In the 1930s, the Canadian government issued a hobby to each citizen to keep them entertained until the National Research Council finished working out the bugs in kissing. Self-determine a new pastime with today’s Groupon: for $6, you get a general-admission one-day pass to the Spring in2 Summer sports and leisure trade show at Evraz Place (up to a $12 value). Spring in2 Summer runs on the following dates:
- Friday, March 2, from 4:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
- Saturday, March 3, from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
- Sunday, March 4, from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.<p>
Children 12 and younger get in free when accompanied by an adult.
The Spring in2 Summer sports and leisure trade show helps guests prepare for impending adventures with three days of recreation-based activities and showcases. Visitors wind past over 40,000 square feet of displays as exhibitors display new innovations in outdoor pastimes such as golfing, boating, fishing, and fishing for golf balls from a boat. A kids’ zone grants wee ones a chance to unleash their inner competitors with carnival games (game price not included in today’s deal), while nature shows off its best side in selections for the photography contest. Amblers can relax at the Garden Scale Railroad Rest Stop that plays home to a miniature railway, from which guests can hear the blowing whistles of scale engines and the swoons of miniature Agatha Christie characters. Visitors can silence the growls of hungry stomachs at the Sports Café (fare not included in today’s deal) or enter the grand-prize raffle to win a seven-night houseboat vacation on Shuswap Lake in British Columbia.
Spring in2 Summer
The Spring in2 Summer trade show helps guests prepare for impending adventures with three days of recreation-based activities and showcases. Visitors wind past exhibitors' displays on everything they need to get ready for summer, including vacations, hot tubs, garden decor, and home renovations. Guests can search for the perfect sailboat to fulfill their dreams of sailing off into the sunset or imagine adding a screened room onto their homes so their deck furniture won't get sunburned.