Home And Garden Show Returns To DeVos Place

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H&GGRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — (Mar. 7, 2014) the 35th Annual Home and Garden Show returns to DeVos Place this weekend. The annual show brings the latest products and services for your home and garden under one roof.

Highlights this year include:

A pancake breakfast Saturday morning. Breakfast includes pancakes, sausage, coffee and orange juice all for five dollars, which the proceeds benefit a local charity. Family day on Saturday, where kids 14 and under are free before noon. There will also be special family and kid-themed activities and seminars throughout the day.

Gardening expert Melinda Myers will also be on the main stage to give pointers and local Interior Designer Tylor Devereaux from HGTV’s Design Star will have multiple seminars on decorating around the home.

And even though the snow has not melted yet, Chef Tommy FitzGerald from Kitchen Sage will be holding seminars on outdoor grilling on the DTE Energy Grilling Deck.

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