Monday, July 28, 2014
PLACERVILLE, CALIFORNIA
99 CENTS

Welcome to the 31st annual El Dorado County Home & Garden Show!

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From page C2 | April 14, 2011 |

We are moving on into our fourth decade of bringing the best of our home improvement businesses together, unbelievable!

This is an opportunity for our residents to come to one beautiful location, our very own county fairgrounds, to peruse the displays of companies that want to share their products and services.

They will all be here — landscape, roofing, glass/windows, heating and air, painting, construction, concrete, furniture, stoves, bath, propane, electrical, solar, gutter systems, pest control and so much more!

The layout is a bit new and improved for easier navigation. We have a new section in the Plaza area for the incredible crafty folks that make some of the best home decorating and gift items around. And of course we will have those fun and useful items we just can’t live without.

The food…oh the food! We have the Elks not only pouring the brews, but also serving up their signature tacos. Union Mine Music Boosters will be here with burgers, fries and yummy breakfast sandwiches. J’s Dogs will be here with, yep you guessed it, the very best in hot dogs. Rich’s Ice Cream will be serving up by the scoop. Original Kettle Korn is a home show tradition; you can’t pass it up. Ozark Backwoods BBQ is back; can’t you just smell it now? Maui Wowi will be here with delectable smoothies and coffee drinks.

Did you hear about the How-To Classes? This is going to be fun. Hall’s Window Center will give a class on window/door replacement. Mary Kay’s very own Angela Honoroff will be showing us how to do a personal makeover. The Master Gardners will be sharing the ins and outs of raised beds gardening. And we have the Crazy Cajun himself; Charley Addison will be sharing some of the secrets of Cajun cooking as well as some Cajun history. These classes will be held in the back of the Organ room. Don’t miss them! You will find the schedule on the center map page of this tab.

Could you use an extra $250?? You will be offered an entry form when you come to the show. There will be 30 special home show signs scattered throughout the booths. All you have to do is find them all, write down the name of the business and drop it off at the home show office. Drawing will be held on Sunday at 4 p.m., one entry per adult, need not be present to win. Good Luck!!

Kids? We wouldn’t leave them out! They will have a great time with Borba’s pony rides, free bounce houses and the free kid’s workshop sponsored by Home Depot. It’s a real family affair.

We are pulling together; supporting each other to be sure we stay a vibrant and thriving community. Come to the home show, talk to the experts, and get your questions answered. We can’t wait to see you!

Kathy Jurgens – Kathy Witherow

El Dorado County Home & Garden Show

$2 Admission – $5 Parking

Friday, April 29, noon–7 p.m., Saturday-Sun April 30-May 1, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

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