Shop til you drop at the Early Bird Christmas Shopping Event in Golden

The second annual Early Bird Christmas Shopping Event will be happening at the Golden Senior’s Centre on Nov. 16 and 17.

The second annual Early Bird Christmas Shopping Event will be happening at the Golden Senior’s Centre on Nov. 16 and 17.

The doors for the event will be open from 12 -8 p.m on the 16, and 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. on the 17.

Once again this year the event is being organized by Jeanette Jackson who sells Scentsy products from her home.

“Last year it was successful because people were happy to have all the businesses in one spot,” Jackson said.

This year there will up to 24 vendors at the event who will be showcasing the products from their home based businesses.

“There will be a good mix. It is nice to have something fro everyone,” Jackson said.

Once again this year there will also be a number of door prizes at the event and a seating area for snacks and coffee.

“It is great to have everything in the one place. People can do all their shopping at once instead of trying to track people down,” she said.

Another point of the show is to let people find out about businesses that they may not have known existed in the area.

“Last year I found out about many businesses that I never knew were here. I have lived here my whole life and did not know about what people sell from their houses,” Jackson said.

The event last year was known for people having a great time while shopping.

To learn more about Scentsy www.jeanette-jackson.scentsy.ca/Scentsy/Home

 

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