The 2014 Home and Garden Show and Emergency Expo presented by KHTS AM 1220 just announced that they will also be hosting an Arts and Crafts Fair. The Home and Garden Show will be March 29th and 30th, with the Emergency Expo on the 29th and the Arts and Craft Fair on the 30th.
This is the 5th year that the Home and Garden show will be held and they are expecting a new record for exhibitors and guests with a total around 7,000 people all filtering through the Hyatt Regency Valencia.
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Some of the vendors that are expected to be at the 2014 Home and Garden Show and Emergency Expo include Randall Winter Construction, Home Depot, Sears and even the Los Angeles Animal Care and Control. A wide variety of businesses will be in attendance to answer any questions and to pass out information.
The Arts and Crafts Fair will go hand and hand with the Touch of Mammoth showcase. Most of the vendors that will attend will be selling their handmade products that include anything from children’s clothing to jewelry to kitchen products to wood furniture.
Melissa Rogers, a consultant at KHTS AM 1220, said, “We’re so excited to add this into the existing Home and Garden Show and we are expecting it to be a huge success!”
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A Touch of Mammoth gives people the opportunity to experience and purchase worldly arts and crafts that are produced annually. A Touch of Mammoth is brought to the community by Mono Council for the Arts, which is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to art appreciation.
There are still spots available for exhibitors to participate in the Arts and Crafts Fair. To want to see if you are interested in reserving a space, KHTS AM 1220 is looking for local vendors but are also interested in inquires from all the Southern California area for either Touch of Mammoth or the Arts and Crafts Fair.
To be a part of this stunning production, visit www.hometownstation.com or call Carl Goldman at 661-298-1220.
Source: Santa Clarita News