Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Home and Garden Expo 2016


The 6th annual Home and Garden Expo is being held at WMNU in the Gymnasium April 9th. THIS SATURDAY ONLY!

Doors open at 11am and the Expo goes until 6pm. $3 admission at the door. Children 12 and under are free. We will have children's events going on in a few different locations on site. The Imagination Library will be having story time from 11:30-12:30.

Education, Activities, and/or Garden Demonstrations including:
Insect management and displays
Enhancing soil microbes
Gardening in the desert
Community and school gardens
Permaculture
Seed Sharing and the Seed Library
Imagination Library for children(11:30-12:30)
Activities for children
and more!

Master Gardeners will be taking questions and providing education
Along with the:
Food Policy Council 
Farm and Livestock Bureau
Gila Native Plant Society
The Volunteer Center(Food Corps, Healthy Kids, Healthy Communities)
KURU radio
Montessori and San Lorenzo schools 
Silver City Clay Festival
Silver City Watershed Keepers
Grant County Extension Office


Some of our vendors include(in no particular order):
Ace Hardware
Sun Valley
Furniture Gallery
Bedroom Shoppe
Syzygy Tile
Structure Metal Roofing, Doors, and Windows
Positive Resource
Blackhawk Gutters
Stream Dynamics
Soothing Walk-in Tubs
Lone Mountain Natives
Liquid Compost 
Dement Solar
Kiss My Glass
Bemer Therapy
Green Energy Now
Custom Steel
Bradfute Enterprises
Nuevos Comienzos Kitchen(selling local goods)
La Bonita Bakery
Bad Ass Barb’s Bakery
SC Food Co-op(food proceeds going to SCFM)
and Western Bank


There will also be:
Realtors
Contractors
Apparel
Plant starts and trees
Personal care products
Household appliances 
Natural home cleaning
Balloons
Red Wriggler Worms
Adobe Walls, Wooden Courtyard Doors
Stucco, Tile, Rock Walls
Landscaping
and more!

Parking by the Fine Arts Center and walking down the bleachers
or Parking SE of the Gym on the lower level and walking in that way
Look for signs!

All proceeds go to help cover the operating costs of the Silver City Farmers’ Market!