The fifth annual Lake Home & Cabin Show is coming back to the Minneapolis Convention Center on April 3 to 5, celebrating one of Minnesota’s great pasttimes. The three-day event brings together 430 booths of architects, furniture makers, cabin decorators and more to give you a dose of delicious cabin fever. Dale Mulfinger, of SALA Architects, Inc., will be on hand to share his experiences and advice as a “cabinologist” as well as to sign copies of his book, “Cabinology.” Look for the “Walk on the Wild Side,” display with more than 30 types of wildflowers. Tickets range from $4-$10. Show is open from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday; 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.
Pictured Above: This 2,000 square foot, three bedroom log home from British Columbia will be reconstructed inside the Minneapolis Convention Center. Photo courtesy of Pioneer Log Homes.
Below: Dale Mulfinger, the “cabinologist” of SALA Architects, Inc., will lecture, sign copies of his book, “Cabinology,” and swap stories at this year’s Lake Home & Cabin Show. Photo courtesy of Dale Mulfinger.