The 34th Annual Greater Bristol Chamber of Commerce Home & Business Expo, returns to Bristol Eastern High School on February 16-17, 2017.
Some of the highlights of the 2018 Home & Business Expo are over a hundred vendors, special kid’s activity section, food and snacks, free door prize drawings for all attendees, plus a huge craft fair!
Vendors on-hand include landscapers, roofers, custom cabinet makers, floor coverings, door and window dealers, computers, real estate specialists, banks, pools and spas, decorators, home security specialists and various community groups and non-profits.
In addition, Karen Kilmartin a highly sought after medium, best known for her down to earth attitude and compassion will offer free sessions on Sunday from 1PM to 3PM.
Kilmartin has over 50 years of experience as a psychic medium. She is Clairvoyant, Clairaudient, Clairsentient and Telepathic.
A Torrington native, she has given messages to international clients and individuals throughout the United States. Karen is a humanitarian that believes her gifts should be used for the greater good and has been used by numerous organizations for fundraising.
If you go:
When: Show hours are Saturday 11am – 5pm & Sunday 11am to 5pm and tickets are available at the door and priced $6.00 adults, $5.00 seniors and kids 12 and under free.
Where: Bristol Eastern High School 632 King Street Bristol, CT.
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