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

• Grilling Stage.

Chefs from local restaurants will give live cooking demonstrations on the outdoor grilling stage and share recipes and tips to make easy, satisfying meals.

• Outdoor Marketplace.

Tony's Tree Plantation will feature trees, a garden market and seminars that will provide attendees with everything they need to know about growing in Oklahoma. Landscape designers will also show attendees how to incorporate natural features and creativity to spruce up the look of home exteriors, even on a budget.

• Central Oklahoma Humane Society.

Show attendees can stop by the Central Oklahoma Humane Society booth to play with adoptable animals and fill out a questionnaire if interested in adopting. Attendees can also learn about the new Guardian Club monthly donation program that provides OK Humane with year-round support.

Children will be able to learn the importance of having a collar and tag on their pets by playing the “collar toss” game. The booth will also include “The Barkery Boutique” which will feature collars, leashes and other pet related items inspired by this spring's trends. A portion of the proceeds from the boutique will benefit the Central Oklahoma Humane Society, a nonprofit organization working to enrich the communities it serves by promoting the well-being of animals.


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