37th Home Show comes to Port Angeles this weekend

Featuring more than 150 exhibitor booths, Newsradio KONP’s 37th-annual Clallam County Home and Lifestyle show comes to Port Angeles High School, 304 E. Park Ave., from 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, March 16-17.

It’s the largest exhibition of its kind on the north Olympic Peninsula, organizers say.

Admission is free. There is free parking and a free shuttle bus service provided from the lower parking lots at Port Angeles High School.

The show draws thousands of visitors each year. Attendees will find a variety of displays from purchasing a home, to home improvement to ways to improve one’s daily life.

“Our Clallam County show appears to be gaining a reputation throughout the Northwest — we’re hearing from more and more interested exhibitors from outside of the area,” KONP sales manager Stan Comeau said. “This year, we’ll have nearly 40 exhibits that are brand new to the show — most of them local. Every year the home and lifestyle show is new and fresh full of variety, kind of like spring.”

This year’s show will also feature the “First Federal Community Corner,” and the concessions area at the show includes nine local nonprofit organizations displaying how they are engaged and helping the local community.

The Clallam County Home and Lifestyle Show is presented by Clallam PUD and is also sponsored by Angeles Millworks and Hartnagel Building Supply and Letiz Farm Supply.

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