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Home and Garden Show

Seven Springs is proud to present our first ever Home and Garden Show coming to the mountain in April of 2019!

Apr 28th, 2019 | 9:00 am

Home & Garden Show

Home and Garden Show

Join us Friday, April 26 through Sunday, April 28 for a weekend of exhibits, displays and presentations to help you find everything you need for your home! Explore a wide range of vendors from home improvement to gardening tips and landscaping, learn from our daily presenters, and enjoy a weekend in the mountains at the Seven Springs Mountain Resort Home and Garden Show!

Friday Seminars

  • Preserving Your Harvest- Susan Marquesen

Saturday Seminars

  • Plants for Pollinators- Martha Swiss
  • Staging Your Home to Sell- Highlands Resort Realty Home Staging Specialist Jodi Brougher
  • Building Closed Terrariums- Susan Marquesen
  • Big Ideas for Small Spaces- Gabe Hays
  • Flipping Houses: It’s Not Like TV- Laura Buys Houses

Sunday Seminars

  • Helping Your Community with Real Estate Investing- Laura Buys Houses
  • Preserving Your Harvest- Susan Marquesen
  • Urban Myths and Legends in the Garden- Denise Schreiber
  • Annual Flower Power- Martha Swiss
  • Flipping Houses: It’s Not Like TV- Laura Buys Houses
  • Friday, April 26 | 4-9 p.m.
  • Saturday, April 27 | 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
  • Sunday, April 28 | 9 a.m.-6 p.m.

Home and Garden Show Exhibitors

  • Armstrong
  • Bath Saver
  • BBQ Stu
  • Bella Construction & Development
  • Bill Leja Contracting
  • Bountiful Blessing Gifts
  • Complete Custom Innovations
  • Country Road Cupboard
  • Culligan Water
  • Damsel in Defense
  • Ekernally Yours
  • Electrolux
  • First Energy Energy Efficient Rebate Programs
  • Flooring Solutions by Houpt, LLC
  • Grant Rogers Wood Carvings
  • Guardian Protection Services
  • Habitat Hardware
  • Hemminger Custom Metals
  • Highlands Resort Realty
  • Integrity Construction and Windows
  • In the Bath
  • JSKE Interior Renovations
  • K9 Solutions Center of Maryland
  • KingViewMead LLC
  • Kitchen Saver
  • Laurel Highlands Insurance Group
  • Laurel Mountain Spas
  • Leading Edge Supply
  • Lowes
  • Michelle Wright Honey
  • Mind's Eye Metal Art
  • Mt. Pleasant Window & Remodeling Co.
  • Natures Granite LLC
  • New York Life
  • Omega Home Improvement
  • Olde Earth Grand Rental
  • Pella Windows and Doors
  • Pink Zebra
  • Prime 1 Builders
  • Rustic Smoke Candle Co.
  • Scott Electric
  • Shane Shaffer
  • Sleep Number
  • Snyder General Services
  • Somerset Door and Column
  • Somerset Flooring Solutions
  • Somerset Garden Club
  • Somerset Millwork and Cabinetmakers
  • Somerset Outdoor Equipment
  • South Ridge Farm
  • Tummy's Jerky
  • Tupperware
  • Ultimate Structures
  • Walker Lumber
  • Wallace Pancher Group
  • Window Perfections
  • Check back for more!

Martha Swiss

  • Plants for Pollinators-Looking to improve your garden’s habitat for bees, butterflies, and other pollinators? This class profiles beautiful perennials, annuals, shrubs, and trees they especially adore and will help you learn which are best suited to your garden’s growing conditions. We’ll also discuss ways you can make your garden more enticing to pollinators and birds, and how to have your property certified as a wildlife habitat.
  • Annual Flower Power-Long-lived perennials are great in the garden, but their flowers come and go. Adding annuals bridges those blooming gaps and brings megawatt flower power to your garden. Some even bloom from spring to frost. We’ll discuss some of the most floriferous annuals to look for, including new varieties and tried-and-true, old-fashioned favorites. We’ll cover how to place annuals for maximum effect and how to include annuals if you are on a budget. Ideas for combining annuals and container plantings will also be covered.

Martha Swiss is a garden writer and designer based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She is a regular contributor to Pennsylvania Gardener Magazine and her articles have also appeared in The American Gardener, GROW (the magazine of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society), Fine Gardening, Pittsburgh Magazine, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and publications of the Pittsburgh Botanic Garden.

A graduate of Chatham University’s landscape design program and a master gardener, Martha helps clients envision landscapes for their properties that are useful and easy to care for, while at the same time providing beauty and support for pollinators, birds, and other wildlife.

Martha teaches classes on a range of topics and is especially interested in trees and shrubs, native plants, edible gardening, pruning, and garden design. She tends a one-acre garden that has been photographed for Organic Gardening, The Cottage Journal, Hobby Farms Magazine, and Pennsylvania Gardener Magazine.

She blogs at plantsomejoy.com.

Gabe Hays

  • Big Ideas for Small Spaces

Jodi Brougher, Highlands Resort Realty Home Staging Specialist

  • Staging Your Home to Sell-Home staging can be a seller’s secret weapon for a successful home sale! Whether you are a first-time home seller or a seasoned pro, join us as we share simple staging and decluttering tips to solve common selling challenges and showcase your home in its best light.

Denise Schreiber

  • Urban Myths and Legends in the Garden

Denise Schreiber- Ask the Expert and contributing editor Pennsylvania Gardener Magazine, Author "Eat Your Roses, Pansies and Lavender and 49 Other Delicious Flowers" by St. Lynn's Press, National speaker, ISA Certified Arborist, All America Selections Trial Judge, Member GardenComm, the Association of Garden Communicators. Mrs. Know It All of The Organic Gardeners on KDKA radio. Follow me on Facebook at: Mrs. Know It All

Susan Marquesen

  • Preserving Your Harvest-Correctly preserving herbs, fruits, and vegetables for later use is an exceptional way to save money and to serve delicious and healthy foods all year long. Preserving is easy, fun and satisfying. Learn the basics of three different food preservation processes: canning (hot water bath and pressure canning), drying and freezing.
  • Building Closed Terrariums-Closed terrariums can add a wonderful design element to almost any room in your home. They are mostly airtight and, once built, require minimum maintenance. This presentation will take you through the process of building a closed terrarium. All necessary components will be discussed including the choice of appropriate containers, soil, amendments, plants, and non-plant materials. Design considerations are important and numerous designs will be shown.

Susan Marquesen has been gardening and preserving foods for as long as she can remember. As a child she helped her parents preserve from their garden in Iowa, and as an adult she carried on the tradition with her own children in California and Pennsylvania. Now tending a suburban garden of fruit trees, small fruit, herbs, and vegetables, Susan enjoys sharing her knowledge of both gardening and the preserving process. She has been teaching classes on these topics for more than 15 years.

Laura Buys Houses

  • Flipping Houses: It's Not Like TV- Join Local Real Estate investors Laura & Brian Fine from Laura Buys Houses to learn what the house flipping business is really about! In this action packed session you’ll learn: -How “house flipping” TV shows are different from the real deal -Where we find these properties -How deals are structured & funded -Behind the scenes look at an actual project!
  • Helping Your Community With Real Estate Investing- Join Local Real Estate investors Laura & Brian Fine from Laura Buys Houses to learn how investors help and enrich our communities!
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Date

Apr 28, 2019

Cost

$5 per person

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