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Charmagne Harris
Show Coordinator
Jenks Productions, Inc.
100 Great Meadow Road, Suite 702,
Wethersfield, CT 06109
(860) 563-2111 ext. 305
(860) 563-3472 fax
(860) 918-0891 cell
Toll Free outside CT
(800) 955-7469
 

charlee@jenksproductions.com



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FOLLOW US ON


The 4th Annual
Massachusetts Home Show
in Boston

 

Visit Verizon FIOS to meet and greet New England Patriots Alumni Eric Alexander at booth #417 Saturday 1pm – 3pm



Receive Organic Gardening Tips, Techniques; Garden to Table Recipes & Container Gardening & Organic Seed Packets  from
Horticultural Consultants at booth 200
Saturday 11am, 12noon, 2pm, 4pm
& Sunday 11am, 1pm, 3pm.

While at the show, homeowners may register for thousands of dollars’ worth of products or services from many vendors, including an

Electric Bike valued at $599 from www.ebikesofne.com

Electric Bikes of New England Booth 201

$350 Tub Re-glaze from
All Star Bathtub Refinishing Booth 312

$350 Power-washing Gift Certificate from
Peter Russell Company booth 523

$1500 Swing Set courtesy
The Swing Senter Factory Outlet
Booth 235 + 234



History will be repeated this year in Boston.
It was 35 years ago that David Allard demonstrated his advanced dome mathematics at the New Earth Exposition in the Hynes Convention Center. 


Dome Homes – Allard Engineering  Booth 210 - David Allard, pioneer in dome mathematics, advancing the art beyond traditional "geodesics".  He is bringing two domes to Boston for the Massachusetts Home Show to debut his latest design: a 16' diameter mahogany dome framework which is perfect as a roof for an add-on room.   The triangles can be all glass for a greenhouse, or insulated to any pattern desired along with 3X scale-up of the new spinning structure design - a wind turbine exhibit with technical hand-outs.  Allard displayed his new dome designs at technology shows in the 70s and has gone on to build a 100% solar-heated dome house in which he lives in the Berkshires.  Domes are the ultimate Green structure because they use the least material to enclose the most space.  They are economical, strong, beautiful, and fun to build.  Allard Engineering can be found at www.allard.org      

 

Paul F. Split

Lecturer and Horticultural Consultant

www.paulsplit.com

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