Is your television permanently set on HGTV? Do you spend your free time on DIY projects? Are you looking for ideas to update your home? Have you been getting ready to sell your Tulsa home? You’ll find ideas for making your home a showcase at the Greater Tulsa Home and Garden Show 2018 this weekend.
What: Greater Tulsa Home and Garden Show 2018
Where: Expo Square (4145 E 21st St)
When: March 8th 5 pm to 9 pm, March 9th & 10th 10 am to 9 pm and March 11th 11 am to 5 pm
Admission: $10 per adult, $9 per senior
Contact: Morgan Merritt, Home Builders Association (918) 663-5820 or via email
Greater Tulsa Home and Garden Show 2018
The Greater Tulsa Home and Garden Show 2018 is the largest show of its kind in the entire state. With more than 500 vendors to choose from, you’re sure to find what you’re looking for here. Many of the vendors offer fantastic “show only” discounts for their goods and services. What does that mean? You must be at the show in order to receive these discounts. DIY Network’s Mark Bowe from “Barnwood Builders” hosts a talk about what he does, how he does it and how you can do the projects he tackles each week at home.
But Wait! There’s More!
But the Greater Tulsa Home and Garden Show 2018 includes more than lighting fixtures and granite slab counters. Back by popular demand: Reasor’s Flowers of Tulsa. Their flowers created such a great buzz last year. So, they came back for this year’s show. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of these flowers gets added to a contribution from the HBA Charitable Foundation which, in turn, is donated to the Food for Kids Program with the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma. This amounts to an amazing $10,000 each year!
Additionally, sharpen your barbecue skills courtesy of the Cooking with Gas Stage. Do you love Big Macs and Mrs. Fields cookies? Wish you could make them at home? Todd Wilbur offers up his food hacks for these recipes and you won’t be able to taste the difference. Other local chefs hit the stage to share their favorite recipes with guests as well.
Don’t worry if you can’t make it through the entire thing in one day. Ask about coming back for free when you purchase your tickets at the front entrance. With this much under one roof, you might need to make two trips to take it all in.