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The BC Home + Garden Show is coming to B.C. Place next month.

The BC Home + Garden Show is coming to BC Place on Feb. 20 to 24, and bringing with it a host of events, exhibitors and inspiration for everything home related.

One of the most popular sections at the show is the HGTV Main Stage. It will feature HGTV celebrities such as Paul Lafrance, host of Decked Out, and Sarah Daniels and Philip DuMoulin, co-hosts of Urban Suburban. The speakers will offer their tips on various home and garden topics and give homeowners ideas about what they might want to do with their homes.

Other show highlights include the Dream Gardens section, where local experts will teach participants about gardening and answer your questions, and the Ask a Decorator space, where Vancouver’s Christine Friend will give you tips on decorating your space. You are able to bring your questions and photos to her during the show and she will help you out.

The Outdoor Entertaining Stage will also be set up at the show, offering advice on everything you can possibly imagine about outdoor entertaining, from barbecues to decor. Chefs and beverage experts will be on hand to share their tips on getting the most out of your outdoor space.

For those looking for renovation advice, look no further than the Greater Vancouver Home Builders’ Association’s Ask a Pro Renovation + Design Centre. The Renovation Gallery will showcase photos and information about amazing local renovations by GVHBA members, and attendees will be able to ask professional renovators their renovation questions. There will be 1,000 square feet of exhibit space and tons of experts on hand to help you out.

Tickets are available online at www.bchomeandgardenshow.com or at BC Place on the day. For more information and to see a list of exhibitors, visit the website.

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