Get ready for your fall projects at the 2019 Red Deer Fall Home Show, Oct. 18 to 20 at Westerner Park’s new Exhibition Hall.

4 reasons NOW is the time to plan your home improvement projects!

Find information, inspiration and lots of ideas at the Red Deer FALL Home Show

There’s no better time than now to start planning and creating the home you want, and there’s no better place to do it that the 2019 Red Deer FALL Home Show.

Hosted by BILD-CA – the Building Industry and Land Development Association – Central Alberta, the same local association that has brought you the Spring Red Deer Home Show for the past 40 years. This FALL show will fill the Westerner Park’s new Exhibition Hall Oct. 18 to 20.

“This is the only FALL home improvement show in Central Alberta, and we’ve packed it full of knowledgeable local experts who can help you make your home improvement dreams a reality,” says Denie Olmstead, BILD-Central Alberta CEO.

“This year we’ve really focused our attention on supporting local businesses, so many of the 70+ exhibitors you’ll find at the show are from Central Alberta.”

How can you make the most of your home show visit?

1. Give yourself time to take it all in: With more than 70 exhibitors on hand, not to mention a lineup of speakers on the main stage, allow time to visit all the experts who can provide the solutions you need for your projects.

2. Make room for a little fun: While renos can be serious business, the Fall Home Show offers plenty of fun too. Reserve your spot for Friday’s Paint Night and check out the Family Fun Zone, including a face-painter and Virtual Reality Games on Sunday from 12 to 3 p.m. and bouncy castles open throughout the show. Stop by the Refresh! Lounge, visit a Saturday afternoon tasting room featuring local microbreweries and watch for your chance to win various door prizes from exhibitors.

3. Plan ahead and save: While admission is $6 at the door, buy your general admission tickets online and save 50 per cent – just use the code: BILD PERKS. Knowing it can take a while to get through all the experts on hand, come Friday and pick up a discounted weekend pass.

Students are $4 at the door with valid ID and children ages 12 and younger are free with an accompanying adult. Seniors (55 and older) are $4 at the door, but you can take in the show for FREE on Friday from noon to 5 p.m.!

To show your support for the Red Deer Rebels hockey team, keep your Friday and Saturday game ticket stub and receive a $3 general admission discount at the door. (Not valid with other discounts.)

Organizers are also working with the Earth Expo so you can attend both shows at a discount.

4. Keeping a community focus: ​Proceeds from door admissions go to the BILD CAres program, which has supported organizations like Habitat for Humanity, Central Alberta Child Advocacy Centre, Mustard Seed, Women’s Outreach, Red Deer College and Olds College Trade scholarships.

See you at the show!

Offering a full weekend of ideas and inspiration, visit the 2019 Red Deer Fall Home Show Friday from noon to 8 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Learn more at www.reddeerhomeshow.ca

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