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Remodel and Landscape Show goes on in Oklahoma City

People look at an exhibit at a previous Oklahoma City Spring Remodel & Landscape Show. [PHOTO PROVIDED]
People look at an exhibit at a previous Oklahoma City Spring Remodel & Landscape Show. [PHOTO PROVIDED]

The Oklahoma City Spring Remodel & Landscape Show continues Saturday and Sunday at Cox Convention Center.

The show features exhibits and demonstrations from local and national companies, and special landscape features, all designed to help consumers with home improvement.

“There are over 100 companies represented, on hand and ready to answer your questions for projects big and small,” show manager Tammie Scott said.

The show will be from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. Admission is $3 for adults, children under 18 admitted free

Free seminars will run throughout the weekend. Register for seminars at

Seminars will include:

"The Dirt on Soils — Soil Movement & Seismic Activity": noon Saturday, presented by William Blake, Vesta Foundation Solutions: "Learn how to pull soil information on your property, as well as maintenance tips for protecting your home from a shifting foundation."

"Reliable Native Plants for Oklahoma Gardens": 1 p.m. Saturday, presented by Dave Edwards, University of Oklahoma: "Learn about some 'must have' native plants for a range of planting situations in your landscape. Reliable performance, seasonal interest, ease of maintenance — they have it all!"

"Latest Trends in Bathroom Design": 2 p.m. Saturday, presented by Sherry and Tony Corrente, Prime Living: "Thinking about a new bathroom? Learn all about the most current trends in bathroom design, as well as how to find the right contractor for you."

"Landscaping with Native Plants": 3 p.m. Saturday, presented by Bill Farris, Prairie Wind Nursery: "Learn how to save time, money and resources by utilizing native plants in your landscape."

"Gardening in the Shade": noon Sunday, presented by Joshua Campbell, Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma County Cooperative Extension: "Shady areas can be difficult places to grow healthy lawns or landscapes, but there are many ways to have success gardening in the shade. This seminar will cover topics such as common practices, shade-tolerant plant and turf grass selection, alternative landscape designs for shady areas, and tips and tricks for managing landscapes in the shade."

"Cooling Your Home More Efficiently": 1 p.m. Sunday, presented by Thad Pracht, QC of Oklahoma: "Learn the benefits of whole home cooling options. A whole house fan and an attic fan together can help consumers save up to 50-90% off their A/C-related electricity costs, enjoy better health, and cool their home for just pennies an hour."

"Accessible Gardening: How to Extend Your Gardening Hours & Years": 2 p.m. Sunday, presented by Freddy Hill, Oklahoma Horticultural Society: "Take a look at your current gardening practices and learn tips, tools and helps to keep you gardening as conditions and abilities change. Don't lose your joy of gardening, learn to adapt and continue your joy of growing things."