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The Giving Pavilion to showcase charitable organizations during OC Home & Garden Show

The 46th Annual OC Home & Garden Show is returning to the OC Fair & Event Center on February 25-26. As the longest running home show in all of Southern California, producers take great pride in offering the finest home improvement companies in Orange County. The president on the National Landscape Association will be presenting workshops and presenting new water saving products for yard and garden. Features include hourly free DIY workshops from Home Depot, hourly prizes and hands-on activities for all ages.

The Giving Pavilion vendor booth

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A vendor booth at a previous OC Home & Garden Show

The Giving Pavilion adds to the flavor of this event. Show Producers have created an additional building filled with local charities and nonprofit organizations that serve Orange County communities. This is the premiere event in what will be “The Year of Giving, 2023.” Attendees can learn about groups that aid our area with valuable services, research and support. Guests will have the opportunity to join workshops that teach everything from “How to Start a Charity/Nonprofit” to “Guidelines on Becoming a 501(c)(3)” and “Legal Guidelines for Charities.”

Hours for the Home & Garden Show taking place in the Los Alamitos Building and Anaheim Building are Saturday, Feb. 25 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and Sunday, Feb. 26 from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Admission is free and parking is $2.

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OC Fair & Event Center is located at 88 Fair Drive, Costa Mesa.

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