“Living Green” is the theme of the 29TH ANNUAL OREGON COAST HOME & GARDEN SHOW, where you’ll find plenty of the latest information on new-home construction; home remodeling; and yard, garden and patio projects.
Log homes are beautiful, affordable and energy efficient. You’ll get no-nonsense answers to all your log and timber-frame home questions and you can meet face-to-face with leading home producers, builders and suppliers.
If you’re partial to art that comes out of a kiln, plan on attending the 26th annual ceramic showcase 2008, which remains the largest all-clay exhibit in the U.S.
An art show that includes everything from vintage garage sale finds to mid-century classics and crafts.
The fiber arts—everything from wearable art to placemats to baskets—will be given the priority they deserve at Handwovens Plus, the 60-year-old Portland Handweavers Guild’s annual sale, where more than 40 regional textile artists will display and sell their wares.
At the 3RD ANNUAL GOOD EARTH HOME, GARDEN & LIVING SHOW, you can shop and learn from more than 250 exhibits featuring eco-friendly products and services having to do with home, garden, art, food and transportation.
Whether you’re a do-it-yourselfer or a contractor, there’s something for you at the TACOMA HOME & GARDEN SHOW. Check out the latest products and services for building, remodeling, gardening and decorating.
Twenty-five incredible display gardens and the latest home-building products are just some of what you’ll find at the PORTLAND HOME & GARDEN SHOW.
It's officially spring! How do you know? Because it's time for the annual YARD, GARDEN & PATIO SHOW, with more than 300 vendors—including nurseries, garden centers and landscape designers—who will answer your horticultural questions.