MEDINA, Ohio — You won’t be able to stop and physically smell the flowers this year at the annual Medina County Home and Garden Show. But you can still browse for spring gardening and home improvement ideas — even though you will have to do so online.
The Medina County Home and Garden Show will be going virtual this year in light of COVID-19. The event is set for 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. March 6 and 7.
Those who attend virtually will be able to browse exhibits and speak with experts through a user-friendly live-chat feature. Admission is free.
For 38 years, the Medina County Home and Garden show has connected consumers with home improvement experts.
The show’s popular presentation by local celebrity experts will continue in video form. Among the presenters will be Medina’s own Kristin Gambaccini from perfectlydestressed.com, Tessa Kaminski from editandvibe.com and a representative from Greenkeepers Landscaping and Lawn Care.
The Medina County Home and Garden Show provides a one-stop shopping experience for those looking to improve their yards and homes.
You can register in advance or during the show by visiting https://my.boothcentral.com/v/events/medina-county-home-garden-show or medinahomeandgarden.com.
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