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March 12, 2014

Moore residents get free admission to home show

OKLAHOMA CITY — From March 21 to 23, Oklahomans will have the opportunity to have their outdoor living questions answered by experts in landscaping, remodeling, cooking and design at the Oklahoma City Home & Outdoor Living Show at Oklahoma State Fair Park.

To help storm victims in their efforts to rebuild, Moore residents will receive free admission to the OKC Home & Outdoor Living Show all weekend with a valid Oklahoma driver’s license with a Moore address. All Oklahoma teachers will receive free admission to the show on Friday only with a valid school ID.

With more than 250 exhibitors expected, the show will help inspire homeowners with new, money-saving ideas and trends. Some of this year’s features include:

· HGTV’s Justin Cave – Star of HGTV’s “Groundbreakers.”

· Storm Shelter Feature – With storm season right around the corner, the show will feature nearly 20 storm shelter companies allowing Oklahomans to shop and compare in one location.

· Butterfly House and Pocket Prairie Garden – Visitors can experience more than 500 butterflies in the Butterfly House, a glass structure with a walkthrough for attendees to observe a variety of butterfly species.

· Disaster Preparedness Education, Red Cross – Show attendees can learn how to build a disaster preparedness kit and develop an action plan for their family by taking part in the American Red Cross of Central Oklahoma’s disaster preparedness education.

Adult admission is $9, and admission for children ages 12 and under is free. For a $2 discount, tickets can be purchased online at or at the customer service desk at Buy for Less stores.

Show hours are Friday noon to 9 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

For more information about the event, visit the website or call (800) 395-1350.

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