Home & Garden Show in Syracuse, NE

On Friday, May 5 & Saturday, May 6, 2017, the Syracuse Area Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a Home & Garden Show at the Kimmel Ag-Expo Center in Syracuse. Area businesses will showcase products and services, and several vendors will serving food onsite, including delicious smoked meats by Orchard Hill BBQ! Sign-up for your chance to win prizes to be given throughout the day.  The event will be held in conjunction with Kamp Kim, a plant sale that raises funds for cancer in memory of Kim Kirchhoff.

Event Hours:
Friday, May 5th – 1:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Saturday, May 6th – 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM

For more information, contact:
Tiffany Walters, 402-269-2321

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Who can have a booth at the Syracuse Home & Garden Show?
A. Vendors of all natures are welcome as long as they are family friendly! Commercial businesses, homemade crafts, direct sales, fundraising, education, etc. The Home and Garden Show does reserve the right to refuse booth space to any vendor. Complete the booth registration form by April 1, 2017 to reserve your space now!

Q. Is the event facility handicap accessible?
A. Yes, this event will be held in the Kimmel Ag-Expo Center, which is a handicap accessible facility. There will be booths inside the main facility, as well as in the arena area which does have a dirt floor – both areas are handicap accessible. There are some reserved parking areas near the entrance, on the west side of the building for those with handicap parking permits. If you have an electric wheelchair/scooter, you are welcome to use it at this event.

Q. What forms of payment will be accepted at this event?
A. Acceptable forms of payment will vary at each vendor booth. Some vendors may accept credit or debit card payments, while others may only accept cash.

Q. Will there be food available at the event?
A. Absolutely. Several vendors will serving food onsite, including delicious smoked meats by Orchard Hill BBQ!

Q.  Is the Syracuse Home & Garden Show a family-friendly event?
A. Absolutely, people of all ages are welcome! In fact, vendors can only display items considered to be family friendly in nature.