It was supposed to happen last year but didn't because of the pandemic. Now it's back.

It was two years ago I was in Montrose for the Montrose Home & Outdoor Expo and really had a great time. It was such a big event and I had the chance to meet a lot of good folks. Last year, I was scheduled to be there again, but the event was canceled because of the pandemic. The good news is it's happening in 2021.

Spring is Here

What I have found is that people love these events. There is something exciting about taking on spring home improvement and remodeling projects - whether you are fixing up your house or the yard with windows, fencing, lighting, or landscaping. It also might mean furniture, home decor, gardening, health & fitness,  or even electronics. Having all of those experts and much more under one room is incredibly convenient.

What You Need to Know About the Montrose Expo

The Montrose Spring Home & Outdoor Expo is a three-day event, May 7-9, and so there's a good chance you can fit it into your schedule -even if you are making the one-hour+ drive to Montrose.

  • Friday: 12pm-7pm
  • Saturday: 10am-5pm
  • Sunday: 11am-4pm

The expo is held at the Montrose County Event Center, which is a really great venue. You'll find the event center at 1037 N. 7th Street in Montrose.

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How Much Does It Cost?

Oftentimes, events like this charge you to come in and shop. Seriously? That is not the case with the Montrose Spring Home & Outdoor Expo. Admission is free and parking is free as well. I know that sounds too good to be true, but, I assure you those are the facts and nothing but the facts.

Hopefully, you can come out this weekend and check out the expo in Montrose. I will be on location until 11:00 on Saturday, so if you come be sure and stop by the tent and say hello.

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