

This popular family community event is generously sponsored by 97.3 the Eagle, Quality Foods and John’s Your Independent Grocer.  Admission and parking is free, we just ask for food bank donations.

We welcome interested exhibitors to fill out the exhibitor application form on the website at  www.courtenayfishandgame.org and mail to PO Box 3177, Courtenay, BC V9N 5N4,  Attn: Outdoor Recreation Show with the  required fee no later than May 1 to ensure a space. Only $100 per space for both days.

 

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