34th Annual Home and Garden Show

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John Delvo and Mel Maxted of MDU share a lighter moment at the Home Show.
John Delvo and Mel Maxted of MDU share a lighter moment at the Home Show.

There was something for everyone at the 34th annual Home and Garden Show held this past Friday through Sunday at the Sheridan Holiday Inn.

Dave Nicolarsen was there with the Big Horn Builder's Association which sponsored the event and he said it's all about gearing up for those home projects.

Hundreds strolled past the more than 80 vendors who had booths set up providing information and ideas on everything from landscaping, building, gardening, siding, windows, and financing.

Jason Reilly is with Total Comfort Heating and Air Conditioning and has participated in the Home Show for the past thirteen years. He says it's well worth it.

Boby Legerski was there representing Partners in Philanthropy which help with the community gardens springing up throughout Sheridan. He was there to get the information out about gardening and it's opportunities.

Nicolarsen says the warm temperatures didn't dissuade folks from attending.

Attendees could register to win an iPad or one of three cedar garden arbors hand built by Sheridan High School construction students.

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