Sugar Land Home and Garden Show returns for third year

January 24, 2013 by  

Houston-area citizens with an urge for home improvement will be pleased to learn that the 3rd annual Sugar Land Home and Garden Show will be returning this weekend.

For a $9 entrance fee ($7 for seniors, free for children under 12, cash only) patrons will be able to browse the booths of 200 exhibitors, collect brochures on the latest trends in interior design, exchange digital business cards with skilled professionals, and even buy produce at the Richmond Farmers’ Market.

This year’s show, co-sponsored by local magazine Fort Bend Lifestyles & Homes and Wonderful Windows and Siding aims to cater for all sorts of customers, as Tony Wood, the show’s producer and president of Texwood Shows, Inc, explained:

“There will be something for everyone – whether you’re sprucing up the backyard with a new outdoor kitchen or deck or looking for new organizational products to organize a closet or garage.

“With a large group of skilled contractors and all the latest products, we can help you get the job done.”

The show’s two seminar stages will host a series of speakers. including Randy Lemmon (gardening), Michael Garfield (technology), Lisa Giesler (organization), Boone Holladay (urban horticulture), Brenda Beust (gardening), LaVerne Williams (green home architecture), Trish Buscemi (color theory), and David P. Atkins (realty and marketing).

It all takes place this weekend, January 26 – 27, at the Stafford Center at 10505 Cash Road, Stafford. Food will be traditional Texas Bar-B-Que provided by The Swinging Door. Hours are 9:00 am – 7:00 pm Saturday and 10:00 am – 6:00 pm Sunday. Parking is free.