Gardening, domestic improvement ideas offered at Spring Home and Garden Show on March 8-9

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Residents with a non-public passion for domestic constructing and upkeep, in addition to local gardening lovers, are gearing up for the 0.33 annual Aiken Standard Spring Home and Garden Show in Aiken.

The Spring Home and Garden Show will take region Friday, March 8, from nine a.M. To five p.M. And Saturday, March 9, from nine a.M. To a few p.M. At H. Odell Weeks Activities Center, 1700 Whiskey Road, in health club variety two.

Admission for the display can be a voluntary $1 rate if you want to be donated to a nearby nonprofit, Nature Home.

Home Improvement

As spring fast makes its manner into Aiken County, the 2019 Spring Home and Garden Show will provide homeowners the chance to come collectively in one area for 2 days, getting great advice and hints from neighborhood organizations located all over the location.

This yr, the display will characteristic 72 booths, giving attendees plenty of options to determine who and what organizations they want to speak with and ask questions, stated Diane Daniell, occasion coordinator for the Spring Home and Garden Show.

Vendors at the event may be showcasing their services and products, which include landscaping, renovations, addition building, painting, and cleaning gutters – to name a few.

The spring display attendance has grown from year to 12 months because it commenced in 2017.

This yr’s display’s imparting sponsor is Hixon’s Roofing, positioned at 521 Silver Bluff Road in Aiken.

David Hixon, the proprietor of Hixon’s Roofing, said he decided to come to be a sponsor for the occasion because the Home and Garden Show brings so many people from out of the city into the region for the weekend.

“People will come from all over the state to return take a look at out the show, and I figured being a sponsor might help with name popularity for the one’s inexperienced persons,” Hixon stated.

Hixon’s Roofing has been a circle of relatives who owned and operated the Aiken enterprise because of 1984. Hixon’s father and brother work with him, making the commercial enterprise a real circle of relatives affair.

“People like hiring folks who are depended on in the community and have been for years,” Hixon stated. “Many of the roofs on houses here in Aiken have been positioned there by using Hixon’s Roofing, and that is something I’m happy with.”

Hixon will have a sales space installation for the duration of the two-day occasion, with personnel there to reply to any questions attendees can also have.

Exhibitors encompass:

JD Norris DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen, Bath Fitter, Leaf Fitter, America’s Home Place, Brighter Solutions, Rest Master, Paradise Home Improvement, Certa Pro, Posey Home Improvements, Tub Doctor, Fish Window Cleaning, Ellefson Transportation Group, Cutco Cutlery, Cold Creek Nurseries, Enloe Residential, South Pointe Construction, Southern industries, Concrete Coating of SC, Vikki’s, Nurture Home, Tupperware/Shirley Pinkston, Hixon’s Roofing and Kelley Appliance.

Home Grown Vendors encompass:

Pampered Chef – Cassie Dawson, Aiken Garden Club Council, Diann Shaddox Foundation for Essential Tremors, Barbara Woolery, John Spooner, Aiken Master Gardener Association, Mama K’s Creations, Niece’s Green Bites, Randall Collins, Iron Gate Candles, JC’s Products LLC., Cheryle Country Crafts, Little Things of Woods, Premier Designs Jewelry – Carolyn Kimball, First Presbyterian Church (Formula Life Mission Project), Bead in Love, Southern Fabrics, KD Soap Works LLC, John Hutson, Sarah B. Hott, Sal Gal Designs and Glo Scent.

The Home and Garden Show will also have over 50 door prizes throughout the event, including the Hixon’s Roofing door prize that offers the winner a $2,500 roofing makeover.