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Plant Nite is coming to Canada!

You may not know this about us, but we’re huge fans of Canada. We’re all like…

I mean, who isn’t? Canada is a pretty fantastic place with a unique and interesting history. Not to mention, Canadians make just flat-out charming neighbors.

Paint Nite has proudly offered events in Canada for years now, but Plant Nite…well…

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We’ve been getting some feedback from our Canadian friends.

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And we want to let you to know that we’ve heard you!

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So, we just have one question for you:


and there’s dancing…


Yes, we’re so excited (nay, ECSTATIC) to officially announce that Plant Nite is coming to Canada!

Here are some of our first Canadian markets:

  1. Hamilton, Ontario
  2. Vancouver, British Columbia
  3. Calgary, Alberta
  4. London, Ontario
  5. Toronto, Ontario

Don’t worry! We’re just getting started. Be sure to pop on over to our website to keep an eye out for when your city hits our map. Better yet, join our email list, and we’ll let you know.

Want to bring Plant Nite to your city? Become a Plant Nite Creative Entrepreneur and run the show yourself. We’d love to have you join our team!


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  • Monique Berube says:

    Hello, I recently saw this advertised on Facebook and thought that it would be so fun ! I’ve seen paint parties, but these plant parties sound even better. I love crafting and being creative. I’m a plant lover ,I have over twenty various house plants, succulents and bonsai. Those are my passion and past time and in summer I have a huge yard with various gardens. I love plants and also have a tower garden for winter greens. I love to socialize and have parties, so I think that this would be so fun to do and be able to share crafting and planting ideas, with family, friends and there friends. Please consider me and send me more info on how to be a part of this exciting, new way to have a great time, and start a great business . Thanks, sincerely Monique Berube

  • Sandra Steel says:

    I am very much interested in learning more about the requirements for the job.

    I am an elementary teacher who has taught art at the intermediate level for 25 years. I do not have a portfolio or any formal training in horticulture but it has been my life long hobby. I share my house with over 30 happy healthy plants and often gift plant arrangements to family and friends.

    Most recently I used a mannequin head and cacti to make a punk rock planter complete with nose ring. I have also made fairy gardens for ny nieces and nephews as well as wreaths for doors and small flower arrangements for showers. I get much of my inspiration from Pinterest and find my materials both in nature and from dollar/craft stores.

    If you think I may have some of the requirements necessary for the job, please contact me.

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