Locations are secret ~ Kyle Williams, BIA







Did Mention Eggs?




Did Mention Flowers? is sponsoring an Easter Egg Hunt

March 28-31








id I Mention Flowers? is organizing it's 3rd Annual Easter Egg Hunt. If you are a Mill Street Village or Wellington Avenue retail-oriented merchant and have not yet confirmed participation, please contact Did I mention Flowers at 604-793-9491.


This event is open to all ages, and customers will need to come into your store to find an egg that you have hidden (in a different spot) the days of Wednesday March 28th, Thursday 29th, and Saturday 31st. Locations are secret (no posting on social media) as we want people coming into your stores to locate the eggs!





Dave Alger has over 40 years of experience in the floral industry and owner/lead floral designer at Did I mention Flowers? on Mill Street.



About Did I Mention Flowers

Did I Mention Flowers? is a family owned flower shop that opened up in October 2015 at #5 - 9360 Mill Street in Chilliwack, BC. It is located in the old Home Hardware building. The Button Box and Harvest Cafe face the building that the flower shop is located in. Dave Alger is the floral designer and he has over 40 years of experience in the floral industry doing large events using thousands of flowers to preparing a single Gerbera with willow branches for a loved one.

At Did I Mention Flowers? we use natural products like Hawaiian Huckleberry, Ivy, Moss, Red Dogwood Branches and Blueberry Branches to name a few, twinning them together to make incredible armatures for the flowers.

Our arrangements usually have a 360
view with something different at each turn. We always have beautifully crafted bouquets available to grab and go. Our table full of fresh cut flowers are perfect to choose your own flowers for a bouquet or to pick up a few cut flowers here and there.


For more information on ordering flowers, designs, visit their website here.


What Business Improvement Associations Actually Do


BIAs are registered non-profit organizations intended to help improve the commercial environment of a determined area. They are run by an elected board of directors, made up of volunteer member抯 which are a mix of property owners and commercial tenants within its boundary. BIAs are funded by the municipal property taxes from each commercial property within their boundary.

As associations, BIAs do not own the properties within their boundaries and are not responsible for their usage, nor do they create or enforce City bylaws such as parking regulations or property maintenance.

They do, however, work with the municipal government, property owners and local organizations to help facilitate necessary changes and provide a collective voice in support of improving the area.


Learn more about the BIA at their website here.


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