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Washington Home & Garden Show Coming to DC

Washington Home & Garden Show Coming to DC

Looking to transform your home with inspiration from HGTV? You're in luck because the Washington Home & Garden Show is coming to the DC area March 9-11 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, 801 Mt Vernon Place NW.

Ashby Ponds to Expand Senior Living Options with Innovative Apartment-Style Homes in Loudoun County

Meeting the demands of a growing Baby Boomer population, Ashby Ponds retirement community is set to introduce Red Robin View

(ASHBURN, VIRGINIA)  - The first of the 78 million Baby Boomers turned 65 in 2011, starting an upward trend of increasing growth in U.S. older populations.  In 2010, the U.S. Census indicated that “by 2030, all of the baby boomers will have moved into the ranks of the older popula­tion. This will result in a shift in the age structure, from 13 percent of the population aged 65 and older in 2010 to 19 percent in 2030.”

Free Seminars on Best Gardening for Every Season

Free Seminars on Best Gardening for Every Season

From Merrifield Garden Center:

These seminars are great ways to learn more about the world of gardening, and they are fun and interesting activities during the winter and early spring months. Here are some free seminars coming up this month:

Saturday, January 21

Merrifield Location- Find Your Garden Style, 10 am

Merrifield Garden Center Design Team

Get an overview of various garden styles, such as Formal, English Cottage, Modern, Japanese, Southern, Naturalistic, etc. Pick your favorite style and learn how to achieve the look with plants and construction.

 

Fair Oaks Location – How to Grow Houseplants, 10 am

Loudoun County Christmas Tree Recycling Information

From Loudoun County:

Christmas Trees: residents who receive curbside recycling services should contact their homeowners association, town office, or private waste collector for Christmas tree curbside recycling information. See Curbside Refuse and Recycling Collection for more information.

From late December through mid-January, Loudoun County collects Christmas trees at several locations which are listed below. Each year, the county processes thousands of those recycled Christmas trees into mulch available for free to Loudoun residents. The 2010-2011 dates for recycling Christmas trees are from Monday, December 26, 2011 through Thursday, January 19, 2012.

Ty Pennington to Headline All New Washington Home & Garden Show

Ty Pennington to Headline All New Washington Home & Garden Show

Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Host Returns to DC

Washington, DC (December 1, 2011)—The all new Washington Home & Garden Show is extremely pleased to announce that Ty Pennington, the iconic host of ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition will headline the March 9-11 Show at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in downtown DC.

“We are incredibly excited to have one of the most recognized personalities in home improvement join us for our new and improved Washington Home & Garden Show,” said Alyson Caplan, Show Manager.  “Ty has supported Marketplace Events for four years and he is finally able to come to DC to offer his home design expertise to residents in the nation’s capital.”

'Christmas in the Loudoun Valleys' 2011 Holiday Guide Now Available

'Christmas in the Loudoun Valleys' 2011 Holiday Guide Now Available

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