Home and Garden Show Postponed

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This coming weekend, the Texas Home and Garden Show was supposed to show its stuff at Reliant Stadium. To do so, though, attendees and exhibitors would have to wade through the crowds getting relief help in the Reliant parking lot.

So it's being rescheduled for October 24-26.

The press release stated:

“The Texas Home and Garden show has always been a great place for residents of South East Texas to get answers from the experts on all their home and garden needs and we look forward to continue being a resource for them in the storm’s aftermath.”

As in, how to reconstruct a garden that’s been Iked. - Margaret Downing

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