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Maricopa County Home & Garden Show May 5-7

Shop endless indoor and outdoor inspiration and the latest trends to outfit your home for the new season this weekend at Westworld in Scottsdale. The show brings together a variety of local small businesses, artisans, and the best-stocked home improvement stores across the Valley in one place over his three days.

of Maricopa County Home & Garden Showthe Southwest’s biggest home show will be held again. Westworld of Scottsdale From Friday, May 5th to Sunday, May 7th, David Bromstad from HGTV’s My Lottori Dream Home. The show features thousands of home improvement, design and landscaping products and services at exclusive Home He Show prices.

Shop endless indoor and outdoor inspiration and the latest trends to outfit your home for the new season. The show brings together a variety of local small businesses, artisans, and the best-stocked home improvement stores across the Valley in one place over his three days.

Show manager Katie Jones said, “We’re excited to have David Bromstad share his crazy journey and home design expertise on Saturday and Sunday.” “Additionally, this spring show will also feature home DIY inspiration and a variety of free handmade craft classes while you shop and support local small businesses and artisans.”

Bromstad will be in person at 1pm Saturday and Sunday for live stage presentations. He shares his personal story about his own journey and design tips he’s learned from his decades of experience.

Other highlights included in your admission price:

  • Save water with a master gardener. Learn how to save up to 60% water in your garden with a master gardener. They teach participants how to use low-fired clay pottery containers as an alternative watering method. There will also be seminars on pollinators, composting and succulents.
  • Learn how to turn mud into art. Watch artisans turn mud into masterpieces with daily live potter’s wheel demonstrations.
  • Handmade headquarters: Sign up for a free handmade craft session including candle making, clay molding, and basic woodworking techniques. Create a family tree or your own shopping his tote. Some of these hands-on activities make great gifts for Mother’s Day or Pride Month.
  • Small cul-de-sac. Stop by and take a look at our modern ready-to-move tiny homes at Village Camp, United Tiny Homes and Tiny Custom House. Experience what it’s like to live in a tiny house with the luxury of a converted shipping container and his two-story mansion.
  • Get privacy now. See how you can turn any clear glass surface into privacy glass with the flick of a switch. Learn how to bring privacy to your bathroom, front door, bedroom window and more.
  • Design your own backyard staycation. Free walk-up landscape consultation and take-home design from Horticulture Frontiers landscape experts ($350 value). Remember to bring a photo and dimensions of your existing backyard.

The Maricopa County Home & Garden Show will take place Friday, May 5th through Sunday, May 7th from 10am to 5pm at Westworld, Scottsdale, 16601 N. Pima Road.

General admission is $10 per day for adults and $3 for children ages 3-12. Children 2 and under are free. Senior Morning is on Fridays from 10 a.m. to noon and admission is $2 for guests 60 and older. Admission is $2 on Fridays from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM. The military viewing fee is $5 with valid military ID for all three days. If your birthday is in May, please visit the Information Booth with valid ID to receive a special gift. Platinum guests can also receive a complimentary gift upon presentation of their Platinum Points Her card at the Information Booth.

Click here to apply for discount tickets MChomeshows.com. On-site parking in the City of Scottsdale is $10 and is cash only. We have a clear baggage policy, metal detectors upon entry, and all personal belongings are searched.

For more information about the Maricopa County Home & Garden Show, call 602.485.1691 or visit MChomeshows.com. Follow us on Facebook facebook.com/HomeShows.

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