Many people keep skeletons in their closets to distract intruders from hampers overflowing with unwashed clown costumes. Rearrange your home to unclutter closets with today's Groupon: for $10, you get two admissions to the Greater Kansas City Home Show & Flower, Lawn & Garden Show, presented by the Home Builders Association of Greater Kansas City, held at Bartle Hall (up to a $20 value). The show takes place on Friday, March 23 and Saturday, March 24 from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m., and Sunday, March 25 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Kids under 12 are admitted for free.
For more than 60 years, the Home Builders Association of Greater Kansas City's Home Show has lavished abode owners with a range of home-improvement exhibitions awash in inspiration and opportunity. Clusters of fascinating booths demonstrate their wares throughout the floor as patrons peruse a wealth of new home products, learning to craft one-of-a-kind home décor and begin space-saving storage projects. The exhibition also lends some of its floor space to outdoor solutions and landscaping ideas that include lawn tips, garden setups, and how to build a moat through a home's driveway. Along with the latest designs in home remodeling, patrons can enter into a treasure hunt to win prizes, including an Electrolux appliance package from Ferguson worth $8,000.
The event on Sunday offers two-for-one admission with a $5 donation to a specified charity, which means that Friday and Saturday attendance offers the best value for Groupon customers.
Home Builders Association of Greater Kansas City
For more than six decades, the Home Builders Association of Greater Kansas City has represented enterprises from all across the wide-ranging spectrum of the home-and-garden industry. Starting out with 100 homebuilders in 1937, the association has since ballooned to include some 600 different entities, encompassing fields as diverse as architecture, heating and cooling, financial services, and landscaping. Through a slate of annual events that includes the twice-yearly Parade of Homes and a trio of home-and-garden expos, the coalition helps its member companies market themselves to the general public more effectively than mowing advertisements into clients' lawns.