Valley Forge Convention Center
January 29, 2011 by staff
Valley Forge Convention Center, Woodward Landscape Supply of Phoenixville is pleased to announce that they will attend the Greater Philadelphia Spring Home & Landscape Show as a vendor this year. The show will be held March25-27 at the Valley Forge Convention Center. The Home Show is an event designed for homeowners in all stages of remodeling, landscaping and decorating their homes. Woodward Landscape Supply will be their displaying new ideas for the exterior renovation of life in 2011.
Woodward Landscape Supply has more than three acres of exhibition space, poster, large sites, and distribution operations. Both indoor and outdoor exhibits feature EP Henry, Techo-Bloc and product lines TSA and several varieties of natural stones, including slab, travertine, cobblestone, and veneer. Their displays include kits fireplace, fireplaces, and outdoor kitchens.
Since 1994, Woodward’s has served eastern Pennsylvania providing all necessary equipment for installation of a range of landscaping projects, including patios, sidewalks, walls, pool decks, steps, ponds and more. We offer most major brands of manufactured “bricks and blocks, including EP Henry, Techo-Bloc & CSE, and a beautiful selection of natural stone.
North Penn High School Indian Cultural Association hosts Republic nights from 6 to 10 am Friday at the school, 1340 Valley Forge Road, Towamencin. Proceeds from the show will be donated to the charity Vibha, which helps Indian children who are deprived of basic education. The show will include music, singing, drama skits and a fashion show. Admission is $ 5 and all are welcome. Republic Friday night is six days before the Indian national holiday, Republic Day, when the country’s constitution came into force in 1950.
Due to the inclement weather forecasted, North Montco Technical Career Center, 1265 Sumneytown Pike, Towamencin, moved its all-you-can-eat fundraiser Pulp Saturday, January 29. It will run in conjunction with the Program on US-German partnership. The dinner will raise funds for students who will go to Freital, Germany, in February under the exchange program of the school. Dinner is served from 4 to 20 hours on January 29. Tickets are $ 10, $ 7.50 for seniors and 5 for children under 12. Tarleck call Mark at (215) 368-1177, ext. 163, or Novicki Rhonda at (215) 368-1177, ext. 188, for ticket information. They are also available at the door.
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