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The Home Improvement & Outdoor Living Show 2016, the Horry Georgetown Home Builders Association’s 6th Annual Fall Show returns to the Myrtle Beach Convention Center Friday, September 22 through Sunday, September 24. The Home Improvement & Outdoor Living Show is your source for everything you need for your home – inside and out.
Showcasing the latest in lawn and garden, kitchen and bath, Interior design, pool and spa, building products and energy saving products, the show provides consumers with an excellent buying opportunity, competitive pricing and side-by-side comparison between companies. Shop for patios, pools, outdoor lighting, decks, windows, doors and everything imaginable for your home. Bring your plans and have your questions answered by the experts.
The Home Improvement & Outdoor Living Show is more than just about windows and doors. Along with everything you need for your home and yard, visitors have the chance to learn and be entertained. Check out the seminar and workshop schedule – you’ll find sessions on a variety of topics by local experts. Get valuable information on Planting Now for Spring Color, Solar 101, the newest and hottest trends in interior design, growing & using herbs. Plus, join local chefs as they share secret techniques and recipes.
Another popular show feature is Waccamaw Arts & Crafts Guild exhibit, featuring work by local Artists. You’ll find paintings, leather goods, wood crafts, jewelry and much more. It’s a great time to take home a new best friend. Stop by Coastal Animal Rescue and meet “Furry Friends,” looking for a forever home – is it yours?
Check out the Specialty Market Place where you’ll find tasty treasures, grown and produced locally– everything from breads, rolls, produce, local honey, and seafood gumbo to decadent pies and desserts. Taste, shop and take home dinner.
Show hours are Friday, September 22nd and Saturday, September 23rd, 10 am to 6 pm and Sunday, September 24th from 11 am to 5 pm. Admission is $5 for adults and children under 16 are free. Three day passes are available for $10.