26th International Home Show hosts Better Living Boomer Show Oct. 27 – 30 at the International Centre
MISSISSAUGA – October 25, 2011 . . . Now in its second year, the Better Living Boomer Show celebrates the good things in life. Daily presentations on food, wine, health and relationships complement exhibits that range from travel, eco-friendly products and home security to silent auctions and more. The show is free with admission to the International Home Show running October 27-30 at the International Centre.
“Baby boomers are influencing the housing market, travel, health care and almost every aspect of society,” explains show manager Paul Newdick. “The Better Living Boomer Show addresses these and areas of special interest to the active and growing over 45 population.”
Homeopath and functional medicine nutritionist, Bryce Wylde is one of Canada’s leading alternative health experts. The host of CP24′s popular Wylde on Health garners over 5 million viewers. Wylde is at the show Thursday to share his knowledge of alternative and integrative approaches to health and wellness.
Columnist and talk show host, Valerie Gibson notes that the 50+ single is the fastest growing demographic. An expert in contemporary love, sex, and dating she explores how to survive a whole new world of relationships during her Saturday presentation. The session covers ways to meet new people, use online dating and more, with references to her new book, Cougar: A Guide for Older Women dating Younger Men to be released in November.
Justine Blainey, a major champion of women in sports, is a Brampton area chiropractor, wife and mother devoted to health and wellness. At her Sunday presentation, How to harness 10 times more daily energy she explains how to release energy obstructions and gain healing potential.
Live it Up
Dairy Farmers of Canada are running 18 complimentary seminars and tastings of Ontario cheeses at the show’s Wine and Dine Village. Add a little wine and it’s a marriage made in heaven! Dave Larocque of Global Vinters arrives Thursday, to simplify the essentials of wine, and provide notes on wine and cheese pairings. On Saturday, author and wine columnist, Tony Aspler draws from his vast experience to offer the best wine and cheese matches.
Justin Lamontagne of Pilsner Urquell gives us an alternative spin to the wine and cheese party. The trained beer educator and entertainer is on a mission Friday andSunday to share his passion for the brew. “Beer,” he says, “is often overlooked as a beverage partner with cheese.” Finally, mixologist Trevor Burnett shakes it up with his crazy cocktail demonstrations.
Vacation and retirement lifestyle opportunities await in beautiful Panama. The country, which is rapidly opening to tourism, vacation condos and homes is hosting a 2,000 sq. ft. exhibit that reflects the culture of this equatorial paradise. The exhibit includes seminars from Panama residents and business owners about vacation destinations, homebuying, and more.
Now in its eighth year, bringing eco-friendly and energy conservation products to show visitors, the Green Street Pavilion features 40,000 square feet of E-COOL-ogical cutting edge technologies, eco-builders, solar and geothermal systems, sustainable building and home products. A newaddition to the Pavilion is an eco-house constructed by the Grain Farmers of Ontario featuring household items and construction materials made from soy, wheat and corn. Another featured exhibiter is recycleyourelectronics.ca whowill teach consumers how to recycle their computers, phones, printers and televisions and keep them out of Ontario landfills.
The International Home Show includes The Better Living Boomer Show and InteriorDecorating Show. The show runs Thursday, October 27th through Sunday, October 30th, at the International Centre, 6900 Airport Road, Mississauga. Hours are Thursday 11 am to 8 pm; Friday and Saturday 10 to 8 pm & Sunday: 10 am to 6 pm. Admission is free for children 12 and under, $10 for youth (13-17) or seniors, $15 per adult or two for $25 if purchased online. For details 416-512-1305 email@example.com Or visit http://www.internationalhomeshow.ca
*For trade registration for the Interior Decorating Show, Thursday, Oct. 27 visit: www.interiordecoratingshow.ca
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