The New England Outdoor Living & Garden Show is not to be missed by Outdoor Lovers, Home Design Followers, Cocktail Enthusiasts & Foodies! Come experience amazing walk through displays from March 8th to March 10th at the WaterFire Arts Center in Providence, Rhode Island. Our talented artists, designers, and gardeners have created mini-outdoor oases that will be displayed indoors for our guests to walk through, experiencing the vision, the smells, the touch and the feelings as if you are really outside on a beautiful day. In addition to the walk through experience, there will be a Marketplace with over 45 vendors offering chances to purchase items such as: Garden Accessories, Hand Made Garden Art, Outdoor Furniture, Culinary Food, Beverages and more. Learn from the best in design and entertaining, by attending our Master Classes. These are not just demonstrations; we are offering intimate opportunities to meet the experts in their craft. Want to end the day with an evening like no other? We are also offering a Preview night to kick-off the show, Happy Hour, Date Night and VIP Night. Celebrities appearing include New York native Alex Guarnaschelli, frequent Food Network star on Chopped, Iron Chef America, All Star Family Cook-off, and The Best Thing I Ever Ate; Clint Harp from HGTV's Fixer Upper and Wood Work on the DIY Network; well known Professional Animal Trainer Brandon McMillan from CBS Lucky Dog; and two time winner of the Food Network Chopped, Evan Hennessey.
“Seventeen Rhode Island restaurants will offer 30-minute tastings in themed gardens throughout the three-day event at Providence’s WaterFire Arts Center. You might find Great Northern BBQ passing out food in the Backyard BBQ garden, for instance, or Trattoria Zooma serving in the Night Oasis garden. Other participants include Basta, Federal Hill Pizza, Milk Money, Roma, Yoleni’s, Tavolo, Kleos, Rosalina, Eleven49, Massimo, Pane E Vino, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar and Blue Fin Grille. Caterers Russell Morin Catering and Events and McGrath Clambakes are also expected to offer tastings.” ~ Jenna Pelletier, Providence Journal