Clearwater Health Expo booking now

C-FES has been organizing events in Clearwater and area for over 10 years and has encouraged the number of visitors to the area

Clearwater Festival and Events Society (C-FES) are currently planning their seventh annual Arts, Health and Wellness Expo.

The event will be held on Saturday, Feb. 2, in the gymnasium at Clearwater Secondary School.

The benefits of the Expo are to provide and create community health and wellness partnerships, lifestyle choices, and to bring awareness of services and businesses in our community and area.

The Expo will offer entrepreneurs an opportunity to promote their businesses (including homebased businesses) and groups or non-profits an opportunity to highlight what they do.

All booths will be 10’x10’ spaces and you are welcome to share your space with another business.

C-FES has been organizing events in Clearwater and area for over 10 years and has encouraged the number of visitors to the area, providing a positive economic impact.

For more information or to book your space call Fay 250-674-2700 or Cindy 250-674-2939 or email cfesevents@yahoo.ca.

In conjunction with the Expo there will be a Job Fair happening in the Pit at Clearwater Secondary School. The Job Fair will be held on Friday, Feb. 1, for students, and then open to the public on Saturday, Feb 2, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m., Clearwater and District Chamber of Commerce along with Clearwater Secondary School will host the Job Fair.

 

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