Montgomery County Home and Outdoor Living Show


September 16, 2023 - September 17, 2023    
All Day


Montgomery County Fairgrounds
9333 Airport Rd, Conroe, Tx, 77303

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The upcoming Montgomery County Home and Outdoor Living Show will focus on home preparations for the fall and holiday season.

The show is set for Sept. 16-17 at the Lone Star Convention Center in Conroe.

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Here are five things to know about the show:

How the show started

The home and outdoor living show takes place in the spring and the fall in Montgomery County and is hosted by Texwood Shows, launched by Tony Woods 15 years ago to have one-stop-shopping for homeowners looking to connect with builders.

Shows take place across the Houston region. Other than the fall show, the next show will take place in the Cy-Fair area in the spring.

On the Texwood website, there is also a “Find an Expert” tab where homeowners can review professionals from a variety of home services in one spot.

Show exhibitors

There are typically 200-plus exhibitors at the home and outdoor living show.

This year there are new exhibitors focused on home interiors. Reece Bath + Kitchen Designs brings the newest products to update your kitchen and bathroom including sinks, fixtures, tubs, countertops, ranges, refrigerators, freezers, warming drawers, and even wine refrigerators.

Color Interiors, family operated in Conroe and operated since 1972, can help with flooring, lighting, tile and outdoor living pool tiles. Expressive Tile and Stone has a selection of unique backsplashes for any interior room to add a pop of color and dimension.

Other vendor highlights include outdoor living exhibitors and paint experts.

See the show’s website for a full list of exhibitors.

Special guest speakers

Coming back to the show as a special guest presenter is Cure the Chaos founder Reagan Phillips, a professional organizer, who enjoys helping women discover solutions for maintaining the items they own.

Other speakers are Houston Chronicle Architecture and Design Writer, Diane Cowen, with tips on kitchen and bathroom remodels; Skip Richter host of Gardenline KTRH 740 AM; Destin Noak, “The Texas Garden Guy;” Bryson Janecek from Built Green Custom Homes; Dean Nelson, founder of Nelson’s Plant Food and representatives from the Montgomery County Master Gardener’s group.

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Stop by the Montgomery County Master Gardener’s booth and get gardening questions answered.

Supporting nonprofits

Nonprofit groups will receive support from the event and have featured booths.

Featured nonprofits include The American Legion, Operation Pets Alive pet adoption group, Habitat for Humanity Montgomery County, Community Assistance Center, Montgomery County Master Gardeners Association, and Native Plant Society of Texas, promoting research, conservation and utilization of native plants and plant habitats of Texas.

How to go

The show is at 9055 Airport Road in Conroe. Parking at the convention center is free. Show hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sept. 16 and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 17.

Tickets for the show are $10 for adults, $9 for seniors, children 12 years and younger are free, $8 online prior to entry. Early bird pricing through this Sunday of $7 online.

Free admission for teachers and all active military personnel, veterans, firefighters, law enforcement and first responders with a valid ID. Present a valid ID at the box office for complimentary admission.

See the Texwood Shows website for more.