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Floresville Home & Garden show this weekend!


Floresville Home & Garden show this weekend!


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April 3, 2013
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Need to spruce up your garden? Or maybe you’re thinking of laying down some new tile in your home. Whatever home improvements projects you want to start can begin with attending the third annual Home & Garden Show on Saturday, April 6, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, April 7, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Floresville Event Center at 600 S.H. 97 West in Floresville.

Attendees will benefit from a diverse product mix, and expert advice from guest speakers to include Calvin Finch, Brian Davis with AgriLife Extension, Floresville Electric Light & Power System, Home Depot, Bexar County Master Gardeners, and more.

A total of 47 vendors will be on hand, including furniture, nurseries, landscapers, jewelry, Sunrooms 4-U, Leland Portable Buildings, pottery, and Cook Portable Warehouses, to name a few. Multiple snack and food vendors also will be available. Face painting and a visit from the Floresville High School Tiger mascot will highlight the children’s activities. Door prizes will be awarded every hour.

Tickets are $5 at the door.

Sponsors of the Home & Garden Show are Pfeil’s Home & Garden Materials, Ancira Ford, Tractor Supply, Tractor City, and Dittmar Lumber.

For more information, contact Crystal Anders at 210-248-8544 or homeandgarden2012@yahoo.com

Guest Speakers/Event Schedule:

Saturday, April 6
10-10:30 a.m. • Calvin Finch: Adapting to the soil of Floresville
11-11:30 a.m. • FELPS
11:30-noon • Leslie Butterfield, Bexar County Master Gardener: Composting
2-3 p.m. • Home Depot: Applying fertilizer

Sunday, April 7
11-11:30 a.m. • Brian Davis, AgriLife Extension Office
1-1:30 p.m. • Home Depot: Laying tile
1:30-2 p.m. • Jamie Dailey Bexar County Master Gardener: Using “fire wise” plants around your home

Visit these vendors:

•Leland’s Barn
•Tractor City
•Hem of His Garment
•Usborne Books
•Drama Kids International
•Sunrooms 4U
•Wilson County Library
•Monica Flores, artist
•Organo Gold
•Tejada Welding
•La Vernia Pool & Spa
•FELPS
•A-Action Roofing
•T-Scapes
•European Cowgirl
•Finders Keepers
•Virginia Twins
•Living Well Essentials
•Texas Farm Bureau
•Breathe Easy Systems
•Difersified Dream Works
•Only In Texas
•Southwest Exteriors
•Elmer’s One Hour A/C & Heating
•Gillespie Custom Cabinets
•TeGar-den
•Mary Kay Cosmetics
•Roc ‘N Arrow
•H-E-B
•Scentsy
•U Build It
•Cutco
•Thirty One
•Texas Water Solutions
•Home Depot
•Better Homes & Garden Real Estate
•Diamond M Jewelry
•Delilah’s Bistro
•On Time Elmer Swimming Pool Co.
•Sandy Gray, artist
•Texanrafter
•The Holeworks
•Color Me Green Nursery
•Pfeil’s Home & Garden
•Cook’s Portable Bldgs.
•S&D Delicious Foods
•Primerica
•Relay For Life
•Efficient Attic Systems
•Culligan Water
 

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