APG Federal Credit Union Arena at Harford Community College 401 Thomas Run Road Bel Air, MD 21015
March 29-30, 2014 Sat. March 29, 10AM-6PM Sun. March 30, 11AM-5PM Meet with home improvement and enhancement companies to help you with all aspects of your house, from the driveway to the roof all in the comfort of the new APG Arena at Harford Community College. This show will showcase over 80 companies to help you with your projects.
Special Celebrity Guest Educational Seminars: Sat. March 29, Alison Victoria from DIY Networks " Kitchen Crashers" at 12 noon and 3pm.As the first female host of the popular Kitchen Crashers, Alison Surprises homeowners throughout the country with extravagant kitchen redesigns completed in 3 days on the show! Be part of her great educational seminars on kitchen design and planning. Sat. March 29, 1:30PM
Lip Gloss & A Sander, Bridget Edell
Edell, DIY TV show host, teaches you
how to find furniture and home furnishings at yard sales and flea markets
in our local area and how to refurbish your bargain finds into fabulous, fun
and usable furniture and treasures for your home -- in a just a few simple
Sun. March 30th 12 noon, 2PM - Garden Guru Mike McGrath. Mike McGrath was Editor-in-Chief of Organic Gardening magazine from 1991 through 1997 and is the author of many books, including The Kitchen Garden Box (Quirk Publishing; 2009); Mike McGrath's Book of Compost (Sterling Publishers; 2006); Kitchen Garden A to Z (Abrams; 2004) and You Bet Your Tomatoes(Rodale; 2002, and reissued in a brand new edition by Plain White Press in 2009).
Mike is also the Garden Editor for WTOP News Radio in Washington, D.C.; a post he has held for more than a decade. He has served as columnist and Contributing Editor for Greenprints magazine ("The Weeder's Digest") since 1997, and was the garden expert for the Saturday morning edition of The Today Show on NBC, appearing monthly from 1993 through 1997.
During his time at Organic Gardening, Mike's major exhibits won four consecutive "Best of Show" awards at the prestigious Philadelphia Flower Show (1994-1997). He grows tomatoes, garlic, raspberries and peaches; loves pinball and baseball; and will not eat lima beans, no matter how much you pay him