The new Kenosha Spring Home Expo is happening for free this weekend | local news

It’s time to think about those home renovation projects and we have the answer.

Whether you’re looking for a first home or a long-term home that needs a little love, local homeowners and potential homebuyers can enjoy one-stop shopping at a new local fair.

The Kenosha Spring Home Expo will be held Saturday and Sunday at St. Joseph’s Catholic Academy Gymnasium, 2401 69th St.

The event is free and the public is welcome and encouraged to attend.

Vendors will be on hand to advise, bid and in some cases provide samples of their wares in areas ranging from finance and real estate to decoration and landscaping.

Vendor categories for the upcoming Kenosha Expo include waterproofing, windows, kitchen remodeling and flooring. There is room for more than 50 providers.

“The show is an opportunity to meet household professionals face-to-face rather than online,” said Kelly Wells, marketing coordinator for the Wisconn Valley Media Group. “It’s a great opportunity for those looking for everything from full remodeling projects to fundamental updates to connect with companies from across Southeast Wisconsin to find the perfect fit for the job.”

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A first for Kenosha, the expo follows 38 successful years for the annual Racine Home Expo, Wells said.

“We had about 1,200 visitors at the Racine Expo in February,” Wells said. “People left with new ideas and great contacts for current and upcoming projects.”

Vendors wishing to register to attend the event are encouraged to contact Wells regarding Home Expo by emailing KWells@kenoshanews.com or calling 262-656-6209.

You can also visit go.kenoshanews.com/2022homeexpo to register as a vendor as well.

For more information, contact Wells at 262-656-6209 or visit go.kenoshanews.com/2022homeexpo.


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