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Before you change the color of the leaves and the smell of pumpkin-flavored lattes fills the air, you are probably looking at them around your home and outdoors and thinking of an order of improvement.
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If you are looking for inspiration, the Fall Dispensing Home and Garden Show will provide you with a list of amazing renovations, major gardeners and exhibitors who can show you how it went.
Filled with a variety of activities, prizes and support demonstrations, the annual event will be held live in a brick building at the Ohio Exhibition Center from Friday to Sunday. But there are some important things you need to know before you plan to leave:
How the show stays safe
Under the safety protocol, Stephen Buza, the show’s general manager, said there will be more hand-washing stations and six-foot markers to increase social distance. And guests are encouraged to wear masks. Because the show is on government property, masks are not allowed.
Buza said the presence of these protocols will help make Buza and his team a priority and fun and as safe as possible.
“We know the country is not without the epidemic,” he said. We all want the standard, so we focus on presenting that little bit and being healthy on the show.
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At the opening of the event, participants will explore how to penetrate the world of indigenous plants in Ohio, explore a collection of garden designs and make the right choice of plants from spring to autumn to create floral joy.
On Saturday, celebrities Dave and Jenny Marrs will be featured on HGTV’s ‘Fixer to Fabulous’ and Laura Dowling, the host of the flower podcast and former White House florist designer.
Events such as the Dispatch Backyard Garden Awards will be held on Saturday, with $ 3,000 gift cards from Auckland caregivers to the winners.
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Guests can expand their appreciation for wine during the “How to Taste and Buy Wine” on Saturday, with Gregory Stokes, a professional wine sommelier.
On Sunday, Family Day representatives from COSI, Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, the Down Arborretum, the Butterfly House and the Nancy Locard will attend the show. Visitors can learn how to invite bees and butterflies to their markets using Ohio native plants, and children can create arts and crafts while listening to plants because they are so beautiful and active from time to time.
Demonstrations and exhibitions
By the end of the week, nearly 200 professionals will provide inspiration for those who want to improve their homes and landscapes in renovations, kitchens, bathrooms, jewelry and outdoor living.
Along with other exhibitions and exhibitions, the Motz Military Museum, which teaches the public about the importance of American military history, will display some unusual artifacts at the 9/11 Memorial Weekend.
The exhibition, which includes a New Jersey port police officer rescued from the ground zero, commemorates the devastation and incredible heroism of the 20th anniversary of the tragedy.
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“I think it’s very important that people don’t forget,” said Lori Motts, the museum’s assistant director. “Twenty years have passed and a whole generation was not born on 9/11. This is our mission, to teach future generations what has happened.
Gifts and Rewards
An estimated $ 8,000 in prizes, including Low’s Gift Cards, T-shirts, COSI and Ohio State University football tickets, Scottish garden gloves and other cool gifts, will be presented at home and in the garden.
Home and garden tickets
Admission is $ 5 or free for children 17 and under. Parking costs $ 5.
Free admission vouchers for two guests are available at any location in central Ohio. Admission coupons are also free from the Columbus October Coupon coupon.
Transportation takes place between the two events on weekends, giving people an opportunity to easily enjoy both events.
Free “Thank You” tickets are available for military members, first responders, health care workers and teachers. Members can sign up for a free ticket online, then show their real ID and guest ticket online at the booth before entering the show.
Home and garden display at a glance
The Fall Sending Home and Garden Exhibition will be held in a brick building on the Ohio Exhibition Center, Interstate 71 and East 17th Street from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday highlights include:
• Laura Dowling does it at noon and 4 p.m.
• Marseille take the stage at 2 p.m.
• Release Garden Garden Awards Ceremony will be held at 3 p.m.
• “How to taste and buy wine” Sommeller’s instruction will be held at 5 p.m.
For more information, go to http://www.DispatchHomeAndGardenShow.com.