top of page
Every year, Silver and Gold Magazine hosts the Good Living Show for Boomers Plus, a unique event organized to entertain, educate, and provide a great bond between our loyal clients and our readers.
For this year's event (2019) CLICK HERE.
Check out images from our 2016 show!
Photography: Ryk Photo & Design
Kari's of Ancaster put on a fantastic fashion show... Ladies, you were grrrreat!
These ladies are stylin'!!!
it was crowded (and warm!) for the fashion show... but we all enjoyed it!
Familia Fine Foods of Oakville will cook deliver straight to your home!
Leony deGraaf, of deGraaf Financial Strategies
Silver & Gold Magazine Founder and Publisher, Suzanne Soto-Davies
Kari, of Kari's of Ancaster, delighted the crowds with her knowledge of fashion. A class act!
A happy duo enjoys the views at Paletta Mansion
Lamajano Quartet delighted the crows throughout the day
Pretty in pink!
Clothing, jewellery by Traditions Alive of Burlington
How lovely it is to be First Class!
Solutions 2 Organize
Sell 'n Stay
Ruthven Park Historic Site
Canadian Christian Tours (left) and Burlington Footnotes (right)
Waiting outside Paletta on a beautiful August 18th morning
August 18 at Paletta Mansion, Burlington
What Good Living we celebrated!
10am – Opening speech with special guests:
City of Burlington Mayor, Rick Goldring, and
Town of Oakville Mayor, Rob Burton
Music performance by Lamajano Quartet
11am – Tai Chi demonstration +
fortune cookie giveaways
12pm – Dr. Laura Belus, Naturopath:
Living healthy, naturally! Plus juicing demonstration
1pm – Lady's fashion show by Kari's of Ancaster
3pm – Why is a condo a good choice for you?
By Condo Don, Don Bassindale, Realtor®
How to organize, downsize, make it all fit sensibly.
4pm – Sell 'n Stay: It's not a reverse mortgage.
We learned how to release 100% of our home's equity and
stay living in it... for good!
5pm – Tai Chi demonstration +
fortune cookie giveaways
In the RBC Room:
11am – 2:30pm: Antiques Appraisals by Treasures Antiques
We reserved a time slot for free, yet had many walk-ins!
3pm – 7pm: Handwriting Analysis by Mary Ann Matthews
We reserved a 10 minute spot, yet had many walk-ins!
A $20 fee applied, which didn't make everyone happy but
you cannot always give your talents away for free!
In the Warman Room:
Free Photo Booth on site! We brought our smiling faces
and had our photos taken.
We checked out the historic model railway diorama by
Friends of Freeman Station. Check out our fantastic video!
Special Fall Plant Sale
We had a chance to order our Fall season bulbs and mums, and helped raise funds toward the many community-based programs that St. Christopher's Church in Burlington does.
Thank you! See you later on this year for another great show!
bottom of page