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Small Home Expo

Small Home Expo
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Coming June 1st and 2nd 2019 is the first ever Westcoast Small Home Expo! If you’re looking to buy your first home, or downsize from a larger home into something smaller, this event is for you!

With plenty of information about how to make the most of any small living space, including condominiums, townhouses, laneway homes, houseboats, and yes, tiny houses, this show is the perfect way to expand your vision of living well in a small footprint!
With helpful ways to save energy and money, you’ll come away with great resources and new ideas to help you personalize your own small home!

One June 1st and 2nd at Tradex, right next to the Abbotsford Airport. Tickets valid for entry on both days, plenty of parking available on-site for $7, with in-and-out privileges. Speakers and demos taking place all day long on our mainstage, and more info about building your own home on our build stage, which is right next to our LIVE on-site tiny house build! Watch as specialists work to complete the shell of a tiny house right before your eyes! Tour plenty of tiny houses in our tiny house village, and see Exhibitors talk about everything from cooking in a small kitchen to creating your perfectly-organized closet! Something for every room in the house, from convenient kitchens to restful bedrooms to cozy bathrooms.

Learn tips and tricks from all of our speakers, including interior designer Maria Killam, cookbook author and blogger Rebecca Coleman, and internationally-known tiny house builder Ben Garratt.

Our featured speaker will be known to anyone who follows HGTV or #livingbiginatinyhouse on YouTube, Bryce Langston! Bryce will speak on both Saturday and Sunday at the Expo, and will hang out all weekend long to generally geek out about tiny houses of all sorts!

Tickets only $10 for the entire weekend! Grab yours now at 50% off tickets for students and military.

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