If it’s time for the Expo that means spring is really just around the corner. We hope you will take the time to join us and enjoy the NEW features we’ve brought to the Expo this year. We are proud of the 24 garden specific vendors that will help you maximize your yard, garden, and outdoor living spaces. We’ve put the “garden” back in Home & Garden and we know you’ll be pleased.
We also have several NEW Special Features this year including the very talented Second Street Cabin Chainsaw Carvers on site and performing their incredible skills Saturday and Sunday. These carvers were seen on Saw Dawgs and recently promoted on the Bob Rivers Morning Show on KJR FM.
Do you have children that love to build? We are excited to introduce the NEW Lego Building Challenge for children 5 – 12 on Sunday, March 16. We are sorry to announce that the limited spaces have all been taken. But come on out by at 1:30pm on Sunday to see if someone doesn’t show up! We want to have all the seats full so be sure to come by and see if there may be one for your child. If not, stay and watch the competition and plan for 2015.
Watch for the Kitsap Sun’s Official Expo Guide (available March 11 and as you enter the Expo March 14 – 16). In the Guide you will find our NEW Scavenger Hunt Stamp Card for the public to use as they navigate the Expo. Get all 12 squares stamped and enter to win a $50 Value Prize (4 winners each day!).
In the Guide or online at www.kitsaphbahomeshow.com (site provied by The Kitsap Sun) be sure to check out the seminars! These free (with paid Expo admission), brief, courses will help answer your qestions and become better consumers. Here’s a seminar sneak peak: Friday, March 14 at 6pm join Brad Ginn, Head Brewer for Sound Brewery as he walks you through how to set up your own home brew! If you’ve ever considered making home brew, you’re going to want to attend this seminar!
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