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Lane County Home And Garden Show Through Sunday
Each night, only festival lights in rafters will be used so that the landscapers can demonstrate night lighting in the landscape, setting the stage for a garden party, the show’s theme this year.
Admission is free and so are 50 seminars by national garden writers and local garden gurus including John Fischer, aka “The Relaxed Gardener,” and Jackie Chama, “Bloomers Green Thumb.”
Saturday and Sunday will include Sunset Magazine garden writer Mary-Kate Mackey, who is speaking on the best small trees for the Northwest garden and the best plants for a show-stopping fall garden.
There are remodeling and how-to seminars as well as OSU Extension Servicepresentations on topics ranging from raising chickens to container gardening.
There are more than 300 home and garden vendors, including contractors, garden nurseries and national manufacturers. See how smart phones apps can adjust your home thermostats at Marshall’s Heating booth or heat up a spa by Cedarworks. A $20 Propane Pal will alert you when the barbecue tank is low and there is an ergonomic paint brush by GalaxG Tools. Johnson Brothers Greenhouse is pairing plantings with herb cocktails recipes.
What: 35th Annual Lane County Home & Garden Show
When: March 6-9, 2014
Thursday: 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Friday: 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Sunday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Where: Lane Events Center, Convention Center at the Lane County Fairgrounds, Eugene
Cost: Free admission and parking! Bring canned food donations to benefit FOOD for Lane County.
For more information visit: www.EugeneHomeShow.com
For Mark Ross, founder of Ross NW Real Estate and professional real estate broker, real estate has always been the career of choice. During his 25+ years in the industry, Mark has gained experience in....
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