cheap uggs for sale uk 2016 Windsor Home Garden Show
opens April 1 through April 3
By Karen Paton Evans
On a mission to find the perfect home enhancement products, the right contractor or the fastest boat, thousands of local people will be attending the 34th Annual Windsor Home Garden Show and Windsor Boat, RV and Recreation Show on April 1 to 3.
Held at the former RONA building across from Tecumseh Mall at Lauzon Parkway and Tecumseh Road East, double show will be jam packed wall to wall in this great 100,000 square foot facility. Every vendor space has been claimed by more than 260 exhibitors, says Stuart Galloway, president of 20/20 Show Productions Inc., producer of Ontario consumer shows for over 25 years.
Stu Galloway of 20/20 Show Productions
Presented by REMAX Preferred Realty Inc., the show offers huge variety of pretty much anything you could want for making your home more beautiful, efficient, safe and technologically advanced, indoors and out. Skilled trades and most of the major local companies that focus on home improvements will be here. Plus, we got everything for enjoying the outdoors with fishing and recreational boats and equipment, watersports, RVs and much more, Galloway says.
are so many options to shop, compare, buy and save. Talk to the pros. Find great ideas. Schedule appointments for quotes. Instead of driving to five different places on three different days to check out businesses, you can do it all easily in a few hours at our one convenient location. advantage of what is here and leave smiling, Galloway encourages.
An exciting new show feature is Landscape Ontario Speakers Series Gardens Exhibit. In collaboration, Landscape Ontario (Windsor Chapter) and the St. Clair College horticultural program are creating and building the Green for Life Gardens at the show. Knowledgeable speakers will host talks on what new in water gardening, pruning tips and tricks, planting spring container gardens, attracting wildlife, lawn care, growing orchids and figuring out what to with plants the Easter bunny left behind. Gardening experts and students will happily answer visitors questions.
Landscape design and build companies will also be at the show, demonstrating their skills with gorgeous displays.
For people who like to experience the outdoors while in motion, five local marine dealers are bringing in their 2016 fleets of recreation, pontoon and fishing boats, personal watercraft, outboards, dock and lift systems and boating accessories.
of the largest RV dealers in Ontario are showcasing their huge selection of travel trailers, fifth wheels, motorhomes and RV accessories, plus all Yamaha PowerSports, Galloway says.
Rochester Place Golf Club Resort is showing people how they can live seasonally in the resort style community. modular cottages are custom finished and furnished, ready for people to purchase and move in. It a great new concept, Galloway finds.
Last year show was such a hit that not everyone could find parking. rented 300 spaces offsite for our exhibitors, opening up 1,000 visitor parking spaces at the former RONA building. That should be ample, Galloway assures.
Outside the main entrance, visitors will be greeted by the aroma of pizza baking in an outdoor oven. A 1920s fire truck is certain to get attention. The Windsor Firefighters Honour Guard is holding a silent auction and gratefully accepting donations to pay for the fire truck new motor.
The honour guard is a group of local Fire Fighters who volunteer to honour those who serve. They march in parades, participate in funerals of fallen members and leaders and show respect in other ways. are more than willing to share their stories and be in visitors photos, Galloway says. In exchange for assistance with show parking, 20/20 Productions is making a large donation to the truck fund. 3. Admission is $10. Visitors under 16 years are admitted free. There is no charge for parking.