|Title:||Puyallup Home, Remodeling and Garden Show|
|Date:||1/5/2018 - 1/7/2018|
|Address:||Washington State Fairgrounds (SHOWPLEX Building) , BLUE GATE, 110 9th Ave SW, Puyallup, WA 98371|
|Hours:||10AM-7PM FRI & SAT 10AM-5PN SUN|
|Cost/Cover:||$8.00 General Admission, $7.00 Seniors & Military, Under 17 free & Parking is Free|
|Contact Info:||Mark Blaine
Phone: (253) 874-8711
|Details:||Puyallup Home, Remodeling and Garden Show is coming to the Washington State Fair Grounds in Puyallup, WA at the Mattress Firm Showplex Building the weekend of January 5, 6 and 7, 2018. Friday and Saturday 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM, and Sunday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM. General Admission - $8.00; Seniors and Military - $7.00 Seniors & Military; Under 17 - Free. Acres of Parking is FREE. We’re happy to announce that hundreds of new and favorite past exhibitors will be at this annual event!!|
Ciscoe will ill welcome all your gardening questions and giving tips on sprucing up your yard on Sunday, January 7th at 1:00 PM in the main area of the Showplex building.
Real Wood Tiny Homes
Take a tour of Realwood Tiny Homes and Compact Pre-Engineered Buildings are transportable, semi-permanent and permanent structures that use a unique tongue-and-groove interlocking building technique to create healthier and more energy efficient homes and commercial buildings. The Tiny Houses are for every use built on trailers, tree houses, floating homes backyard cottages, emergency housing, park model tiny homes and cabins. Don’t miss this display at the show
Certified Sustainable Landscape Professional Providing Following Talks:
Low Maintenance Landscapes, Part 1 of 2 Saturday, January 6th, Noon – 1PM
Oh, the drudgery of pulling weeds, cutting the grass, hedging the plants, and just trying to keep up with Mother Nature’s growth! There must be a better way… Yes! Low maintenance landscapes. Start reducing your labor and enjoying your landscape more with simple tips like putting the right plant into the right place, grouping plants for their watering needs, reducing how much fertilizer you use, lowering your watering – and your bill, mow your yard 20% faster, and take advantage of Nature’s free plant food. These are just a few of the simple things you can do today to make your landscape a place of pride and joy.
Low Maintenance Plants, Part 2 of 2 Saturday, January 6th, 3PM – 4PM
Beautiful plants make our gardens special. Unfortunately, picking a finicky plant and putting it in the wrong place can cause us years of untold hours for pruning and watering care. Aren’t there plants that look great but take care of themselves? Yes! In Part Two of our Low Maintenance Landscapes series we are talking all about Low Maintenance Plants. Join us as Bill Peregrine shares his experience of working with plants over his 25-year career and which are the winners in ease of care and brilliance of character.
Robert Sims - BPI Certified Home Energy Analyst talks about:
"Save a dollar - Kill-a-Watt" Sunday JAN 8th 11AM – Noon
A brief introduction to a home energy evaluation - what it is, why it can be beneficial - prioritizing home energy projects - De-mystifying energy saving light bulb options.
Artisan Electric Inc. New Solar Incentives in Washington Means Savings for You!
Saturday, January 6th 11AM-Noon
Do you care about the planet we’re leaving behind for future generations? And more importantly, do YOU want to help solve climate change? If so, please come listen to Artisan Electric's presentation about Solar Incentives in Washington where you'll learn how you can reduce your carbon footprint at home or at work with solar. We'll explain the technology, how it works, how it connects to your home and the electrical grid. We explain the Federal and the NEW Washington solar incentives that make solar more affordable than ever. You’ll leave the session feeling empowered about what you can do as an individual to help save the planet and some money for yourself. To learn more, please visit www.artisanelectricinc.com or call 206-557-4215.
|Event is:||Fri, Sat, Sun|
|Category:||Home and Garden|
|Sponsored By:||Trade Shows Northwest|
|Submitted by:||Mark Blaine||