Spring is right around the corner and we invite you to join News 9's Road Trip at the OKC Home & Garden Show at the Oklahoma City State Fair Park from January 17-19.
Come see us Friday or Saturday to meet some of your favorite anchors while seeing more than 500 local and national exhibitors with great ideas and styles for the spring season!
If you want to spice up your home or business—this is the place. The show offers an outlet for people with almost any variety of home and lifestyle improvement interests. You can talk with experts and vendors in landscaping, cooking, design, remodeling, gardening and much more!
News 9 will be at the show Friday, January 17th from Noon until 6pm and again on Saturday from 10am-2:00pm.
While at the show you can learn from HGTV host William Moss about "Edible Gardening" for tips on edible plants that are easy to grow in Oklahoma and "Ornamental Gardening" to take a look at plants that add a ‘wow' factor for your home.
If you are more of a cook than gardener, Todd Wilbur, author of "Top Secret Recipes" will show you how to make a few of his recipe hacks.
For the sewing fans, be sure to spend some time at the Stitching Post booth where Pam Damour the "Decorating Diva" will help teach how to sew your own home décor items. Pam will also present stage demos and distribute certificates to participate in another sewing class.
If you bring the kids along, be sure to stop by the Cleveland County Habitat for Humanity display where they are offering several opportunities for kids to decorate their own birdhouses with proceeds from the sale benefitting the Cleveland County Habitat.
Admission is $11 per person and children under 12 are free. You can also purchase discounted tickets for $9.00 online at www.OklahomaCityHomeShow.com or at the customer service desk at Buy for Less stores.
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