WNC Home, Garden and Green Living Show is March 17-19

As Asheville’s premier home and garden show, the 2017 WNC Home, Garden and Green Living Show promises to be bigger and better than ever with the partnership of Southern Energy & Environment Expo.

This collaboration brings attendees more than 200 exhibitors featuring products and services for the home, garden and an eco-friendly lifestyle, plus dozens of all-new educational workshops with topics including energy efficiency, urban gardening, eco-transportation, sustainable building, and the latest in green living trends.

At this three-day event, homebuilders will display the latest in home construction techniques, while companies will be exhibiting clean energy products, health, and wellness, home repair and renovation, home décor and landscaping. Attendees can sample healthy foods from local culinary vendors, as well as learn about getting better gas mileage — and even get behind the wheel of the latest in eco-friendly vehicles.

Why: Consumers are increasingly conscious of incorporating planet-friendly practices into their lives, and they want to discover products, services, and ideas that positively impact their personal health and the earth.

What’s New in 2017:
•    Green Eats & Drinks Food Court
•    Antique Appraisals
•    Electric Vehicles Display Area
•    Dozens of All New Workshops and Seminars
•    Brother Wolfe Animal Rescue with adoptable pets

U.S. Cellular Center
87 Haywood St.
Asheville, NC 28801

When: March 17-19

Daily ticket rate: $9
Student ticket rate: $7 with valid school ID
Children 12 and under: Free
Senior ticket rate: $7 for ages 65+
Three-day pass: $21
Groups of 10 or more: $7 per ticket

Tickets are available in advance at show office at the U.S. Cellular (formerly the Civic Center) Box Office, on the website, and are on sale during event hours. All tickets include daily seminars and workshops.

For more information visit https://homegardenandgreenlivingshow.com/ or call 828-255-2526.

About Shelby Harrell
Shelby Harrell is the news editor of the Biltmore Beacon, editor of The Guide arts and entertainment publication and is a staff writer for Mountaineer Publishing. Originally from Asheville, she has worked in journalism for more than six years and currently lives in Clyde, NC.