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PO Box 39, Hyannis, Ma 02601

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Hyannis

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:15 PM
Hyannis Country Club
1840 Iyannough road
Hyannis, MA  02601
United States
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The Rotary Club of Hyannis will host the 58th annual Home and Garden Show. From 10 AM to 5 PM, Saturday & Sunday, at Barnstable High School field house and gymnasium. ADMISSION TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR ONLY

    The event, this year sponsored by Clipper Landscape, will include more than 100 exhibitors with displays of products and services, plus Thousands of $$$$ in RAFFLE PRIZES, discounts and free advice.

New to our Show this year is Love.Live.Local, Everything Cape Cod.  http://lovelivelocal.com

     There will be free soil testing by Master Gardeners, demonstrations on boat-building by Cape Cod Maritime Museum, crafts and face painting for kids and Gourmet Brunch in the food Court. Among those creating gardening and  landscaping exhibits will be Clipper Landscaping, Pine Harbor Wood Products, Stonewood Products, R & K Landscaping & Irrigation 

The Bloodmobile will be there Saturday ONLY, Donate a pint of blood and receive FREE admission to the Show.   

Administration: $6, children under 12 admitted free. All proceeds benefit the Rotary Club of Hyannis Good Works Funds, which provides donations to local community charities, scholarships and beautification projects.

Since 1925, Hyannis Rotary Club has donated over 4 Million Dollars back to the community

Regards,                                               

James Tvrdik 

2016  Home Show Chair

PO Box 39

Hyannis, MA 02601

508-430-4600 FAX 1-508-790-8225

Email: RotaryHGShow@aol.com

Website www.hyannisrotary.org

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The Rotary Home & Garden Show 2016 are accepting booth reservations. The video below shows how much value our returning vendors and you get by exhibiting your business and service to future clients. Over 3,000 will be attending the 2 days of Early Spring extravaganza. Our starting booth package is only $650.00 with a 1/8 page in in the New Home improvement Directory.
Check it out while Booths are still available.
http://hyannisrotary.org/SitePage/2016-rotary-home-garden-show-information-and-registration
 

 
 
 
 
 
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