Oklahoma City's Parade of Homes Spring Festival begins Friday

Fifty-one builders will have 95 homes on display across the metro area.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Modified: April 11, 2013 at 10:59 pm •  Published: April 13, 2013

The Central Oklahoma Home Builders Association is presenting two home parades this year, starting with the Parade of Homes Spring Festival next Friday through Sunday and April 26-28 with homes open free to the public from 1 to 6 p.m. each day.

Fifty-one builders will have 95 homes on display across the metro area: one downtown at The Hill, 12 in the southwest, 14 in the east, 22 in the northwest, 46 in Edmond and numerous neighborhoods.

For maps and information on the homes, see the advertising insert in The Oklahoman Sunday. A map of each area also will be at www.paradeofhomesok.com starting Monday.

Jack Evans of Timbercraft Homes is chairman of both the Parade of Homes Spring Festival and the annual Fall Classic Parade of Homes later this year. Denise Patterson of Denise Patterson Custom Homes LLC is co-chairman.

“We are equally excited to bring this new spring concept to the metropolitan area of Oklahoma City. ... As you tour the homes you will be viewing the fine craftsmanship and designs that builders have to offer during this time of the year,” Evans said.

Evans pointed to Jim McWhirter, of Gemini Builders, and Caleb McCaleb, of McCaleb Homes, for working to help make the spring parade possible.

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