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Spring Home & Garden Show!


On both days of the Home & Garden Show, Chef Robbie Rensel will provide cooking demonstrations from the Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery Thermador Cooking Stage.

On both days of the Home & Garden Show, Chef Robbie Rensel will provide cooking demonstrations from the Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery Thermador Cooking Stage.

13th Annual Event March 7-8 At The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel

The 13th Annual Spring Home & Garden Show The Woodlands will be held at The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel & Convention Center, 1601 Lake Robbins Drive, on Saturday and Sunday, March 7 and 8.

Ring in spring by immersing yourself in all the trappings of an elegant home and garden at the one-stop show, where homeowners will meet contractors and specialists who can deliver, install and transform virtually every aspect of residential living. Homeowners planning renovations to their homes, whether inside or out, need to make this show one of the first steps in the process.

“The 2015 Spring Home & Garden Show is the 25th event we’ve held in The Woodlands, marking 13 years of inspiring the area’s residents,” said Tony Wood, president of Texwood Shows Inc., producer of the annual spring and fall home and garden shows. “Many residents of the community anticipate our annual shows as a way to learn what’s new and what’s changed, and have come to depend on our expert exhibitors and vendors to give them a jump start on the season’s trends. We see this happening year after year as attendance at our shows in The Woodlands continues to grow, most recently almost reaching the 6,500 mark.”

Home cooking will receive special attention at the spring show with a Wilsonart quartz countertop feature area and Cunningham Gas’ crowd-favorite outdoor cooking stage. New to the show in 2015 is the Ferguson Kitchen & Bath Lighting Gallery Thermador Cooking Stage featuring Chef Robbie, the preeminent expert on Thermador appliances, who will provide four cooking demonstrations each day. And on Sunday, March 8, attendees can shop for fresh local produce, artisan cheeses, olive oil, eggs, organic meats, prepared foods, natural soaps and much more at the Grogan’s Mill Farmers Market.

Also new to the show is an opportunity to see updated and improved versions of a vital household function. Show-goers entering Kohler’s “Trust the Flush” custom motor coach will be able to see for themselves how toilets are tested in the mobile replica of the company’s Wisconsin test lab.

Using a home’s natural environment to create unique and functional outdoor living spaces is a specialty of returning exhibitor Stewart Land De­signs, and on Saturday, gardeners will not want to miss organic specialist Nature’s Way Resources’ In-Show Garden Center.

Experts in residential living will be on hand to offer live seminars and question-and-answer sessions addressing specific situations and concerns. Among the experts scheduled to appear are: Randy Lemmon, host of Newsradio 740 KTRH’s lighting expert Joann Ontiveros of Carol’s Lighting; home automation expert Kevin Buchanan of Home Entertainment Inc.; and custom kitchen designer John Johnston, president of De­signer Kitchens.

“We always strive to give back to our host communities,” Wood said. “I am pleased to announce that The Woodlands Waterway Arts Festival has been selected as the charity partner of the 13th Annual Spring Home & Garden Show The Woodlands.”

Tickets are $9 for adults, $8 for seniors and children 12 years and younger can attend for free. Free covered parking is available in the parking garage behind the convention center next to the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion.

For more information about the Spring show, call 832-274-3944 or visit WoodlandsShows.com, where a downloadable discount coupon for $1 off admission is available.

Spring Home & Garden Show!


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