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SVBA Home and Garden Show Education Sessions

SVBA Home and Garden Show Education Sessions at the Show!!! Harrisonburg, April 11-12th, Rockingham County Fair Grounds.

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April 11th

10:00 am Made to Move; the Human Body & Kinetics (outside on the grass)

Achieve Studio

Join us to start your day with a 10 minute talk on the benefits of exercise followed by a 30 minute yoga class open to all in attendance.

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10:00 am Basic Gardening Preparation (inside the expo)

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10:45 am Soap Box Derby Car Clinic

Rockingham Rotary Club 

Join Matt Findley as he walks kids through the process of putting together a Soap Box Derby car. This is a hands on session.

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10:45 am Home Canning (inside the expo)

Dede Stroup

11:30 am Creating a Home for a Lifetime (inside the expo)

Charles Hendricks – The Gaines Group

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12:15 pm Beer Making (outside on the grass)

Matt Brennessel

12:15 pm Herb Gardening (inside the expo)

Judy Linhoss – Master Gardener

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1:00 pm ¿Cómo consigo un préstamo para comprar una casa? (inside the expo)

Veronica Amato – VBS Mortgage

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1:45 pm Beginner Soap Making (inside the expo)

Dede Stroupe

2:30 pm  Easy tips to make your home more energy-efficient (inside the expo)

Charles Hendricks – The Gaines Group

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3:15 pm Native Plants (inside the expo)

Anita Tuttle – Master Gardener

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4:00 pm Understanding the Home Buying Process (inside the expo)

Dupont Credit Union

April 12th

12:15 pm Keeping Backyard Chickens (outside on the grass)

Greg Sachs – Eastern Mennonite University

12:15 pm Reverse Mortgages (inside the expo)

Lee Croteau – VBS Mortgages

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1:00 pm Solar PV for your Home (inside the expo)

Joy Loving – Solarize Harrisonburg

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1:45 pm How to be a backyard bee keeper (outside on the grass)

Fred Hollen – Valley Bee Supply

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1:45 pm Easy tips to make your home healthy and comfortable (inside the expo)

Charles Hendricks – The Gaines Group

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2:30 pm Tips and Tricks for a successful Vegetable Garden (inside the expo)

Dr. Robyn Puffenbarger – Master Gardener

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SVBA Harrisonburg Home and Garden Show 2013 – new venue, new attitude, you don’t want to miss this!

Construction Experts, Classic Car Show, Bands, Dancing, Kid Zone with HUGE Bouncy House, Taste of Virginia, BEER Garden, SPCA, United Way, MTC, Live Auction, Silent Auction – this is not your everyday HOME and GARDEN Show!

The SVBA Home and Garden Show for 2013 is scheduled for April 12th – 14th at the Rockingham County Fairgrounds in Harrisonburg. This Building Communities event is at a new venue, has a new attitude, and has new activities.

Friday Night: Invitation only party with music, food, drinks. If you want in to this exclusive preview show of the Home Show, contact an exhibitor today as there will be limited admission. The show is not open to the public on Friday night!

Saturday (10 am – 8 pm) – BBQ Chicken by MTC students, Food Trucks (Moma’s Caboose, Galindez Catering, a donut truck), Classic Car Show, Bands (Soul Transit Authority and Age Before Beauty) Bouncy Houses for the kids, Beer Garden for adults (to benefit the United Way Harrisonburg), SPCA Adoption Center, Construction Industry Experts. Admission is $3 per person or $5 for a family (proceeds from admission benefit MTC). Children under 12 are free.

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Sunday (Noon – 5pm) – Food Trucks (Moma’s Caboose, Galindez Catering, a donut truck), Bouncy House for the kids, SPCA Adoption Center, Construction Experts. Admission is $2 per person or $5 for a family (proceeds from admission benefit MTC). Children under 12 are free.

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Here is a recap of the show from last year.

The SVBA Home Show 2012 – Ask the architect?

The Home Show is a chance to meet so many people who can help you design, build, renovate, or modify your home. So how do you know which person is an expert, which person will offer the best value, or who can do the work you need? You can ask the architect that is at the show! Yes I realize I am asking you to trust me.

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An architect’s job is to know who in the community can be an effective part of the team to create a successful project. We spend every day getting to know the products available, the people who do the work, and the new innovations entering the industry. The architect is the owner’s representative throughout the process, from design to construction. The architect is a resource for the consumer and is able to guide and direct them. The architect is a construction expert, knowledgeable of the building code and understands the big picture. Most importantly, the architect can help you save money.

If you have any projects that you are thinking about (replacing windows, adding a deck, landscaping your yard, remodeling your kitchen, replacing bath fixtures….) stop by our booth at the home show and ask who to talk to at the show. We really do know the best of the best in town and can help you find them.

SVBA Home Show – Harrisonburg’s place for all things residential construction

If you are thinking about renovating your existing home, building a new home, or purchasing a home, the place to get all the information you need is the SVBA Home Show this weekend at the JMU Convocation Center. The Home Show is a chance to informally meet the people who can help you have a successful project, make the best financial decisions, and see the most innovative solutions all in one place.

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The show opens today from 4pm – 8pm, is open Saturday from 10 am – 8 pm, and is open Sunday from noon – 5 pm. Admission is $5 person (children under 12 are free). There are plenty of activities for the kids, lots of experts to answer your questions, and some cool new products to see and touch. I hope you can make it to this once a year event!

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Blue Ridge Home Builders Association Home Show

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What a great opportunity for those living in the Charlottesville area. Green Matters is hosting three days of seminars to help you save money, life more comfortable, and reduce your environmental impact. Check out this list of seminars for the Blue Ridge Home Builders Home & Garden Show April 8-10 at the John Paul Jones Arena. Join Amy and Adrienne on Friday to talk about Kitchens and Baths or me on Sunday to talk about all things green!

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Friday

11:00 Green on a Budget, LEED for Homes Case Study – Ryan Jacoby, LEED AP, Habitat for Humanity Charlottesville

Noon Energy Efficiency – The New Norm – KC McGurren, EarthCraft Virginia

1:00 Green Remodeling 101: What is a Home Energy Audit? – Laura Fiori, LEED AP, Key Green Energy Solutions

3:00 Easy Living in the Millennium – Rinehart Custom Homes, LTD, Randy Rinehart, Rinehart Custom Homes

4:00 Green Remodeling 101: Kitchen and Baths – Adrienne Stronge, LEED AP and Amy Turnage, CAPS, LEED AP, The Gaines Group, PLC

5:00 Green Landscaping: Native and Edible Plants – Virginia Rockwell, VSLD, VCH, Gentle Gardener Green Design

Saturday

11:00 Green Remodeling 101: Benefits and Savings from Solar Energy: Butch Duke, Solar Advantage, LLC

12:00 Green Remodeling 101: Water and Lighting Efficiency – Ferguson Enterprises

1:00 Basic Garden Design, how to get started – Scott Price, Snow’s Garden Center

2:00 Green Homes – Ready for Prime Time – Phillip Agee, EarthCraft Virginia

3:00 Downsizing your Home, Simplifying your Life – Stephen Landis

4:00 Green Remodeling 101: Quiet, Comfortable & Efficient Geothermal Heating Systems – Waterfurnace

5:00 Green Remodeling 101: Bring on the Comfort and the Savings – Cynthia Adams, LEED AP Local Energy Alliance Program (LEAP)

Sunday

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm        Green Living, Great Living Panel Discussion (2 hours) – Joey Conover, Latitude 38, Jimmy North, Airflow Systems, Charles Hendricks, AIA, CSI, LEED AP, The Gaines Group, PLC Moderated by Chuck Bowles, EarthCraft Virginia