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32nd Annual Home Show Returns to Bristol Eastern, Offers Something For Everyone

Former Bristol Mayor Bill Stortz talks with parents of Bristol Eastern High School

Former Bristol Mayor Bill Stortz talks with parents at the Bristol Eastern High School fundraising booth at the 2016 Home Show

BRISTOL – The 32nd Annual Greater Bristol Chamber of Commerce Home & Business Expo, returns to Bristol Eastern High School on February 18-19, 2017.

More than 150 exhibits from throughout the Bristol area and beyond will spend an expanded two days displaying every product or service you need when buying, building or fixing up your home, condo or apartment.

Vendors on-hand include landscapers, roofers, custom cabinet makers, floor coverings, door and window dealers, computers, real estate specialists, banks, pools and spas, decorators and home security specialists.

The Home Show will also offer a great line-up of family style entertainment, antique appraisals, a craft fair and multiple community organizations and non-profits on display.

Health Screenings will be sponsored by Bristol Hospital offering advice on taking care of your blood pressure and other health issues, with many informative exhibits.

Kids will enjoy creating their own project at the Home Depot Kids Free Workshop Saturday and Sunday 11am-3pm. Kids can also meet “Sami” the Robot, see Birds of Prey, and have some fun with the Imagination Museum.

The 32nd Annual Greater Bristol Chamber of Commerce Home & Business Expo is produced by Jenks Productions, Inc. and runs February 18th-19th, 2017.

Show hours are Saturday 11am – 6pm & Sunday 11am to 4pm and tickets are available at the door and priced $6.00 Adults, $5.00 Seniors and Kids 12 and under free.

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