50% Off 2 admissions with this Daily Deal. That's a $12 value for only $6.
It’s the first sign of spring!
Indoor Sports Center/Expo on March 1-2-3.
The first sign of spring for thousands of home owners and families is the 33rd Annual Rockford Home Show where they see what’s new for the home and garden. The Home Show is the ideal place to shop for new products, services, ideas, concepts and expertise on interior and exterior design. This exciting event provides the perfect atmosphere to attend free seminars of interest to the home owners at no additional cost.
FEATURES: Why not expand your living space to the outdoors. There will be numerous outdoor exhibits to get ideas from. Featured floral exhibits, including landscape and patio ideas, will be constructed and presented by Josh Robertson from Green Acres Lawn and Landscaping plus Tim Siegner from Natural Water Gardens.
FLOWERS: Flowers will be provided by Didier Greenhouse. Hundreds of plants will makeup the floral display. Those attending the show on Sunday afternoon will be able to take home apiece of spring, as all flowers in the garden will be sold at bargain prices starting at 2:00pm.
FREE APPRAISALS: New for the show this year is the chance for all visitors to get their items appraised by the professionals from Hacks Auction and Antiques on Sunday from 12-3:30pm. Visitors can bring in items such as antiques, collectibles, coins, toys or just about anything!
SHOW: ROCKFORD HOME SHOW
DATES: MARCH 1-2-3, 2013
LOCATION: INDOOR SPORTS CENTER/EXPO “ISC”
8800 E. RIVERSIDE BLVD.
LOVES PARK, IL 61111
HOURS: Friday, March 1 - 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, March 2 - 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Sunday, March 3 - 11:00a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Can certificate be used for alcohol? NO
Cash back for unused portion? NO
No cash value.
Not valid with any other promotion.
One use per person.
May buy additional voucher(s) for other people only.
No refunds. All sales are final.
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