Home and Garden Farm and Ranch Show

The annual event will be held March 21-23, 2014 at Claremore Expo Center.

By: Christopher Davis | Category: In Our Communities | Issue: March 2014

Ann Baker and Laurel DeLammermore of RCBA.

Ann Baker and Laurel DeLammermore of RCBA.

Claremore is preparing for their biggest annual showcase of all things home and ­garden. The Rogers County Home and Garden Farm and Ranch Show, presented by the Rogers County Builders Association, will take place at the Claremore Expo Center, 400 Veterans Parkway, March 21 through 23.
    Every spring since 1998, the non-profit Rogers County Builders Association partners with businesses to present the weekend-long event that features exhibitors and ­vendors, live demonstrations, seminars, food and more. Attendees spend the weekend enjoying an up-close look at the latest in farm ­equipment, learning new techniques to update homes and landscape, and ­discovering new products and businesses. This year ­promises another successful event, according to ­organizers.
    “We have developed an excellent team – the best team so far – to produce this show,” says Brett Knapp, RCBA president and general manager of the event.
    “We expect to have over 100 exhibitors,” says Laurel DeLammermore, the event’s assistant general manager. Attendees will see booths from a variety of businesses and organizations which ­provide resources, equipment and services related to ­farming, landscaping and home construction. The Master Gardner Association of Rogers County will also conduct a question and answer session. Many exhibitors from across Oklahoma and the Midwest will display their wares, share their knowledge and connect with the public throughout the weekend including ­wineries, storm shelter ­dealers and more.
    There will also be live cooking on stage, including demonstrations by Bill Biard (owner/chef of Hammett House) and Brad Johnson (executive chef for Hal Smith Restaurant Group). Informative seminars will take place during the event. Mack Greever, attorney, will present on real estate law. John Haase (horticulturist educator at OSU Extension Office in Rogers County) will present on several topics throughout the weekend.
    There will plenty to do and see at the event beyond the exhibitors’ booths and demonstrations. Look for a display of antique trailers. A kids’ area will feature ­inflatables, a slide and other activities. Freddy’s Famous Corndogs, Andolini’s Pizzeria and The Bone Pile are a few of the vendors ­selling food at the event this year.
    Spectrum Paint is the Gold Sponsor for the 2014 Rogers County Home and Garden Farm and Ranch Show. Brown Sod Farm, Stillwater Milling Company and Marble Elegance, Inc. are Silver Sponsors for this year.
    The weekend-long event opens Friday at noon. The first evening, booths and activities close at 8 p.m. The event runs Saturday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission for adults is $5; children 12 years old and younger are free.
    Organizers are excited about the growing list of ­vendors, and anticipate their largest event to date. Still, there is always room for more. Businesses or ­organizations interested in exhibiting should contact Ann Baker, director of sales, at (918) 520-9748 or eat0@eau0eav0eaw0. 

For more information, contact

Rogers County Builders Association


(918) 343-1911


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