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Chris Bairdhttp://www.servedaily.com
Chris is a family man with a beautiful wife and four kids. Three Girls, One Boy. He enjoys playing basketball, being outdoors, and the old normal.

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r Spring is a season when life is on the move, a fertile time to cultivate new projects and make new relationships. It’s a season of budding hopes, of renewal, of the hatching of dreams and of planning, building and becoming.

With that in mind, a new home expo will be held at the Spanish Fork Fairgrounds on Friday and Saturday, April 12 – 13. The Home & Fun Expo will provide exhibits and demonstrations related to home and garden improvement, family health and nutrition, plus entertainment and recreation. The event is produced by local residents, Ron and Karen Payne, and the staff of the Daily Herald.

Guests to the Expo will enjoy learning about new products and services in a relaxed, friendly, under-one-roof atmosphere, with over 100 booths inside and outside the hall.

Compare the values offered by local cable and phone services both for entertainment and for internet connections. Find out the impact the local SFCN is having in the Spanish Fork area.

You’ll find floors, windows, doors, fences and much more from local businesses anxious to make you aware of their products. Shop for vacuums, books, home security, cutlery and cookware. Explore the advantages of solar for your home.

On the recreation side, your find spacious boats and comfortable trailers. Participate in opportunities with electronic games and exercise facilities. Try out an electronic bicycle in the parking lot. Sharpen your skills in the axe-throwing exhibit just outside.

For the kids, Jumptown Inflatables will have a fun slide for the younger set to appreciate. And for appetizing comfort, Smokin Road House will provide tasty barbecue sandwiches and drinks. Take a family moment to have a fun photo taken of your group by RK Creative. Grab a free bag of popcorn from Tim Shanto Insurance.

Check out the services of Mountainlands Family Health Care Centers in Payson and Provo. Visit the Humana booth for health insurance advise. Find a unique way to sell or buy your home with the new Homie program.

Try on several jewelry offerings. Check the latest in cosmetics and skin care including new CBD products. Explore the new offering of local nutrition and essential oil companies, most of which had their start in Utah County.

The Home & Fun Expo is held in the Spanish Fork Fairgrounds, 475 South Main, at the tennis court building. Hours of operation are from Noon to 8 PM on Friday and 10 AM to 6 PM on Saturday. There is plenty of free parking within the fairgrounds.

The community event is supported in part by the Spanish Fork & Salem Chamber of Commerce, The Daily Herald, and SFCN.

Join the FUN as a vendor by contacting Ron Payne at 801 372-3300 payner9@icloud.com or Craig Conover at 801 420-1289, cconover@heraldextra.com.

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