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Weekend of March 26th-28th, 2021
Kathy Home and Garden Show
@Merrell Center - Katy
March 27 & 28, 2021
Celebrating 15 years—Two great community events in one.
Katy Home & Garden Show and Spring Gift Market
After staring at the same walls for nearly a year, it’s time to give the house a fresh coat of paint; renovate the bath or finally build that long-awaited outdoor living area or new kitchen. It, unfortunately, may also be time to recover from the winter storm both inside and out. Fresh ideas and a beloved community gift market mark the 15th Annual Spring Katy Home & Garden Show to be held March 27-28, 2021 at the Merrell Center in Katy. Find ways to update or repair and create a new level of comfort at home with inspiration from home design, renovation, and trend-setting experts. Learn something new with the ASK THE EXPERTS feature and comparison shop on everything for your home from windows to doors, floors, outdoor living areas, landscape, pools, kitchens, baths, and more. And shop ’til you drop for gifts & home décor galore. For guest safety, the show will follow all necessary COVID protocols.
The The ASK THE EXPERTS lobby showcase will feature a range of How-to topics geared to shake off the COVID doldrums like Home Office Like A Pro—ways to maximize multi -functional spaces; How to Zen—learn how to bring calm into the home; How to Take Stock—tips for organizing closets and How-to Be Wall Wise—learn ways to use art on your walls with advice from the artists at Archway Gallery. Be sure to check the website for a final ASK THE EXPERTS topics.
Connect to springIf ever there was a time to cultivate green, it is 2021. Nature abounds this year. Plants brighten a mood. Plan to see ideas on expanding both indoor and outdoor green spaces plus shop for spring plants at the gift and garden market.
Reconnect with neighbors at the show and shop at a community fan favorite the incredible Spring Gift Market chock-full of great gifts & decor for the home, family, and friends, which is a main feature of the show.
Helping recover, replace, repair, and renew after Winter Storm Uri the Spring Katy Home & Garden Show is offering FREE admission for everyone. Hours are Saturday, March 27 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday, March 28 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. To register for a $250 shopping spree or for additional information, directions to the Merrell Center, seminar times and hours visit katyhomeandgardenshow.com or call 832-392-0165. Parking is FREE.
Heart To Market
Friday, March 26 - thru Sunday, March 28, 2021
Mark your calendars for the return of Heart to Market! This kid friendly pop-up features a curated mix of local makers, small shops, and specialty brands dedicated to mamas and their littles. Featuring everything from apparel & accessories for mom/baby/child to home décor, paper goods, sweets & treats, and more, it is your one-stop-shop for everyone on your Easter shopping list
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March Madness continues
on CBS and AT&T's cable outlets
The statistics back it up, as the first weekend of the 2021 tournament has already experienced the most upsets prior to the round of 16 in tournament history.
Tournament media director David Worlock said on Sunday night that the 2021 NCAA tournament’s 11 upsets has already broken the record for most upsets prior to the round of 16. And that’s still with eight more games to be played tomorrow.
The NCAA defines upsets as games won by teams seeded five spots or more lower than the favorite. (For example No. 10 Rutgers beating No. 7 Clemson isn’t an upset, while No. 11 Syracuse beating No. 6 San Diego State is.)
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