EXHIBITION SPACE STILL AVAILABLE AT BARRE GARDEN SHOWBarre, Vt. (March 3, 2008) Organizers of the first-ever Central Vermont Garden Show are looking for more vendors and exhibitors.The event, slated for March 14-16 at the Barre Civic Center, includes landscape exhibits, a garden railroad, floral competitions, a silent auction and educational workshops. Well-known author and herbalist Rosemary Gladstar — founder of the Sage Mountain Retreat and United Plant Savers International, respectively — will deliver the keynote address. In addition, industry experts will present on several topics, such as rain gardens, landscaping and bonsai.There is still time to join the first-class lineup of exhibitors and vendors already scheduled to participate in the Central Vermont Garden Show, said Co-Chair Jeanne Daniele. “This is a fantastic, affordable opportunity for all landscapers, stonemasons, sugar makers and nonprofits to showcase what they do best in front of hundreds of spectators.”All participants are encouraged to use “green” displays that emphasize energy efficiency, creative recycling and sustainable practices. In keeping with the show’s theme, “A Green Mountain Spring,” exhibitors and vendors are also asked to utilize early bulbs, evergreens, still-bare trees and shrubs, greenhouses and snow as design elements.The Central Vermont Garden Show runs March 14 and 15 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., and March 16 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. All proceeds benefit the Friends of the Central Vermont YMCA. Parties interested in vending or exhibiting should contact Daniele at (802) 479-9038 or [email protected](link sends e-mail).ABOUT THE CENTRAL VERMONT GARDEN SHOWThe Central Vermont Garden Show gains its inspiration from the Chittenden County-based Vermont Garden Show. The Granite City installment is presented by the Barre Partnership and will benefit the Friends of the Central Vermont YMCA, a local group looking to build a community recreation center. For more information, contact (802) 479-9038, [email protected](link sends e-mail) or www.cvtgardenshow.org(link is external).
Barbashev joins teammate Oskar Sundqvist who was also suspended for one game in this series for his hit on Matt Grzelcyk in Game 2. Blues forward Ivan Barbashev got away with a possibly fineable hit in Game 5 of the NHL Stanley Cup on Thursday, but that isn’t keeping him from facing punishment.Barbashev has been suspended one game for the hit, NHL Player Safety announced Friday following St. Louis’ 2-1 win in Game 5. Zdeno Chara injury update: Bruins ‘legend’ (broken jaw) active, starting Game 5 St. Louis’ Ivan Barbashev has been suspended for one game for an Illegal Check to the Head on Boston’s Marcus Johansson. https://t.co/CVEqVANQ7a— NHL Player Safety (@NHLPlayerSafety) June 7, 2019In the first period of the matchup against the Bruins with the game tied 0-0, Barbashev went up high with his shoulder and hit Boston forward Marcus Johansson.Marcus Johansson looks to be hit up high from Ivan Barbashev here.#yikes #nhlbruins pic.twitter.com/J5Nkivfxz3— Here’s Your Replay ⬇️ (@HeresYourReplay) June 7, 2019The hit was not penalized in the game, but Johansson did go down to the ice. Related News Grzelcyk remains out with an injury in the series.The Bruins did get a power play soon after the hit on Johansson on a delay of game penalty but they were unable to capitalize on the two-minute minor.The Blues lead the series 3-2.