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Spring into new possibilities. LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER


temperatures, fresh air, unique opportunities and new perspectives. We’re filled with energy and optimism as we venture outside to watch the world around us begin to bloom. Is there a home improvement project in your future? What about that garden you’ve been meaning to plant? Are you looking forward to a round of golf, a day trip or a local getaway?


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In this issue of The House and Home Magazine, we turn our attention to the great outdoors with features on garden tours celebrating Virginia’s Historic Garden Week. We’re sharing some spring landscaping advice, as well as stories highlighting Hobbs


James L. Blanks


elcome to spring! We’ve emerged from our winter hibernation to greet warmer


Hole Golf Course and The Williamsburg Winery. We also outline some interesting ideas for mud room/utility/laundry room renovations. Looking forward to wedding season, the focus shifts to some favorite ceremony traditions. As always, we offer savory food recipes (mushrooms are featured), and articles about history, beautiful homes, interesting people, art and culture — all good reading as you enjoy the brighter, longer days of the season. In addition, we’re excited to announce that The House and Home Magazine has merged its Northern Neck/Middle Peninsula and Williams- burg editions, bringing readers and advertisers more diverse content and greater distribution across the region. So, come along with us on our new adventure. Enjoy your March/April issue of The House and Home Magazine. Read on!


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March/April 2017


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