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Home & garden show Feb. 20-22

YAKIMA - The Central Washington Home & Garden Show opens its doors today (Friday) at the Yakima SunDome.

The 17th annual show, a three-day event, will feature more than 250 booths with 143 exhibitors demonstrating new products and services designed to build, remodel, maintain, enhance and enjoy your home. A beautiful garden area showcasing native plants, complete with a real back yard on display, is also featured at the show.

This year's home and garden show will also feature Lynn Taylor, a nationally known expert on the art of Feng Shui, who will present workshops throughout the show on how to improve the flow of positive energy and enhance the quality of a home environment using the principles of Feng Shui.

Returning by popular demand to this year's show is renowned cooking personality, Chef J. Warren. Warren is famous for his work this past year with "low-carb lifestyle" food preparation and presentation. He'll share his secrets on where to find the best tasting "legal" foods, how to prepare meals in a flash and how to dine out and eat like a king while losing weight. Also, Warren's showcase kitchen will offer home and garden show attendees a peek at the future of kitchen design and technology.

The home and garden show will be open to the public tonight (Friday) until 7 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Ceramic artists

to be featured

at Richland show

RICHLAND - The Allied Arts Association and Gallery will feature ceramic artists Kurtis Johnson, Paul Lewing and Loren Lukens at a show scheduled for March 2-26.

The three Seattle area artists have displayed their art both in the Pacific Northwest and nationally for several years.

Lewing will present his paintings, as well as more traditional works in ceramics. Lukens has a passion for expressing himself in large wall pieces. Johnson is more concerned with the meticulous magic of glazing.

Show organizers promise varieties of shapes and colors at the spring show.

A public reception for the three artists will be held Sunday, March 7, from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Allied Arts Gallery, located at the entrance of Howard Amon Park in Richland.

Sportsmen show on tap Feb. 27-29

YAKIMA - The Yakima SunDome will be the site of the 15th annual Central Washington Sportsmen Show, scheduled for Feb. 27-29. Geared for anyone interested in the outdoors, the show will feature an outdoor cooking camp with TV personality C.W. Welch.

This year's show will also offer a special ATV give-away, as well as the much anticipated horn and antler competition, and a trout bobbing contest.

Activities for the kids will include a fishing pond and free air rifle range, a kids casting contest, a laser shooting simulator and an indoor archery range.

For the adults, there will be fishing boats on display, the newest in recreational vehicles and campers, retail merchants, factory reps, booths attended by outdoor clubs and organizations, plus a host of other displays and booths.

Show hours on Friday, Feb. 27, will be from 1 to 8 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission prices are set at $6.50 for adults and $3.50 for children.

All-you-can-eat crab feed set for Saturday, Feb. 28

TOPPENISH - Fraternal Order of Eagles members and their guests are invited to an all-you-can-eat crab feed Saturday, Feb. 28.

Following the 6 p.m. dinner there will be horse race bingo offered. The evening will be capped with dancing to the music of the Western Boogie Express.

Tickets for the crab feed, priced at $20 per person, are available now at the Toppenish Eagles lodge, or can be reserved by the calling the lodge at (509) 865-2229.

For those who do not particularly like crab, a prime rib dinner will also be offered that night, at a cost of $15 per person.

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