Each year, thousands of people flock to the Builders’ Home Show at the Fairgrounds because it’s one of Helena’s best shows, and this year, March 23-24, it’s getting even better with the Crooked Furrow beer tent, food trucks, a kid’s activity area, and stage for Q&A with experts. Whether you enjoy seeing the latest design and home tech trends, have building and remodeling questions for local industry experts, or just want to enjoy family time, or relax with friends in the beer tent, this expo is a must-attend.
With nearly 200 booths and outdoor interactive displays, you will find a variety of interesting, local products and services. There will also be plenty of giveaways and chances to win prizes.
The Helena Building Industry Association (HBIA) has produced this show for 27 years. HBIA is a professional trade association dedicated to protecting and advancing the home building industry and the thousands of fine men and women who earn their livelihood in this field. HBIA produces the show each year to showcase many companies that work together to create the homes, offices, schools and stores you enjoy every day. HBIA also provides education, events and business opportunities for its members, along with a strong voice in government.
Kids: Enter the coloring contest
Avoid lines and get tickets online (all online ticket sales will be entered for a prize drawing)
Check out a tiny house just outside the entrance
Test your skill and speed on a Bobcat
Get the official magazine online
When you come to the Home Show on March 23 or 24, be sure to stop by the new Parade of Homes booth next to HBIA’s booth to explore the exciting new event center we have added to the 2019 Parade of Homes. With the event epicenter at Heron Creek, you’ll be able to enjoy bands, food, games, transportation to the homes, booths/displays and much more.
Home Show admission is $5.00 at the door, or online. To learn more about HBIA and the events it produces annually, or to view a membership directory, visit www.helenabia.com
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