Mark your calendar for the 2013 New England Home Show, where you’ll be delighted at the wide range of home improvement ideas on display. From lighting to flooring to siding for your home, from techniques to tools, over 500 experts are on hand to answer your burning DIY questions. Bring the kids and enjoy live cooking demonstrations, furniture building zone and a craft and specialty food area.
Seaport World Trade Center, Boston; (508) 823-0389
Thursday, February 21, Noon - 9 PM
Friday, February 22, Noon - 9 PM
Saturday, February 23, 10 AM - 9 PM
Sunday, February 24, 10 AM - 6 PM
17 and under: Free
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Seminars on the Main Stage at the New England Home Show take place Friday, Saturday and Sunday. NARI (National Association of the Remodeling Industry) and woodworking experts explain how to master your home improvement quest. Tips, tactics, demonstrations, plus question and answer sessions cover a range of topics and prepare DIY-ers for their next project.
This year’s Furniture Project highlights many of Boston's favorite exhibitors, including Tommy Mac from WGBH's "Rough Cut". Visitors can observe as these experts demonstrate how their work is intricately crafted and assembled using the finest equipment. Experts and novices alike can take away tips of the trade, ask questions, take notes, or simply watch in amazement.
Visitors can enjoy mouth-watering samples from several of Boston's top chefs as they browse the aisles of the New England Home Show. Chef Fest's featured restaurants includes some of Boston's favorite restaurants, Aura, Lincoln Tavern and Restaurant, Chef Tom Pizzica from the Food Network, and Chef Mark Bynum from Top Chef. As seasoned chefs whip up savory dishes, visitors can walk away with the know-how to recreate these inspired dishes for family, friends, and guests at home. Chef demonstrations take place every couple of hours at the New England Home Show. Visit www.newenglandhomeshows.com/chef-fest.html for Chef Fest schedule and more information about each of the Chefs.
For those in the middle of remodeling or simply have dreams to remodel in the future, the National Association of the Remodeling Industry's professionals can answer nearly any technical question, or provide a connection to a local NARI contractor. Members of NARI are the voice of reason for the remodeling industry and can help home owners prevent avoidable mistakes and make the remodeling process that much easier! Visit the New England Home Show and partake in live NARI seminars. Official schedule to follow...please stay tuned!
The 2013 Artisan Craft Pavilion presents hundreds of elaborate high quality handcrafted goods by local artisans and craftsmen. From pottery, clothing, glass, leather, art, graphics, to photography, jewelry, and even specialty food products, visitors are sure to find something for their artistic style and walk away feeling inspired.
When a New England Home Show visitor stops by the RevoluSun booth, they will have the ability to evaluate their home energy expenditures over the next 25 years. In addition, they can view their roof in "real time" to see what type of solar potential they possess. Our experts can even go as far as giving them an estimate right there at the booth! And it goes one step further - if an attendee signs up for a Free Home Energy Analysis, RevoluSun will present them with a "Golden Ticket.” The ticket must NOT be opened until after our solar experts hands them a proposal, the homeowner will then receive whatever "prize" is labeled on their ticket. Prizes range from $250-$5,000. RevoluSun will only be giving away one $5,000 prize, but there will be multiple prize giveaways of all the other denominations. Finally, be sure to catch RevoluSun's live seminars Thursday, February 21st through Sunday, February 24th. This is one exhibitor you don't want to miss!
The New England Home Show is the perfect way to spend the day with the family. The Fun Zone focuses on family-oriented fun for all ages. Kids will be entertained for hours on end and will leave the Show with souvenirs and fond memories of the New England Home Show.
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