Mohave County
May 2024
Volume 24 Issue 3

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Mohave County Gears Up for the Fall Home and Garden Expo

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October 2023

MOHAVE COUNTY – The autumn season in Mohave County is set to become even more vibrant with the upcoming Fall Home and Garden Expo, presented by Desert Canyon Events, LLC. This event promises to be a blend of home decor inspiration, gardening showcases, and a host of family-friendly activities.
The expo is scheduled to take place on October 21 and 22 at the Mohave County Fairgrounds. The timings are from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm on Saturday and from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm on Sunday.
One of the standout features of the event is the Kids Zone, sponsored by the Mohave County First Responders Foundation. This dedicated area will offer various games for children, ensuring they have an engaging time while their parents explore the expo.
In the spirit of the season, a Pumpkin Patch will be set up, allowing attendees to pick and purchase their own pumpkins for $5.00. The proceeds from these sales will go directly to the Mohave County First Responders Foundation, supporting their ongoing community initiatives.
For those looking for a bit of adventure, the expo will also feature a rock climbing wall. The pumpkin patch and rock climbing are sure to be major attractions, adding to the festive atmosphere of the event.
At its heart, the expo will showcase a wide range of home and garden exhibitors. Attendees can expect to discover the latest trends in interior design, innovative gardening techniques, and much more. The event will also provide a platform for local artisans and businesses, promoting community networking and support.
The Mohave County Fall Home and Garden Expo is shaping up to be a significant event for the community, offering a mix of entertainment, shopping, and networking opportunities.
For more information or inquiries about the event, interested parties can visit or reach out directly at 702-373-7694.

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