EUCLID - Northeast Ohio's original and longest running home and garden show will mark its 67th year of providing springtime inspirations to homeowners with a 10-day January engagement in a new suburban venue.
The "Cleveland Home & Garden Show,' presented by the community hospitals of Cleveland Clinic, will debut Friday at the Great Lakes Expo Center in Euclid. The show will run through Jan. 31.
A different and unrelated home and garden show will take place at the I-X Center in early February, the Cleveland Home & Garden Show's former home and traditional time of the year. "The Great Big Home & Garden Expo' and its line-up of attractions, hundreds of exhibitors, and products and promotions will take place from Feb. 6 to 14 at the I-X Center. (Look for a separate story about that show in an upcoming issue of the Norwalk Reflector).
The Great Lakes Expo Center, located across from Euclid Square Mall at 1200 Babbitt Road, is the new permanent home to sophisticated garden displays, expert horticulture advice and interior design ideas. Relocating the Cleveland Home & Garden Show presented by the community hospitals of Cleveland Clinic to the 215,000 square-foot convention facility enabled Cleveland-based Show Producer Expositions, Inc. to extend the Show's event dates and modify its traditional February timing.