WBAY Home & Garden Show
Actual Date and Time Yet to be Determined!
THE CONTENT ON THIS PAGE IS FROM THE 2018 EVENT. THE ACTUAL 2019 DATES, TIMES AND DETAILS WILL BE ANNOUNCED AT A LATER DATE.
WBAY Home & Garden Show is the area’s largest home & garden show. One stop shopping to meet with professionals in all areas of home building, remodeling, landscaping, interior design, pools & spas, bedding & bath and so much more.
Over 80,000 square feet of exhibit space filled with the area’s best professionals to complete your home and garden projects no matter how large or how small. This is the region’s largest and longest running home and garden show event! In fact, this is the 55th annual event! Save time and money by shopping for all your home improvement needs in one convenient location.Understand how affordable it is to improve your home while visiting with local and regional experts covering every topic on your “to do” list.
Thursday is free admission with 3 non-perishable food items per person!
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Event schedule is subject to change.
All Melinda Myers seminars are sponsored by ATC Grow Smart
2pm: Alex Smith, The Farmory- At Home Aquaponics
3pm: Helfenstein Soup Council- Yardening with Mother Nature
4pm: Andy Steingraber, Dr. Energy Save Home Services Expert- 15 DIY Energy Saving Tips for Homeowners
5pm- Tundraland- How to Make Your Bathroom Beautiful
11am: Melinda Myers- Grow your favorite recipe (please bring your own recipe card)- Whether new or experienced, we can all find better ways to grow fresh produce. Start with a plan and end with a great meal. I’ll share tips on growing the most popular and useful vegetables in your small or large scale landscape. Come with your favorite recipe and we will find ways to help you grow the ingredients.
12pm: Melinda Myers- Book Signing and Q&A
1:30: Tundraland- Make Your Bathroom Safe & Beautiful
3pm: Andy Steingraber, Dr. Energy Save Home Services Expert- 15 DIY Energy Saving Tips for Homeowners
4pm: Melinda Myers- Bring the world to your backyard- creating your own backyard vacationland – Create a garden that reflects the beauty and culture of your favorite travel destination. Selecting the right palette of plants, stone work, accents, and artwork can help transform your garden into a vacation paradise. Though not as fun as jetting to your favorite locale, you will be able to get a taste of it every time you walk into your backyard.
5pm: Melinda Myers- Book signing and Q&A
10am: Tundraland- New Technology with replacement windos
11am: Melinda Myers- Attracting Bees, Hummingbirds and butterflies to the garden- Enjoy the many benefits of attracting bees, hummingbirds and butterflies to the garden. You'll enjoy their beauty and increased productivity in your garden and they’ll benefit from the food, water and shelter you provide. Melinda will share some attractive plant combinations and designs that are sure to attract pollinators to your garden no matter the size!
12pm: Melinda Myers: Book signing and Q&A
1pm: Lunda Gustke & Jennifer Classon Green Bay Garden Blitz- Straw Bale Gardening
2pm: Melinda Myers- Kitchen Scraps to Gardener's Gold (Grow Your Own Worms) Stop hauling yard waste to the dump and kitchen scraps to the garbage. Instead turn it into a useful soil amendment. It will add nutrients and organic matter that improves drainage in heavy soils and the water-holding ability of sandy soils. This means a more bountiful harvest and beautiful gardens for you!
3pm: Melinda Myers- Book signing and Q&A
About Melinda Myers
Nationally known gardening expert, TV/radio host, author & columnist has over 30 years of horticulture experience and has written over 20 gardening books, including The Midwest Gardener’s Handbook, MN & WI Getting Started Garden Guide, Small Space Gardening and MN & WI Month-by-Month Gardening. She hosts the nationally-syndicated “Melinda’s Garden Moment” seen on over 115 TV and radio stations throughout the U.S. She also hosts the The Great Courses “How to Grow Anything” DVD series, is a columnist and contributing editor for Birds & Blooms magazine, and has a regular column in Wisconsin Gardening and The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. In 2017, Myers was inducted into the Hall of Fame of GWA: The Association for Garden Communicators. Myers’ website, www.MelindaMyers.com, features hundreds of gardening videos, audio tips, answers to frequently asked garden questions and more.
Please note: There may be a cost for workshops to cover materials and instruction.
3pm- 3:45pm: Roots on Ninth- Staghorn Fern Mounting
6pm-6:45pm: Roots on Ninth- Kokedame
11am- 11:45am: Roots on Ninth- Planting Terrariums 101
1:30pm- 2:30pm: Wisconsin School Garden Network- Gardening with Kids
2:30pm- 3:30pm: Wisconsin School Garden Network- Gardening with Kids
5pm- 5:45pm: Roots on Ninth- Succulent Picture Frame
11am- 11:45am: Roots on Ninth- Planting Terrariums 101
12pm- 12:45pm: Creative Juices- Handstamped Garden Markers
1pm-1:45pm: Creative Juices- Handstamped Garden Markers
2pm- 2:45pm: Creative Juices- Handstamped Garden Markers
3pm- 3:45pm: Creative Juices- Handstamped Garden Markers
About the Wisconsin School Garden Network (WSGN)
The Wisconsin School Garden Network supports the growing school garden movement in our state. We offers support for new and existing gardens at schools, early care and education centers, community centers, and after school sites. Our vision is to:
Improve children’s health and wellbeing by supporting and promoting best practices in garden-based education.
Connect educators and school garden leaders around the state to free resources, funding opportunities, and inspirational stories via a robust communications network.
Offer free workshops and technical support for new and existing youth gardens.
Support garden-based education in urban and rural communities around the state, using regional expertise and community connections
Engage local and state-level decision makers to lay the groundwork for policy changes that support school gardens and garden-based education.
Bring together a diverse group of stakeholders to establish goals and priorities for the school garden movement in Wisconsin.
The Wisconsin School Garden Network is supported by the Cultivate Health Initiative (CHI), which is a joint project of Community GroundWorks and the Environmental Design Lab. Funding for the Wisconsin School Garden Network is provided by the Wisconsin Partnership Program at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.
Parking is $7 and is available in the Lambeau Field Lot. We now accept credit card payments for parking, no need for cash! ADA parking is available in the Gold Lot adjacent to the Resch Center in front of Shopko Hall on a first come, first served basis.
Places to Stay
Enjoy a comfortable and relaxing stay at the full service Radisson Hotel & Conference Center Green Bay. Ask about special rates Thursday - Sunday when you mention The WBAY Home & Garden Show or use the link above.
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