From lawn mowers to tractors, from decorative boulders to chicken coops, from keeping bees to getting rid of mosquitoes, from swimming pools to boats, from custom aquariums to training dogs, the more than 50 vendors at the 2nd annual Dickson Farm, Home and Garden Show have something for everyone with the theme “Everything Outdoors.” Booth space in two buildings, the outdoor pavilion and on the grounds of the Dickson County Fairgrounds is quickly filling up for the show March 7-9. Admission for each day is $2 while children 12 and under are free and parking is free. Sponsored by the Agriculture Committee of the Dickson County Chamber of Commerce, the farm, home and garden show has seen the interest from vendors across the region grow after just its first year. Aspen Anderson of the chamber says one fairgrounds building is already full but there is still limited space for any last-minute reservations from vendors who have a product or service that would be of interest to farmers and homeowners. The list of vendors already committed for this year’s show covers a wide variety of needs and interests. Businesses you would expect, like the Dickson Farmers Co-op, Dickson Farm Sales, Dickson County Equipment and others will be there with everything from lawn care products to full-size tractors. But if a large rock is just what your homeplace is needing, then Boulder Supply of Waverly can fill the bill. Thinking about a gazebo, pavilion, storage building or chicken coop? Check out Lot of Faith Outdoor Structures of Dickson for Amish and Mennonite-built structures or Hilltop Structures of Cumberland Furnace for barns and cabins. Want to escape the heat this summer? Then S&S Construction and Pools of Burns can bring relief to your backyard or C&O Marine of White Bluff has the boat to get you on the lake. Glasscages.com can show you how to enhance your home décor with a custom-designed aquarium or terrarium and Razor Sharp Retrievers of Charlotte can train your dog for outdoor fun. If you want to get started in beekeeping, Bon Aqua Springs Apiaries and Woodenware has all the equipment and information you need while The Mosquito Authority of Dickson has a plan to enhance your outdoor fun by getting rid of pests. Looking for a place to hold an outdoor wedding, family reunion or reception, visit Keller’s Corny Country or The Miller Century Farm booth. For a full list of vendors, seminars and more information, visit dicksonoutdoorshow.com. To find out more about renting booth space for next week’s show, contact Anderson at 446-2349.