Entertainment Editor

Home & Garden Show brings Tiny Houses to its 9th annual event, this month

By Jennifer DiDomenico Entertainment Editor The 9th annual Orlando Fall Home & Garden Show presented by Show Technology Productions is just around the corner— and this year, it’s bringing tiny houses to Orlando. “We are thrilled to present the 9th annual fall show in Orlando,” said Show Technology Productions Marketing Manager Lauren San Martin. “It

The 9th annual Orlando Fall Home & Garden Show presented by Show Technology Productions is just around the corner— and this year, it’s bringing tiny houses to Orlando.

“We are thrilled to present the 9th annual fall show in Orlando,” said Show Technology Productions Marketing Manager Lauren San Martin. “It is our biggest and best show yet – literally larger than two football fields!”

The National Organization of Alternative Housing (NOAH) will display a dozen of its tiny houses in the Tiny House Village— a 27,000-sq.-ft. area within the Orange County Convention Center, featuring the houses, a “central park,” dog park and farmer’s market. These 400-sq.-ft. houses of all shapes and designs are coming from as far away as Texas, for Home & Garden Show visitors to tour, experience and gain decorating ideas. Guests will even have the opportunity to buy a tiny house of their very own.

The Tiny House Village will also host informational seminars throughout the weekend.

Celebrity guests Wayde King and Brett Raymer of Animal Planet’s show “Tanked” will make special appearances throughout the weekend. The show is based on the two brothers-in-law, as they run the largest aquarium manufacturing company in the country, bringing their most creative (and fishy) ideas to life. The two have designed tanks for people and businesses from coast to coast, including two for the Guy Harvey Outpost Hotel at Florida’s St. Pete Beach.

Aside from tiny houses and celebrity appearances, the show offers guests a one-stop place for home and garden essentials, including exhibits in landscape and gardening, home improvement contractors, (free) professional design consultations by Design DIVA Natalie Kight, a 2,000-sq.-ft. Home Design Center by SODO, the latest in products and services, plus related businesses exhibiting and explaining everything from soothing water features to trend-setting glass tile for your kitchen or bath. The family-friendly show will showcase everything related to home and gardening, all under one roof.

“This is a show we are so proud to bring to Orlando – a place to truly get all your home and garden projects solved,” said San Martin.

Guests can also enjoy wine tasting and the Birds of Prey show by Wild About Birds.

And once again, the Home & Garden Show will present its favored Kids Zone— though it will be bigger than ever before with activities like Plant-A-Seed by The Home Depot, an author reading of Lilly the Lash, kids’ cooking classes by U Can Cook, children’s art workshops by Lani Kee Williams, character meet-and-greets (with Skye and Chase from Paw Patrol, and characters from Once Upon a Party), cookie decorating, stuffed animals, dance parties and more.

Admission to the Home & Garden Show is $9. Special rates are available for seniors (ages 65 and up), first responders and active military. Children ages 16 and under are admitted for free. Adult guests may receive $1 off Adult Admission with a canned food donation, which will benefit A Place for Grace.

More information about the 9th annual Orlando Fall Home & Garden Show can be found online at www.Show-Technology.com or by calling 877-663-6186.

About Show Technology Productions:

Show Technology Productions, one of the largest producers of Home and Garden Shows nationally, is a company based in San Antonio with over three decades of successful years in the Home and Garden and Christmas Expo event industries.