Take back your space and get new ideas at the PCBA Home Show 2011 on March 26-27
Milford, PA – The Pike County Builders Association’s annual Home Show will take place at the Delaware Valley High School on Rt 209 in Milford, PA on March 26 – 27.
All phases of building, remodeling and industry related products and services will be on display. Over sixty exhibitors will present the newest information on home products, construction, appliances, lighting fixtures, decorating and much more; including vendors with products and services for outside of the house as well. The John J. Kurz Smokehouse, a miniature house equipped with smoke machines, will be on hand both days to teach children how to get out of a house safely if it catches fire. A special visit from Pike’s Bob the Builder will thrill the kids along with an opportunity to participate in a Lincoln Logs building contest! Call now for more information on how to enter the contest. You can be sure of a good deal when it comes to the Silent Auction; bid often for the items you want.
The Home Show is open to the public from 9A.M. to 5P.M. on Saturday and 9A.M. to 3 P.M. on Sunday. Admission is $3.00 per adult and children under 16 are free. Proceeds from the admission fee will benefit the PCBA Scholarship Fund, from which the PCBA has traditionally awarded eight Scholarships each year to Delaware Valley and Wallenpaupack Area High School students.
Contact Bette Eagan or Christie Meyerriecks at 570-296-5589 for more information about the 2011 Home Show. There are still vendor booths available and reservations will be accepted until March 24 so call now to be a part of the Home Show 2011.
The Pike County Builders Association (PCBA) is a non-profit association consisting of more than 150 members in the construction industry dedicated to the concerns of the industry, public awareness and education. For more information contact the Pike County Builders Association at 570-296-5589 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org