The 2013 International Home Show is set to return to the International Centre Thursday, November 7th through to Sunday, November 10th, offering four days of everything home related. Décor, design, entertainment and holiday gift-shopping enthusiasts will take part in the show, which marks 28 continued years of excellence.
“Esthetics and function continue to be ever-changing in terms of home design. As trends constantly evolve and reinvent, so do our lifestyles and what we consider to be functional,” says show manager Paul Newdick. “One of the greatest aspects of what we do is to provide a vast field of knowledge to our patrons. A playing ground for people to educate themselves in current trends and product knowledge while becoming savvy to what’s available to them.”
General admission guarantees access to three shows under one roof. In addition to the International Home Show, patrons can take part in the fourth annual Better Living Boomer Show and the third annual Interior Decorating Show at no extra cost.
More than 450 leading exhibitors, 2,000 home experts, 10,000 products will be featured, including interior and exterior home décor, renovation, contractors, interior decorating, kitchen and bath, gourmet food, wine and beer, green living products and service, landscapers, builders, seasonal products, roofing, appliances, electronics and more.
This year’s celebrity experts set to offer free seminars include: Jane Lockhart, Mark Atiyolil, Lynn Spence, Mary Dobson, Robert Koci, Tony Aspler, Kimberley Seldon, Bryan Baeulmer, Paul LaFrance, Vicky Sanderson and Scott McGillivray.
Parking is FREE and admission is only $15 for adults and $12 for seniors and children. Advance tickets are available online at a discounted rate.
For the International Home Show hours and a full list of celebrities offering free seminars throughout the weekend, please visit www.