The OKC Home & Outdoor Living Show has more than 200 exhibitors

The show, which started Friday, showcases ideas for remodeling, home improvement and outdoor living.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Modified: March 21, 2013 at 1:21 pm •  Published: March 23, 2013

The OKC Home & Outdoor Living Show offers ways to refresh homes this spring season, with more than 200 exhibitors plus experts in landscaping, remodeling, cooking and design through Sunday at State Fair Park.

The show, which started Friday, showcases ideas for remodeling, home improvement and outdoor living. Adult admission is $9, and admission for children ages 12 and under is free. For a $2 discount, tickets can be purchased online at or at the customer service desk at Buy for Less stores.

Show hours are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday. For details, go to or call (800) 466-7469, ext. 120.

Features include:

• Chris Crary from Bravo's “Top Chef.”

Chris Crary from Bravo's “Top Chef” will showcase his passion and enthusiasm for cooking through live cooking demonstrations. Crary will share the behind-the-scenes scoop from the show, some of his favorite cooking tricks and his story about how healthy eating helped him shed more than 70 pounds. He will demonstrate two healthy variations of classic dishes and provide samples and recipes for the spring and summer dishes.

• Living Inside, Out.

Homeowners will have the opportunity to learn how to expand their living space without building onto their home. Local experts from Ward Design Group will demonstrate how to bring the inside out by bringing indoor design amenities to an outdoor living space. Featuring a combination of modern and old-school design elements, the exhibit will display a large water feature and plants and trees indigenous to Oklahoma integrated into an outdoor bedroom. Landscape designers will be present to answer questions, share advice and provide design and landscaping tips.

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