Washington County Weekend Post

January 21, 2022

Washington County Weekend Post e-edition

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By Mary Jones Conley Media Living in an environment that expresses your individ- ual taste and personality is a highlight of current building trends. Whether it's bringing nature indoors, installing curved elements, experimenting with new colors, or choosing the per- fect flooring, the 2022 Wash- ington County Builder's Expo provides the opportu- nity to view the latest ideas and products to make your home the place of your dreams. If you're considering building, are interested in current designs for kitchens and bathrooms, or have a remodeling project that requires an expert, you'll definitely want to attend the Home Building and Remod- eling Expo. It takes place Friday, January 28 through Sunday, January 30 in the Ziegler Building at the Washington County Fair Park in West Bend. Quality exhibitors, high- lighting products and services needed during all phases of home building and construction, are featured. From popular design ideas, the latest in building products, finding the right property/lot, or remodeling your home office, over 45 suppliers and builders will be on hand to answer questions. "If you're planning to build a home or want to remodel in 2022, it's impor- tant to explore options now," said Jeff Feyrer, coordinator of the 2022 WCBA Expo, and owner of JT Feyrer Exteriors. "We're excited we can hold the show in January so anyone building, or looking for a home improvement company, can start the process early." Said Jeff, "The Expo is an excellent showcase for WCBA members, and an important resource for homeowners. It provides residents the opportunity to support their community by choosing local builders and home improvement companies. Attendees will be able to view products and ask questions in-person, versus over the phone or online." This year's event features special guest appearances by Melinda Myers and Caleb Hyatt (sponsored by Stortz Custom Homes and JT Feyr- er Exteriors, LLC). On Sat- urday, January 29 from 1pm - 2pm, listen to Melinda's presentation: Food Garden- ing Success: Bountiful Gar- dens for People with Limit- ed Time, Space and Budget. Known as the "Plant Doc- tor" in southeastern Wis- consin, Melinda is an expert in her field, with over 30 years of Horticultural expe- rience. On Sunday, January 30 from 1pm – 3pm, you'll have the opportunity to watch Caleb perform spec- tacular magic tricks. Full of energy, his performances are sure to leave you amazed. A Friday Fish Fry is available from Bibinger's Restaurant. Check the ad on the cover of this edition of the Sunday Post for a $1.00 off coupon. Enjoy a tasty meal (and a Wisconsin tradition) while visiting a variety of businesses at this year's expo. You're invited to visit all the booths, register for prizes from some of the vendors, and meet the 2022 sponsors – Zuern Building Products & Design Center (Presenting), James Hardie (Gold), Carpetland Flooring Center (Silver) and Valley Technologies (Bronze). This year's event is in the Ziegler Building at the Washington County Fair Park, which is conveniently located at 3000 Pleasant Valley Road in West Bend. Admission and parking are FREE. For additional information, please visit the WCBA Association site at www.wcba-wi.org 2B • WASHINGTON COUNTY POST • SUNDAY, JANUARY 23, 2022 GMTODAY.COM 2022 WCBA Expo Presenting Sponsor: Special Guest Appearances: Melinda Myers Saturday, January 29 1pm – 2pm Food Gardening Success: Bountiful Gardens for People with Limited, Time, Space and Budget Caleb Hyatt Sunday, January 30 1pm – 3pm Performing amazing magic tricks! The Top Trends in 2022…What's Hot and What's Not! Learn what's new and exciting at the WCBA Home Building and Remodeling Expo

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