Maryland Home and Garden Show Fall 2011
October 14-16, 2011
With children back to school and the holidays approaching, Fall is the perfect time to focus on preparing for the winter—and beyond! “Home for the Holidays” is the theme of this year’s Maryland Home & Garden Show, highlights of which will include:
- More than 300 exhibitors: With hundreds of home professionals in one place—from designers and contractors to landscapers and suppliers of the latest products—the Show is the ideal place to start, continue, or add the finishing touches on a home improvement project of any size and scope.
- The “Wall Wizard”: Brian Santos, the nationally-known “Wall Wizard,” will offer tricks and techniques for painting, including faux painting.
- ASID Home for the Holidays Tablescapes:Members of the American Association of Interior Designers will create seasonal tablescapes that will provide ideas and inspiration for holiday entertaining.
- Ikea Kitchen Stage:Amateur chefs will compete for great prizes by making their favorite holiday recipes.
- Landscaped Gardens:Visitors will walk through beautifully-landscaped settings to see how local professional contractors can transform outdoor spaces.
- Maryland Fall Craft Show: More than 100 jury-reviewed artists will showcase a wide range of original art and crafts, including paintings and photographs, jewelry, custom-clay pottery, and designer homemade candles.
- Better Living Exhibits: Exhibits will feature travel, gourmet food, health and beauty, family entertainment and much more in this popular section of the show.
Now in its 30th year, the Maryland Home & Garden Show is Maryland’s longest running home and garden event, with over 20,000 visitors in attendance. Tickets to the Maryland Home & Garden Show are $9 for adults, $7 for seniors, $3 for kids ages 6-12, and free for children under 6 years old. Admission is also free for active military, police, and fire employees with proper ID.
Discount tickets are available by visiting www.mdhomeandgarden.com.
For more information on the Maryland Home & Garden Show, visit www.mdhomeandgarden.com.