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HBA Home and Garden Show

HBA Home and Garden Show

Tulsa Home and Garden Show

March 6-9, 2014

2014 SHOW HOURS

Thu. March 6: 5p-9p

Fri. March 7: 10a-9p

Sat. March 8: 10a-9p

Sun. March 9: 11a-6p


River Spirit Expo at Expo Square
Tulsa County Fairgrounds
4145 East 21st Street
Tulsa, OK 74112

TICKET INFO:
ADULTS - $8
Children Under 12 Free with Paid Adult

The Greater Tulsa Home & Garden Show is is where your home improvement dreams can take flight! Oklahoma's LARGEST home and garden products trade show has more than 500 exhibitors, offering everything you need for your home improvement project. It is THE home improvement event of the year and one that you don’t want to miss! Get your Official Home & Garden Show Guide in the Wednesday, March 5th edition of the Tulsa World.

SPECIAL FEATURES:
Gardens Exhibit - Speak with experts and view the latest trends as you explore a 14,000 square foot exhibit dedicated to outdoor living and landscaping. The Gardens will feature over 12 outdoor landscapers and nurseries. From water features to pergolas to plants and much, much more, this popular feature is back and even bigger this year.

How-To Stage– From Thursday through Sunday, get tips from experts on a variety of topics, from gardening to common home repairs.  The how-to stage will feature an informative and entertaining line-up of presentations each day, with daily appearances from featured guest, Jeff Holper, the Mole Hunter.  Learn tips, tricks and home project ideas to enhance your home and solve your problems! For the latest list of show times, topics and presenters, click HERE.

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