The Siuslaw news. (Florence, Lane County, Or.) 1960-current, February 28, 2018, WEDNESDAY EDITION, Page 1c, Image 17

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    Florenoe Home & Garden Show • February 28, 2018 • 1c
Find solutions for home & garden needs this weekend
f you’ve got a list for
home improvement
projects, bring it
with you to this week-
end’s Florence Home
& Garden Show. Th e Florence
Events Center will be packed Fri-
day through Sunday with vendors
featuring products and services for
just about everything you’ll need.
Th irty-eight vendors will off er
new ideas, products and services.
Th e show incorporates vendor
exhibits, landscape design, food
tasting, demonstrations, prizes
and giveaways into the upbeat,
warm and intimate atmosphere of
the events center, explained show
director Jon Th ompson.
Th is year’s show begins Friday,
while they last in
when doors will be
open from 2 to 6
honor of its 75th
anniversary this
p.m. Th en again on
year. Th e Siuslaw
Saturday from 10
a.m. to 6 p.m. and it
Chapter of the
closes aft er Sun-
American Rhodo-
day’s showing, from
dendron Society
will be giving away
11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
a rhododendron
Admission is just $2
for adults and $1 for
plant every hour of
children 12 and un-
the show.
der. Half price cou-
Celia’s Gourmet
Foods, Spiritopia
pons are available
Liqueurs and Ki-
at Bi-Mart, while
they last. If you’re
mo’s Dips will give
coming to the show Dozens of vendors will come to the Florence Events Center from March 2 to 4 for the attendees a taste of
late Saturday, you’ll Florence Home and Garden Show. Taste samples, test products, observe demonstra- home and you can
be pleased to know tions and hear from local and regional vendors all three days of the show.
sign up for fresh
that you can get in for free be-
produce with Winter Green Farm.
Central Lincoln PUD will be
tween 4 p.m. and closing.
giving away advanced power strips Kitchen Craft will be demonstrat-
ing its innovative low-fat cookware
and off ering tasty samples.
A Breath of Spring is the theme
of the centerpiece design by Laurel
Bay Gardens. Th e local nursery’s
display has been the focal point
for the show since its inception
and this year it will showcase new
growing techniques and fresh de-
sign concepts for coastal gardens.
Laurel Bay Garden’s display
will include new products for the
grow-your-own gardeners, includ-
ing Hydrodynamics rooting trays,
new potting soils specifi c for op-
timum growing in pots, and new
lines of organic fertilizers, accord-
ing to Lisa Walter Sedlacek, who,
along with her husband David,