WAVERLY TWP. — The Waverly Community House (Comm) will host the second annual Greenhouse and Kitchen Show, featuring innovative ways to enhance the home, inside and out, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 29. The show is an updated, streamlined and re-imagined version of the House and Garden Show held annually at the Comm.
This year’s show is sponsored by Corky’s Garden Path and Toyota of Scranton.
The Greenhouse and Kitchen Show attempts to bridge the gap between farmers and producers of environmentally friendly products and their consumers.
Admission is a suggested $5 donation per person.
Proceeds from the show will benefit the new CommKids Interactive Learning Center, which will open in the fall. One of the goals of the new center will be to educate children on where their food comes from and how to make smart decisions on which foods to purchase.
The show will feature new vendors as well as returning favorites. All of this year’s vendors come with fresh ideas and new approaches to design, as well as tips for healthy eating alternatives and sustainable gardening. They include, but are not limited to, LaCigale, Canned Classics, Dreamscape Lantern Co., Gail’s Cupboard, Waterpure, Inc., The Pampered Chef, Distinctively Raisa, Mel Wolk Studios, Annie’s Country Kitchen, Beichler’s Greenhouse, The Baklava Lady, Rustic Cotton Home, Elena Colombo Fire Features, Corky’s Greenhouse, Brown Hill Tree Service, Arendt’s Outdoor Services, RiPurpose, Rave Outdoor Furniture, Creekside Gardens, Scentsy, La-Z-Boy Design Gallery and Fuller’s Overlook Farm.
A luncheon, catered by Iron Pierce Catering, will be served from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Scout Room. Beverages will be available and baked goods are offered in the Canteen.
The Comm’s Upstairs Thrift Shop will also be open during the show. The shop offers gently used (and sometimes new) men’s, women’s and children’s clothing, housewares, toys, home décor and more.
Visitors to the Greenhouse/Kitchen Show will also get a sneak peek at the Comm’s newest addition, The Waverly Small Works Gallery, which will feature small works from local artists with special shows and exhibits all year.
Information provided by the Waverly Community House.