Whatcom County Home and Garden Show in Lynden

2022 Home & Garden Show POSTPONED

We are looking forward to 2023!

  • Crafts
  • Home Décor
  • Home Improvement
  • Landscaping
  • Miscellaneous
  • Pest Control

Meet all of the area’s top vendors in one location.
A lot of homeowners tell us about their struggle to complete all of their home improvement projects. Since most people only have the weekend to get work done, we understand it can be difficult to get everything finished. At the Home & Garden Show, all of the area’s top vendors will come to you. You can schedule all the help you need in just one weekend!

See the latest trends.

You can find a lot of great inspiration at a home and garden show. We have several landscaping companies in attendance that can show you some of the latest trends in lawn and lawn care. The show also features several craft vendors that can give you inspiration for the inside of your home!

All of this comes just in time to give your home a money-saving Spring makeover. It will inspire you to dust off the cobwebs and get some projects done around the house or start a completely new one.  Make a List – Take some time before heading to the fairgrounds and jot down projects you’d like to tackle in 2020. Browse the exhibitor listing on Whatcom County Home and Garden Show in Lynden on BIAWC and decide what companies are of interest. Also, see what companies are offering Show Specials.

The BIG SHOW – Come early and plan on spending the whole day; take a break at the Food Court. The show is both indoors and outdoors, so wear appropriate clothing, comfortable shoes, and enjoy the day.

For more details, go online to nwwafair.com or call 360-354-4111.


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