UPDATE from the Home and Garden Show 3/12/20:
The Greater Frisco Home & Garden Show scheduled for March 20-22, 2020 has been canceled as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. During this time, we urge all in the community to follow guidelines from local public health officials. The wellbeing and safety of all attendees and exhibitors are our first priority in creating a dynamic marketplace. Be safe, and we look forward to seeing you next year.
What comes first, Spring Fever or the 2nd Annual Greater Frisco Home and Garden Show?
The answer to that question becomes clearer on March 20-22 when The Greater Frisco Home and Garden Show returns to the Ford Center at The Star in Frisco to once again help make home and garden additions and improvements spring to life!
Attendees will be offered the opportunity to stroll through, view, and learn about the very latest in home and garden products, services, trends and lifestyle innovations that will amaze, inform, entertain and delight.
Everything you need under one roof.
More than 300 exhibitors and experts will be on hand to offer information, advice, and solutions to questions regarding big, bold projects as well as simple, small undertakings around the home and garden.
There will be educational seminars led by home and garden experts as well as beautifully constructed landscapes and shopping opportunities.
Inspiration is inevitable. Just add magic! And oftentimes, that simple magic touch is waiting on the next aisle over.
Meet your favorite home and garden TV celebrities.
Celebrity guest Grace Mitchell, star of HGTV’s hit series “One of a Kind”, is a Ft. Worth native and will share home renovation tips including where to spend versus salvage, and where to dream versus where to be practical. Grace is a designer known for using her clients’ personal stories to transform their homes into representations of who they are.
Featured guest Howard Garrett, known in Dallas as “The Dirt Doctor”, is heard across the nation in his commentaries as well as his weekly radio show. Howard is a leader in research, education and promotion of natural organic gardening, landscaping, pet health and pest control.
Sue Yaghi, the first certified KonMari Method™ practitioner in Dallas–Fort Worth, has tips for designing calm, serene spaces with clutter-free sensibility. (This article seems lighter already.)
And guest photographer/author/television personality Me Ra Koh will be on hand to teach attendees her ideas on how to look their best in those prized family photos, adding that special genuine touch in decorating.
Enjoy shows, cooking demos and entertainment for kids and adults.
In addition to the special guests scheduled, there are many more areas of interest for show-goers. A great highlight of The Greater Frisco Home & Garden Show includes The Edible Dallas and Ft. Worth Cooking Stage, presenting live cooking demonstrations and sample cuisine from the DFW area’s top chefs and artisans, all for attendees to enjoy.
Timely garden advice is a small part of the education and community service offered by the members of this organization as it dispenses invaluable information to residents in this area.
All great weekend adventures offer fun events for the whole family, and the 2nd Annual Greater Frisco Home and Garden Show surely delivers. The Show will feature a Kids’ Zone offering hands-on projects, interactive crafts and thrilling live demonstrations of Texan birds of prey. These bird demonstrations are courtesy of Blackland Prairie Raptor Center, dedicated to environmental preservation and public education.
Make your home and garden improvements spring to life.
For a fun and informative day of demonstrations, tastings, exhibits, and crafts for the kids, visit The Greater Frisco Home and Garden Show, and who knows? The experience may serve as a springboard to welcome to a new season of growth and new things waiting just around the corner!
Friday: 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Saturday: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Sunday: 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Purchase tickets online $10.00 for adults and $9.00 for seniors 65+ or those with a retired military ID. Admission is free for children 16 and under, active military and first responders, as well as all school district and university employees with ID. Pay once, come back all weekend! Purchasing a ticket guarantees admission for the entirety of the event.
Parking at the Ford Center at The Star is free.
HEAR IT FROM THE PROS
In this episode of The Frisco Podcast, Portrait Photographer Me Ra Koh, Professional Organizer Sue Yaghi, and Howard “The Dirt Doctor” Garrett join us in the studio to give a sneak peek of what you can expect to see at the upcoming 2020 Greater Frisco Home and Garden Show: