Time to start channeling your inner DIY’er! The Orlando Home Show is back October 4-6.
Now hosted at a new location in the Orange County Convention Center, this three-day home improvement extravaganza will overflow with fresh inspiration, helpful tips, innovative products and fantastic deals in remodeling, home improvement, design and fall outdoor projects.
“Retro rad” culinary diva Emily Ellyn of Food Network’s Next Food Network Star and Cupcake Wars is the headliner on the Edible Orlando Cooking Stage, where attendees will experience cooking demonstrations with some of the area’s top chefs and culinary pros. Scheduled to demonstrate their signature recipes and dispense advice are Anthony Hull of Crimson Tavern; Chris De Sormoux of Marlow’s Tavern; AJ Haines of Wolfie’s Pizzamia; as well as Edible Orlando Publisher Kendra Lott; Orlando Sentinel Food Editor Heather McPherson; Real Radio 104.1’s Dirty Jim; and KQ103 FM’s Gloria B.
Stop by the Edible Orlando Cooking Stage anytime to pick up a free copy of the Fall Issue and enter to win prizes from Winter Park Florist and Florida Dairy Farmers and Central Florida Preventive Medicine.
The Orlando Home Show will also host its first-ever food truck rally on Sunday only from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Eight of Central Florida’s favorite mobile food purveyors, including Curbside Chef, The Pastrami Project, Saigon Sizzle and Wako Taco, will be serving up delicious fare for purchase at the Westwood Lobby Entrance of the Convention Center.
Guests can also get valuable answers to important questions about remodeling, home improvement, design and fall outdoor project from hundreds of experts around the show floor and on the main stage throughout the weekend. Visit www.OrlandoHomeShow.com for a complete listing of stage presentations and times.
Show hours are Friday and Saturday, 10am – 9pm, and Sunday, 10am – 6pm. Tickets are available at the door, and are $10 for adults 13+, $5 for seniors (60+, at the box office only), $5 for children ages 6-12, and free for children ages 5 and under. Advance tickets can be purchased online for $3 off full-price admission. Parking is available in the West Concourse and is $9 per car, per day.