Annual Spring Craft & Antique Show

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Lynden Craft Show
The first day of Spring is next week Monday! We are so excited as we were hit with a ton of snow and rain this winter. The snow was beautiful but it lingered on and on. I know that I’m ready for some sunshine, how about you?
If you are anticipating Spring you may want to check out Lynden’s 31’st Annual Spring Craft & Antique Show. It starts today at the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds in the Expo Building. Meet local artisans and be inspired by all the creativity. Enjoy all the fabulous booths featuring handcrafted wares, home and holiday décor, gourmet food, re-purposed and up-cycled vintage treasures. It truly is one of the largest shows of its kind in the Northwest. Meet over 100+ artisans who will inspire you with their creativity. Do you enjoy handcrafts, antiques and original art? Looking for home décor to spruce up your home? Well, please visit the Craft and Antique Show ~ you won’t be disappointed! For more information click the following: Lynden Craft and Antique Show
Thursday & Friday Hours: 10:00am – 8:00pm
Saturday hours: 10:00am-5:00pm
Admission: Adults $6.00 | Senior (60+) $5.00 | Children 12 and under are free | free parking & return privileges

SPRING INTO A NEW HOME!


According to the Daily Real Estate News inventories of homes for sale have increased 10 percent year-over-year, signaling growing seller optimism and a strong, early start to the spring home-buying season. The median list price edged up 76 percent higher in February compared to year-ago levels. The nationwide median list price is $199,000, realtor.com reports. Seller confidence is the factor to watch as we head into the spring home-buying season, and these are very encouraging indicators – not only are more homes coming onto the market, but typically we don’t see a rise in asking prices this early into the year. This is the market sellers have been waiting for. Still, realtor.com notes that inventories are still low by historical standards. About 99 of the 146 markets that realtor.com tracks saw year-over-year gains in inventory levels.