Strategic Communication Africa Limited (Stratcomm Africa) and the Ghana Garden and Flower Movement are set to deliver an enchanting December edition of the Ghana Garden and Flower Show (GGFS).
The December edition of the Show was introduced in 2021 to usher in the 10th anniversary of the main GGFS and has become a regular annual activity.
‘Unleashing growth; spread the love’ is the theme for this Christmas edition of the Ghana Garden and Flower Show, which will take place from December 8 to 12 at the Efua Sutherland Children’s Park.
The Show will witness exciting activities such as Exhibitions, gardening workshops and masterclasses for Adults and Children, Garden Playground for children, Christmas family activities, as well as a Paint and Sip Session.
Stratcomm Africa’s annual end-of-year thanksgiving service, Praise Jam, will also once again take place in the Park on the 11th of December 2022.
Garden and Flower Show exhibitors are poised to meet patrons’ garden needs with a wide variety of plants, garden ornaments, furniture and other garden-themed items, such as clothing and many others.
This is to contribute to sprucing up your homes and surroundings for Christmas whilst also contributing to the fight against Climate Change and Environmental Degradation.
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