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1st Annual Spring Fling Fair 

Sat., March 5 and Sun., March 6 2011
(510) 891-1557

MARCH 5 & 6

Kick off the Spring gardening season in high-gear at the Bay Area's only admission-free hydroponic and organic gardening fair. Join us at the 1st Annual Spring Fling Fair presented by 3rd Street Hydroponics and Technical Institute for Indoor Gardening. We'll be exhibiting the latest indoor-gardening and renewable energy products and help us usher in a new era of renewable energy as we dedicate Oakland's first 12kW Vertical Axis Windmill by WePower.

Come meet the industry's leading vendors form Botanicare, Hydrologic Systems, Eye Hortilux, Dr. DoRight's...just to name a few.
Don't miss a free lighting seminar by the experts at Eye Hortilux from 11am-2pm.
Sample some healthy organic food provided by Oakland's local Chef Lamundo and Chef Q. Don't miss it!
Bulk soil sale- Get ready for Spring Gardening!

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