Cornwall Library presents winter gardening program Feb. 7

CORNWALL – The Cornwall Library presents Winter Gardening

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FINE Cabinetry Kitchen & Bath Co. Available for Full Kitchen Renovations This Spring Season | Feb 2, 2021

Langhorne, PA — (SBWIRE) — 02/02/2021 — FINE Cabinetry Kitchen & Bath Co. is currently scheduling appointments for full kitchen renovation projects this spring. As homeowners begin to think about what elements they would like to incorporate into their home, it’s worth taking the time to think of how vital storage might be. For families who require a lot of storage, it’s always best to consider remodeling their kitchens in a way that updates the cabinet space, opens up the kitchen to other areas of the house, and incorporates other storage elements like a kitchen island where possible.

Many individuals think about kitchen storage solely in terms of kitchen cabinets, and that makes it a perfect place to begin planning. Cabinets come in all shapes and sizes, making them an excellent option for expanding a kitchen’s storage capacity without requiring other significant renovations to the room. However, if a homeowner assumes that cabinetry is the only option, they limit themselves significantly when it comes to kitchen design.

Another way to expand storage in a home’s kitchen besides expanding cabinet space is to open the space up to other areas of the house. By creating a more free-flowing floor plan, a

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Extension office to offer free online gardening courses from Feb. 3 to March 11

Lance Ellis, EastIdahoNews.com columnist

ST. ANTHONY — The University of Idaho extension campus announced they are bringing a taste of spring to the cold winter months with free online gardening classes offered every Wednesday and Thursday from Feb. 3 to March 11.

Participants can register online to learn about everything from backyard greenhouse design to basic vegetable gardening methods to successful composting methods.

“These classes are for everyone and anyone, all levels of gardening experience,” said University of Idaho extension educator, and EastIdahoNews.com columnist Lance Ellis. “I have found with our housing boom over the last five years that there are a lot of people from out of state who are trying to garden, but are struggling and not having the success that they would like. These classes would be great for them as well as a seasoned gardener.”

For those only able to attend one or two classes, the free registration and flexible schedule provides an adaptable learning experience.

“Participants sign up just once and that allows them to attend any of the gardening classes they want, even if they change their minds at the last minute,” Ellis said. “Obviously, if they don’t want to attend some of the

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