Tacoma to make itself at home

January 23, 2014 by  

Taking place across four days, the 31st Annual Tacoma Home and Garden Show features vendors, award winning garden writers, seminars, a vintage market, a seniors’ wellness booth, regional experts in all trades, and a wealth of speakers

Taking place at the Tacoma Dome, this show should be ideal for those planning remodeling, renovations, or new garden projects. Poster printing and banner printing might have been the method chosen by the show promoters to share information about this home and garden show with people in the area..

Vendors and experts are ready to assist visitors in finding the right remodeler, designer, contractor, and landscaper. There is an endless list of seminars to assist the do-it-yourselfer with projects, plus a wide assortment of garden experts to help guests select just the right plants for the spring season.

This year, the plant market will be one of the more popular locations for the gardener to visit as its feature a wide range of unique species and colorful conifers, house plants, trees, and shrubs. Don Engebretson from the Renegade Gardener will be a guest speaker.

Meanwhile, the Vintage Market provides homeowners with repurposed treasures for their home and garden. The seniors’ wellness both will be offering a selection of free health screens, games, and prizes for shoppers.

The cost to attend this show is $12 per person, and it will be happening from Thursday, January 23 to Sunday, January 26 with opening hours being 11:00 am to 7:00 pm except on Sunday, when things come to a close at 5:00 pm.