The sound of 10 children with hammers pounding away at bird houses and bird feeders, napkin holders and toolboxes, planter boxes and picture frames sounded through one side of the Carson Mall during Saturday’s Home and Garden Show. “Last year, we had 2,000 come and we expect the same,” Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Ronni Hannaman said. “The difference this year is, there’s a lot of young families.” Lu Olsen saw those young families, or at least their youngest members, all day Saturday. The Children’s Museum executive director had a whole room in the mall to set up; activities there …
Home and Garden Show a big draw at Carson Mall
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