8th Annual Greater Roanoke Home and Garden Show earnings in January

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Posted: Wednesday, Dec 14, 2016 5:00 pm

8th Annual Greater Roanoke Home and Garden Show earnings in January

The Greater Roanoke Home Garden Show earnings to a Berglund Center Jan 13-15 with dual vaunt halls packaged with ideas and impulse – and appearances by Brian Santos, “The Wall Wizard,” best-selling author and TV personality. Also returning this year, is a New Product Zone, a collection of tip picks of new products out on a market, some that have not even strike a shelves yet.

The eighth annual show, that runs from Friday by Sunday, is usually in time for open home improvements. It facilities all from a front doorway to a backyard, including a latest inspiration, ideas and trends in kitchens, baths and remodeling. The venue will be packaged with exhibits featuring garden displays, landscaping, H2O features, windows, doors, sunrooms and more.

Beautiful landscaping will be on arrangement providing ideas for gardeners. Attendees can also attend giveaway seminars by a Roanoke Master Gardeners. Hear them plead a accumulation of topics that assistance we know that plants will do good in your yard; what to plant, where to plant it and how to keep it beautiful!

Foodies will be drawn to a Art, Gift Gourmet area, including food tastings, cooking demonstrations and booze tastings from Fincastle Vineyards and Ice Cream by Homestead Creamery. And a kiddos will be entertained too; The Cookie Store will be there with giveaway cookie decorating for a kids. They can also have fun in a interactive Kids Zone, with hands-on workshops by The Home Depot. Meanwhile, animal lovers will suffer a Angels of Assisi Pet Zone, where they will be means adopt a furry, four-legged friend.

The Greater Roanoke Home Garden Show will be hold during a Berglund Center from 2-6 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 13; 10 a.m.-7 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 14; and 11 a.m.-5 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 15. Parking is free. Admission is $8.50 for adults and $7.50 for seniors 65 and older. Kids 16 and younger are free, as are active avocation troops with ID. Save $1 off admissions with coupons accessible during www.ShowTechnology.com, collect adult a banking during a circuitously Home Depot, or move a canned food object benefitting Feeding America Southwest Virginia for $1 off adult admission. Offers can't be combined. You can compensate usually once and revisit all weekend. Tickets are sole onsite and usually during uncover hours. The Home Depot will be giving divided “Homer” Buckets, both to a initial 100 attendees any day of a show. Also, Show Technology will be giving divided Tote Bags during a door, while reserve last.

The uncover is sponsored by, WSLS TV, Comcast Spotlight and WSLQ (Q99) radio. To learn more, greatfully visit: www.roanokehomeandgardenshow.com.

Submitted by Stefanie Brown

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