Home and exterior for fall 2021 this Saturday | Local news

Whether you’re a homeowner or renter, new owner or long-time owner, there’s something for you at the Citrus County Chronicle Fall Home and Outdoor Living Show from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, September 25 at Florida National. Guard Armory in Crystal River.

Local suppliers representing everything from home renovations to health products and health plans will be on hand to answer your questions.

In addition, Citrus County Extension Services offers three free seminars:

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9:30 am: Florida Friendly Landscapes. Experts in gardening and landscaping will show how easy it is to save money and time while being environmentally friendly by creating a beautiful Florida-friendly landscape.

10:30 am: Prevention of falls at home. Thousands of adults fall into their homes every year. As we age, our homes can present some challenges. Extension experts will suggest home and garden changes you can make to reduce the risk of falls.

11:30 am: Attract pollinators. Learn simple ways to make your yard more attractive to hummingbirds, butterflies, and other observable wildlife.

Members of the Boy Scout Troop 457 will be selling American flags and the Lions Club of Inverness will be on hand with information about the eye care services they provide to the community.

The list of suppliers includes:

All American gutter protections

/ And services

Air Angelique

Anson Nursery

Air conditioning in the bay

Magic Bath

Blackshears II Aluminum

Call of legend

Deem kitchen and bathroom showrooms

Dream kitchen

Easy-going furniture

Five pillars of hope

Keller williams ruth

Nature coast health care

Toitures PJ inc.

Renew by Anderson Florida

Gentle backup wash

Select electric bikes

Solar lights and more

Hearing of the three counties

Tropical window

Ultimate health plans



Inverness Lions Club

Citrus County Mosquito Control

Citrus County Native Plant Society

Boy Scout Troop 457

Florida Extension Office

As a safety measure against the spread of COVID-19, face masks are suggested for exhibit attendees and vendors. Hand sanitizers will be available.