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GARDEN MARKETPLACE
SATURDAY, March 2 
7:45 am - 5:00 pm for registrants
9:30 a
m - 5:00 pm for the public
Oak Harbor High School 

We are excited to welcome you to the 2024 Garden Marketplace! As we anticipate spring, there is much to discover and learn. During the workshop, be sure to visit the Marketplace at Oak Harbor High School for an inspiring collection of garden-related items and activities.

Marketplace Shopping

You will be delighted with a broad selection of vendors representing nurseries, garden centers and bookstores, artisans, and more. Exhibitors are eager to show you what is new for the season to inspire your spring gardening experience.

 

Take a break between workshop sessions and enjoy the company of like-minded gardeners while you browse and shop in a festive environment. Relax at one of the tables adorned with festive umbrellas, chat with friends and or just enjoy the atmosphere of a spring Marketplace, sure to delight your senses.

Coffee and Treats

Be sure to stop and have some fresh coffee provided by Whidbey Coffee and served by Island County 4-H volunteers along with their homemade snacks. You can find their booth on the right as you enter the Marketplace from the check-in area.

Books by Workshop Instructors 

A wonderful collection of new books by WGW instructors and other exciting gardening titles are available for purchase in our Bookstore. Workshop instructors who have authored books can sign your copy during the Workshop. Visit the Marketplace Bookstore or your check-in packet for the signing schedule.

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Raffle Prizes

Watch for terrific raffle items from supporting businesses and individuals on Whidbey and Camano islands. This varied and valuable group of offerings is sure to please. The generosity of these donors is greatly appreciated. Check back for the list of raffle prizes a few weeks before the workshop. 

 

The Marketplace is open to the public from 9:30 am.

For those not registered for the Workshop, a donation of $5 is suggested.

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