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The 27th-annual Flagler Home and Lifestyle Show will be presented Saturday, Jan. 26, and Sunday, Jan. 27, on the Flagler Palm Coast High School campus.
The annual expo has become the county’s largest showcase of the latest products and services for the home, inside and out. Home Show exhibitors will be showcasing kitchens, room additions, sunrooms, fencing, landscaping, home security, solar energy and so much more. Visitors can see product demonstrations and talk one on one with experts about their individual home improvement needs.
The Service Fair, on the east end of the campus, features service organizations from throughout the county. Attendees can talk to organization member’s first hand and learn how their organization contributes to the community.
Florida Hospital Flagler will again sponsor the Health Fair. Visitors to the show can stop by each booth to ask professionals information regarding specific services. In addition, the hospital staff will be performing free health screenings over the course of the weekend.
The Arts and Crafts Show hosts approximately 75 artisans that will give visitors a chance to begin or expand their collections with everything from homemade clothing, photography, paintings and more.
Along with exhibits, food and fun, the show also features free performances by popular regional entertainers in the Flagler Auditorium. Entertainment starts at 1 p.m. Jan. 26, with a performance by the Navy Band Southeast’s TGIF New Orleans style Dixieland Band. The entertainment continues 1:30 p.m. Sunday, with the Song of the Coast Sweet Adeline’s.
Sponsor WNZF will host the WNZF Broadcast Booth in the Lobby. Attendees can register to win a $50,000 shopping spree to be used with any participating vendors from the 2013 Flagler Home & Lifestyle Show. There will be more prizes to win throughout the weekend.
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