It’s back on… the Home and Garden Show of Geauga County. May 29 and 30 are the planned new dates for this expo! At this one-of-a-kind event, the Geauga Local Home
It’s back on… the Home and Garden Show of Geauga County. May 29 and 30 are the planned new dates for this expo!
At this one-of-a-kind event, the Geauga Local Home and Garden Show brings together area producers, builders, suppliers and retailers giving attendees a comprehensive shopping experience and it’s still in time for your spring home spruce up and will inspire you for summer.
This show is unique as it is set in the middle of northeast Ohio’s Amish country, so not only do you get a taste of the newest home building and renovation offerings you can choose from the area’s finest craftsman, all located in one complex.
By May’s end you’ll be itching to get out of the house to shop these items at the Geauga Local Home and Garden Show 2020: roofers, builders, finishers, flooring, painting, yard and lawn equipment, garden accents, home décor, appliances, baked goods, bird seed and feeders, carports, candles, essential oils, farm and gardening tools, financial services, hardware, harmonicas, health products, indoor and outdoor furniture, kitchen ware, natural food and products, office solutions, paint supplies, produce fertilizers, recycling resources, septic systems, sewing machines, shrubbery, solar and lighting, storage buildings, stoves, swing sets, trailers, Thirty-one Products, tools, Tupperware, water systems and windows and doors. Not to mention, a Silent Auction and lots of door prizes.
This is the second year that the Geauga Local Home and Garden Show has been held at the Heritage Marketplace just north of Middlefield. So, when visiting the show, take some to time to peruse the other shops in the Marketplace. Such as The Heritage Antique Mall, chock full of reasonably-priced antiques and vintage pieces. Also, on the west side of the Marketplace, you will find Heritage Naturals offering the healthiest in foods and supplements. The Geauga Amish Library features many historical books, clothing and collectables from the Geauga Amish culture. In the Marketplace Mall, you will find everything from collectables to antiques to candles. The Marketplace Café is a great spot to sit enjoy a sandwich, cup of coffee and some ice cream. Country Arts and Jewelry offer gems, stones, jewelry, southwest-themed décor, candles and many other gift ideas. Mel’s Shoes n More offer a fantastic assortment of high-quality shoes boots, outer wear and gift ideas. Valley View carries a wide array of books and fabric. Yoder’s Bargains is a treasure of new, household salvaged items at deep discounts. Byler’s Engine carries all your lawn and garden machinery. Heritage Trailers offers all sizes of trailers for every hauling job. Last but not lease on the east side of the complex, stop in to visit Pine Craft Storage Barns where the PCSB team will give you a quote on your next storage shed or full-size barn. Pine Craft can build and deliver, or build on site, same price!
So, you can see, there are plenty of reasons to visit Middlefield, Ohio on May 29 and 30. Friday, May 29, 9-8 p.m. and Saturday, May 30, 9-3 p.m.
29 (Friday) 8:00 am - 30 (Saturday) 3:00 pm