Ron Middleton, cleared the air, so to speak, with his Rainbow air purifiers that use water to clear dust and pollutants from indoor air. Middleton joined more than 80 vendors offering products and ideas and ideas to improve life around the house at the Early Spring Home Expo held at Beban Park earlier this year. The Spring Home Expo is this weekend (Feb. 16-18)(CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin) Purification process Ron Middleton, cleared the air, so to speak, with his Rainbow air purifiers that use water to clear dust and pollutants from indoor air. Middleton joined more than 80 vendors offering products and ideas and ideas to improve life around the house at the 2018 early spring HomExpo held at Beban Park over the weekend. (CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin)

Home expo rolls in for big pre-spring show

Nanaimo Spring Home Expo is this weekend, Feb. 16-18, at Beban Park social centre

The Nanaimo Spring Home Expo will get the jump on spring this weekend, Feb. 16-18.

According to an event press release, the expo “emphasizes the finishing touches that will make your house a home, and the resources you need to make your home a masterpiece.”

Local home improvement and home décor experts will be on hand.

Admission to the expo is free. It will be held at the Beban Park social centre on Friday, Feb. 16, from 1-6 p.m., Saturday from 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

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