West Texas Home Builders Association hosting Home and Garden Sho

West Texas Home Builders Association hosting Home and Garden Show

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

The West Texas Home Builders Association will be hosting its annual Home and Garden Show.

The event will take place at the Lubbock Civic Center, Friday, March 2 (4-8pm), Saturday, March 3 (9- 6pm), concluding Sunday, March 4 (12-6pm).

Tickets are available at the door—$5 for adults and $2 for children ages 12 and under. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Lubbock Homes for Heroes.

This year’s Show will feature over 100 various vendors with booths on display showcasing the latest trends in the home and garden industries.

While there, event goers can register to win one of these fantastic prizes with a total value exceeding $7,000: RO system sponsored by Kinetico of West Texas, solar shades from Budget Blinds, $1,000 paint job from CertaPro Painters, insulated garage door from Overhead Door, two seasonal ceramic planters from Lubbock Designscapes, and a custom patio shade from Beat the Heat shading systems.

Kids can participate in the Lego™ Home Building Contest sponsored by Betenbough Homes as well as a coloring table with themed opportunities for them to feel right at home. Children ages 6-10 can sign up to compete for prizes Saturday 11am-12pm and 3-4pm, as well as Sunday from 2-3pm.

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