This weekend will be an exciting two-day free community event for the annual Garden and Outdoors Expo. Christian County Master Gardeners will be hosting the Garden and Outdoor Living Expo this weekend on April 8 from 5-8 p.m. and Saturday, April 9 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. The community is invited to attend a weekend full of reconnection with Mother Nature. The exhibition center is located at 2850 Pembroke Road.
On Friday, the show will feature over 40 local and regional gardening and outdoor living exhibitors. Free tree seedlings will be distributed. The evening will also include activities such as a treasure hunt. For the children of the community. During Friday’s exhibition, a silent auction will also take place. The food trucks present will be That Taste of Florida; chef Jamie; Bourgasm; Kona Ice; Knights of Columbus; Heather’s Ice Cream, Vansauwa’s Taco and Vegan Eats.
This year’s expo will feature the most food trucks to participate this week. The annual gathering has been postponed due to COVID-19.
Master Gardener President Joan Worsham expressed her anticipation for this weekend. “We invite everyone to come and have a great experience and learn new tips. This expo attracts hundreds of people. We usually see between 850 and 950 spectators in total over the weekend, we hope to have another big turnout this year,” said Worsham.
On Saturday, April 9, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., the same events from Friday’s show will take place in conjunction with gardening seminars from gardening experts. A free sharpening kit of mower tools and blades will be given to the community. The food trucks that will camp out during Saturday’s festivities are Chef Jamie; That taste of Florida; Knights of Columbus; Kona Ice; Heather Ice Cream, Holiday Burger.
The show’s official sponsors are the Christian County Master Gardener Association, the University of Kentucky – Christian County Cooperative Extension Service and La Petite Fleur Garden Club.
Come visit the garden centres, garden companies, landscapers and garden craft vendors. Jump into the spring planting season with plenty of plants to buy. This event is one you don’t want to miss.