The Pagosa Springs Builders Association’s 13th annual Home and Garden Show will be held this weekend, June 22-23, at the Pagosa Springs High School Sports Complex from 1-7 p.m. on Friday and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday.
Admission is $2.
Are you looking to build a new home, do some remodeling or finally create some curb appeal for your front yard? What is the advantage of radiant heat over forced air heat? What flowers and plants can be planted that deer won’t eat? What is the energy value in a log home compared to conventional built home? The Home and Garden Show is your opportunity to ask the experts your questions and get the answers you need. This is the perfect event for one-stop shopping, with many of the vendors even offering show discounts.
The Builders Association is a local non-profit organization that believes in giving back to the community by supporting and helping with local projects. The association was involved with building three of the new fire stations and one addition through the donation of materials and labor. The association helped the Lions Club build the concession stand at the Red Rider Rodeo grounds. The labor and materials were donated for both the gazebos and the bathrooms in Town Park. Not only did the Builders Association build the kiosk for the Chamber in 2003, they were a major contributor of both material and labor for the current Chamber of Commerce building. On many occasions the association has donated part of the Home and Garden entrance fees to such recipients as the Boy Scouts, Humane Society, 4-H Club, Special Olympics and the Girl Scouts.
This year, a portion of the entry fee will go to the Skills USA Club — a club for high school students interested in automotive trades, welding, drafting, architecture, certain health occupations, 3-D visualizations, computer maintenance, diesel mechanics, criminal justice, crime scene investigation and more.
We hope you can join us for this great show this weekend.
For more information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message at 731-9168.