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Home and garden events around the Charlotte area

Friday-Sunday

Build, Remodel & Landscape Expo

The 15th annual Charlotte Build, Remodel and Landscape Expo will run noon to 7 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday at the Charlotte Convention Center, 501 S. College St. Aimed at helping homeowners through the process of home improvement, the show will feature seminars, exhibits and demonstrations from local and national companies and vendors. Tickets are $5 for adults, kids 17 and under are free. Details and expo schedule: bit.ly/1a9VEt5.

Jan. 18

ReStore ReNew series

This series of shop-and-learn sessions will feature experts from the Metrolina Habitat ReStores blog at different area locations. The first event will be 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Jan. 18 at Our Towns Habitat for Humanity ReStore, 20414 N. Main St., Cornelius. Pure & Simple Organizing owner Jennifer Burnham will give organizational tips and discuss how to use ReStore locations as resources for creating order in the home. Cost is $25 and includes catered lunch, ReStore coupons and more. Register at restorerenew.eventbrite.com.

Through Jan. 31

Christmas tree recycling

Pike Nurseries will offer free Christmas tree recycling services through Jan. 31 at 12630 N. Community House Road. Tree pickup and disposal can be scheduled for $50. Also through the end of the month, customers who bought a Christmas tree and stand have the option to return them for a $10 discount off anything in the store. Details: 704-341-7453, bit.ly/1lBFFMj.

Hilary Trenda

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