Tulsa Home and Garden show returns for 70th year

With more than 500 home improvement exhibitors offering ideas, expert advice and the latest product innovations for the home or garden, the Greater Tulsa Home and Garden Show is Tulsa’s longest-running home and garden show, celebrating 70 years March 7-10 at the River Spirit Expo at Expo Square. 

Presented by the Home Builders Association of Greater Tulsa and sponsored by Arvest Bank, the Tulsa Home and Garden Show offers a one-stop shop for all things home or garden, showcasing hundreds of ideas and the latest trends, as well as fun features for the whole family.

This year’s theme is "Look How Far We’ve Come" with several special featured events and destinations.

"I am so excited to be involved in our 70th anniversary celebration," says Allen Jenkins, chairman of the 2019 Greater Tulsa Home and Garden Show. "Whether it’s in the home, garden or community, this year’s show will help attendees find inspiration for home improvement."

DIY projects and HGTV’s Chip Wade from "Elbow Room" will be at the Timber and Beam Home-made Stage. Food Network Chef Emily Ellyn and Tulsa chefs will make recipes at the Oklahoma Natural Gas Cooking with Gas Stage. The Gardening Stage will provide gardening tips, and local expert Paul James will address attendees’ questions.

The Family Stage will include entertainment for all ages, while the Beer Garden will be just for grown-ups. Reasor’s will sell bouquets and flowering plants, with all proceeds going to the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma’s Food for Kids Program.

 Show hours are 5-9 p.m., March 7; 10 a.m.-9 p.m., March 8-9; and 11 a.m.-5 p.m., March 10. Tickets are $10 for adults. Children under 12 may attend for free when accompanied by a paid adult.

 Visit tulsahba.com or call 918-663-1100 for more information.


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