Free event takes place this Saturday, March 24, 6 a.m.-2 p.m. at Addison Trail High School
WGN Radio’s “Mr. Fix-It” Lou Manfredini will host the Ultimate Learn-It-Yourself Day at Addison Trail High School field house (213 N. Lombard Road in Addison) this Saturday, March 24, 6 a.m.-2 p.m. The event will kick-off with a live audience broadcast of “The Mr. Fix-It Show” from 6 to 9 a.m., followed by an interactive exhibit area, open from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Admission and parking are free.
Attendees will be able to ask Lou Manfredini their personal home improvement questions, participate in free activities including make your own tile coasters, cupcake decorating and flycasting lessons with Orvis Chicago, visit interactive exhibit booths, and learn from informational seminars. The first 720 attendees will receive a free, reusable tote bag and there will be opportunities to win prizes throughout the day.
Confirmed exhibit booths include:
Perma-Seal Basement Systems and Foundation Repair
Wintrust Community Banks
Brouwer Brothers Steamatic
Caricatures by Bruce
DuPage Credit Union
Hot Tub Tony’s
Innovative Home Concepts
Jonathan Green Seed
Siding One Windows One Exteriors
For more information, including a complete event schedule, visit www.wgnradio.com/events. WGN Radio’s Ultimate Learn-It-Yourself Day is presented by Perma-Seal Basement Systems and Foundation Repair and Wintrust Community Banks.
About Lou Manfredini:
Lou Manfredini is host of the widely popular Mr. Fix It call-in show heard Saturday mornings, 6-9 a.m. on Chicago’s WGN Radio 720. Since 1995, Lou has developed a loyal following of listeners who’ve grown to rely upon his entertaining mix of practical, useful and valuable home improvement advice. Lou is also a regular contributor to NBC’s Today Show. His national television program, HouseSmarts, is seen in over 65 markets around the U.S. He appears regularly on NBC-TV’s Morning News in Chicago and his HouseSmarts columns in USA WEEKEND have been read by millions. He’s also authored a series of home improvement books published by Ballantine Books. In his spare time, Lou runs a real estate management company and owns a hardware store in Chicago.