8th Annual KHTS Home & Garden Show and Much More
Imagine climbing on-board a fire truck, hitting the siren on a sheriff patrol car, watching a demonstration of the “Jaws of Life,” by the Los Angeles County Fire Department. Or discover design, decorating and maintenance tips from the top local Santa Clarita Home and Garden specialists. See the latest local crafts and artwork by Santa Clarita Artists and learn about the newest innovations impacting our environment at the special Earth Day/Arbor Day section in partnership with the City of Santa Clarita.
It’s all happening at our 8th annual KHTS Home & Garden Show, Emergency Expo, Earth Day/Arbor Day and KHTS Marketplace/Craft Fair at Central Park on Saturday, April 29 and Sunday April 30 2017. Four mega shows, one location over one weekend. Admission is free.
The combined shows will feature over five hundred booths. Most vendors are Santa Clarita businesses involved in our valley for many years. They have a commitment to making certain you get the best possible advice and guidance. We urge you to take advantage of their expertise and eagerness to assist. Discover the latest in solar energy, pool and backyard design, kitchen remodeling, insulation, electronic automation and other home improvements. See the hottest styles in design including barn doors, cabinets and unique hardscapes.
Santa Clarita local nurseries will be featuring plants available for purchase at heavily discounted prices. You’ll find special cooking demonstrations and cool arts, crafts and other design items for special accents in your home and backyard.
Take home a kitten or puppy as animal rescue organizations share how you may adopt-a-pet and save a dog or cat.
We’ve also added a special kids section, including a petting area with animals from Gilchrist Farm.
The KHTS marketplace features local vendors selling home-made crafts, jewelry and clothing. You’ll also find many crafters with items designed to accent your yard.
At the special Earth Day/Arbor Day area, the City of Santa Clarita will be giving away hundreds of trees and ladybugs. Green Thumb Nursery will be giving away free tomato plants.
Another exciting area of our mega-show is the KHTS Emergency Expo, happening all day Saturday There’ll be many exciting demonstrations from the Los Angeles County Fire Department, Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital, The Southern California Gas Company, City of Santa Clarita, California Highway Patrol, the Santa Clarita Sheriffs, the City of Santa Clarita and more emergency and safety businesses and organizations.
Our sponsors include Henry Mayo Hospital, The City of Santa Clarita, Southern California Gas Company, Feathers, Union Bank and American Medical Response. Our Expos are owned and produced by KHTS AM-1220 radio.
Show times are, Saturday, April 29th from 10a-5pm and Sunday, April 30th 10m-4pm. Note the Emergency Expo is Saturday ONLY, however many Emergency vendors will also be displaying and selling their products and services on Sunday, as well.
Visit www.scvhomeshow.com. Full details also at www.hometownstation.com. Or call KHTS AM-1220 radio at 661 298-1220.
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