Hosted by Honorary Chairs Stick Williams and Crandall Bowles

Southern Spring Home & Garden Show Preview Celebration

Thursday, February 23
6:00pm - 9:00pm
The Park Expo and Conference Center
800 Briar Creek Rd., (Off Independence Blvd.)
Charlotte, N.C.


Join us for a sneak preview of the Southern Spring Home & Garden Show benefiting local land conservation.

Heavy Hors d'oeuvres * Admission Includes Return Ticket to the Show * Business Casual Attire

 

100% of the event proceeds will benefit Catawba Lands Conservancy's work to save land and connect lives to nature.

TICKETS

Purchase tickets online or by calling (704) 342-3330 x220.

Individual $75
Catawba Corps Members $40
Catawba Society Members FREE

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Southern Spring Home & Garden Show

Fri-Sat-Sun; February 24–25–26, and
Fri-Sat-Sun; March 3-4-5

You are invited to celebrate 57 years of the South’s Salute to Spring. The show is new and fresh each year – yet, one thing has never changed, and that’s the Magic. It's your annual opportunity to discover ideas and creativity, plus find quality products and people ready to make your homes and lives even better.

America The Beautiful is the theme for the show gardens. They are sure to delight home and garden lovers, and patriots of all ages and lifestyles. Plus, you’ll applaud the latest in home improvements, design, food, wine, interiors and, to make your visit complete, a unique marketplace for a spring tonic of shopping therapy.

You can:
  • Talk with home design and products experts.
  • Learn from award-winning landscapers.
  • Splurge on the perfect accessory or newest tools.
  • Taste your favorite foods and wine.
  • Soak up the beauty of 18 colorful gardens.
  • Explore designer rooms for the newest ideas in decorating.
  • Enjoy horticulture, design, and how-to clinics.
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SEE WHAT THE PREVIEW CELEBRATION IS BENEFITING

Supporting the Celebration means you help Catawba Lands Conservancy save our disappearing natural lands. Even though the market value of an acre of land in our region is $5,000, the Conservancy is able to protect land for an average of $495 per acre.

Clean Water

The impact of our conservation work includes filtration of pollutants and sediment, prevents flooding and erosion, and provides clean streams, lakes and drinking water for your family and our fragile ecosystem.

Local Farms

Creating conservation easements on local farms sustains our rural economies and working farms, reduces environmental and transport costs, and allows our local chefs to provide farm-to-table eating where we know exactly where our food is coming from.

Wildlife Habitat

Our work protects wildlife and plant species in partnership with the NC Wildlife Federation, provides cleaner air and advances education and scientific understanding.

Connection to Nature

We strive to connect people with the natural world through nearly 15,000 acres of protected land and hundreds of miles of the Carolina Thread Trail through our surrounding 15-county region. It advances urban conservation and instills the value of nature in future generations.

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Special Thanks to our Steering Committee

Honorary Chairs: Stick Williams and Crandall Bowles
Chairs: Scott Phillips and Lud Hodges
Courtney Bridges
Jonathan Mangels
Jon Morris
Timothy Rodgers
Brian Roth
Wes McAdams
Josh McConaughey
Chris Walker