The Southern Arizona Home Builders Association (SAHBA) Home and Garden Show is coming to the Tucson Convention Center.  Visitors will encounter a festive autumn theme with pumpkins, gardening, and arts and crafts – all part of this year’s show.

Home Depot’s team will be offering how-to and do-it-yourself classes.  At SAHBA Central, Green Build Council members will provide advice on best practices and sustainable building ideas.  Members of SAHBA’s Certified Custom Builders Council will be on hand for new home construction ideas. 

At SAHBA’s Remodeler’s Row consumers can access remodelers and remodeling suppliers all in one location featuring displays from several local home improvement businesses.

Michaels Where Creativity Happens will showcase crafting ideas including FREE kids’ make-it and take-it crafts and face painting on Saturday and Sunday afternoons.  Also on Saturday, author Kathy Cano-Murillo of awarding winning will be sharing her expertise on “Crafts. Drama. Glitter.”  

Tucson’s biggest home improvement and remodeling show is getting bigger, too, with expansion into the center’s arena. 

The Tucson Convention Center (TCC) is located at 260 South Church Avenue. Free public parking is available at all TCC lots.  Show hours are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.  

There are $2 off discount admission coupons available at  General admission is $8 for adults; children 12 and under are free.  On Friday, half-price admissions are available for those 50 and over.  Half-price military discounts are available all weekend with proper ID.

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