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Home & Garden Show

Annual show featuring lots of gardening ideas and home improvement products. Come and enjoy the Hays Daily News Home & Garden Show during the spring when the weather is beginning to turn in the gardener's favor.

This show features commercial and non-profit booths that showcase businesses, products or services. This event is a great place to come and get ideas for your lawn & garden and meet representatives to improve your knowledge about gardening as well as home improvement.

The show will be held on Saturday 10 am to 6 pm and Sunday Noon to 6 pm.

Home & Garden Show

Address : The Mall - 2918 Vine Hays KS
Phone : 785-625-3314   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : maryk_ads@dailynews.net

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