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Annual Home and Garden Show canceled

Home and GardenThe Central Kentucky Home & Garden Show scheduled for April 3-5, 2020 has announced that the show has been “cancelled as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. During this time, we urge all in the community to follow guidelines from local public health officials. The well being and safety of all attendees and exhibitors are our first priority in creating a dynamic marketplace. Be safe, and we look forward to seeing you at our 2021 Central Kentucky Home & Garden Show, April 9-11, 2021 at the Central Bank Center.”

Exhibitors will be emailed with details, but “you will automatically be booked in the 2021 event.”

Ticket holders may use their tickets at next year’s show; request a refund; or, donate their ticket cost to Habitat for Humanity (centralkentuckyhomeshow.com/ticket-refund)


Habitat for Humanity Updates

Lexington’s Habitat for Humanity has announced temporary changes in their operations: “Our work is about more than homes, it’s about community. That is why — first and foremost — we must help prioritize the health and safety of this community. We have been closely monitoring development with Covid-19 and reviewing recommendations on the local, state and federal level.” Both “ReStores: Temporarily Closed to the Public.” Lexington’s Habitat reminds supporters, “We are so grateful for your support, but one of the best ways to help us is to please not leave anything outside of our doors at this time. Sta will not be able to process any items. You can support us by holding your donations until we reopen or making a financial donation at www.lexhabitat.org/ways-to-give.”


Reforest the Bluegrass

Live Green Lexington has re-branded their annual Reforest the Bluegrass event as “Reforest the Bluegrass at Home.”

Here is how you can participate and stay safe:

  • Live, online Ask-an-Arborist events where you can learn about the tree species available and the kind of place to plant them
  • Distribution points for tree seedlings throughout the community – with information on which tree is which and where they should go
  • An online method for reporting what tree you planted and where it went; extra Reforest love if you share a picture of your tree in its new home
  • Another Go See Trees nature hunt
  • Reforest story time – Facebook Live reading of books focused on trees and the many reasons they are awesome

Trees will not be available until mid to late April.



This article also appears on page 28 of the April 2020 print edition of Hamburg Journal.

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