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Housing & Building Association of Colorado Springs announces next home shows

May 19, 2018 Updated: May 19, 2018 at 7:29 am
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Katie Yeadon, left, talks with Dave Hurley before the start of the Home & Garden Show in April. The Housing & Building Association of Colorado Springs has announced its 2019 schedule of home shows. Gazette file photo by Dougal Brownlie.

The Housing & Building Association of Colorado Springs has announced its 2019 schedule of home shows.

A new addition is a Home & Gift Show slated for this fall.

All the shows will be at Chapel Hills Mall, which hosted the HBA's popular spring home shows this year.

"The HBA is looking forward to a second successful season at Chapel Hills Mall for our public events," CEO Renee Zentz said in a news release.

The partnership mall and HBA partnership benefits businesses exhibiting at the shows, the mall's stores and the show attendees, Zentz said.

The schedule is:

- Oct. 19-22: Home & Gift Show - Find products to help you finish fall projects and kick off your holiday shopping.

- Jan. 25-27, 2019: Home & Garden Show - Gather ideas for your own backyard via landscape displays.

- Feb. 22-24, 2019: Home Remodeling & Landscape Show - Gather ideas for enhancing your home's interior, from kitchens and windows to siding and decks.

- March 15-17, 2019: Home Show - Talk with builders, remodelers and other industry professionals. Learn more about the Housing & Building Association of Colorado Springs at cshba.com.

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