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Brazos Home & Garden Show

Show Technology Announces Inaugural Brazos Home & Garden Show

 

Home improvement and outdoor living show to commence January 26-28 at The Fort Bend Epicenter

 

WHAT:  The first ever Brazos Home & Garden Show launches at The Fort Bend Epicenter from January 26-28, 2024. This annual show provides attendees with everything they need to solve their home and garden projects under one roof. Browse the latest in kitchen, bath and flooring, speak face-to-face with home building professionals, sample the newest home technology, envision the outdoor oasis of your dreams, shop home essentials, save money with show-only discounts, have fun with activities for the whole family, and so much more during this one-weekend event.

            Features for this year’s show include live Birds of Prey shows, huge tree, plant and flower sales, a huge spa and swim spa sale, kid-friendly activities including cooking classes (Saturday only; online registration required), opportunity to meet local artisans and discover items not found in stores, meet and greet to get all your gardening questions answered with Skip Richter, the host of GardenLine, and so much more.

            Admission to the show is free all weekend long. On-site parking is available for $10, debit and credit card only, in lots A-F.

WHO:   Show Technology produces some of the largest and most successful Home and Garden Shows and Christmas events across the country. Its goal is to provide attendees and exhibitors with the very best events on the market while providing unparalleled quality and customer service.

WHEN:             Friday, January 26, 2024 from 2-6 p.m.

                        Saturday, January 27, 2024 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

                        Sunday, January 28, 2024 from 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

WHERE:           The Fort Bend Epicenter

                        28505 Southwest Fwy

Rosenberg, TX 77471

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