Sacramento Expo for Home and Garden

Sacramento Expo for Home and Garden

The Sacramento Expo, which is the biggest landscape and home event in California, will be running from January 25 through the 27th. This is the 25th year of the Cal Expo event and features over 1,000 vendors, workshops and exhibits as well as free seminars. Attended by more than 32,000 people in 2018, free samples will be handed out by vendors, and Petsmart, a new addition to the event, will be handing out swag bags for your furry friends. The expo will be open from noon to 7:00 p.m. on Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Saturday and 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Sunday. Everyone in attendance will be having a great time. However, large events are places where accidents can occur that result in serious injuries. If you are in an accident caused by negligence, an experienced Sacramento personal injury attorney can help.

Details of the Sacramento Expo

Homeowners, gardeners, and pet lovers will find plenty to see and do at this year’s Sacramento Home and Landscape Expo. You and your loved ones can enjoy the Landscape Showcase, with fabulous garden displays of an average of 1,000 square feet. This year, at the Sacramento Expo, an entire building will be devoted to your pets and pet supplies. The home decor section will spark your imagination with ideas for decorating your living spaces. A Folsom paint shop, Not Too Shabby, is offering small projects where you can make a decoration, and take it home with you for $10 to $60.

Free Seminars and Giveaways

Seminars at the Sacramento Expo always offer great ideas, and you can find them in remodeling your bath or in gardening to improve your green thumb. Gardening topics will include how to prune your Japanese maple to the benefits of worm composting. Guchi Interior Design’s Katherine Kawaguchi will be teaching how you can make your home more accessible, which is great for older people or the disabled. Roberta Walker Landscape Design will be featuring how you can make your outdoors a great living space, and expand your usable house footage. Giveaways include a free door a day from Hall’s, which includes the installation, a garage makeover from We’re Organized that is valued at $10,000 and free tickets to see the Sacramento River Cats for baseball fans.

How to Find the Sacramento Expo

The Northern California Home and Landscape Expo is being held at Cal Expo, located at 1600 Exposition Boulevard in Sacramento. Tickets cost $10 for adults and children 12 and under get in for free. On Friday, seniors who are 62 or older can see the expo for $5 if they arrive before 3:00 p.m. Government employees who have ID such as teachers, firemen, police, and military pay only $5 to enter after 3:00 p.m.

Watch the following video that provides great ideas for outdoor living:

Help From a Sacramento Personal Injury Attorney

Accidents at large events can range from motor vehicle crashes to trip and fall injuries. Those who are injured may suffer from broken bones, head injuries, spinal or abdominal damage that can require hospitalization and a long recuperative period. Taking advantage of a free consultation with a seasoned Sacramento personal injury attorney can help someone injured by another’s negligence find out what compensation they can receive to pay their lost wages, medical expenses and for their pain and suffering. An injury attorney can deal with your insurance company for you. If an insufficient amount to cover your damages is offered, a case can be built to present in court to recover those damages.

Sacramento Personal Injury Attorney

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