The Greater Pocono Home & Outdoor Living Show takes place at Kalahari Resorts & Conventions March 28 & 29. The home show will be one of the first public events to take plane in the newly expanded convention center at Kalahari. Innovative and cutting-edge building and remodeling services and products for spring 2020 will be featured at this year’s show. The show is made possible through the generous support of our sponsors: R F Ohl, Advanced Concrete Manufacturer of Superior Walls, Erbs Landscaping, Liberty Homes Custom Builders.

Get a jump start on your next building project. Home Show vendors can provide expert advice on building a custom home, starting an addition, kitchen or bath remodel or installing a new HVAC system. Talk with finance professionals to assist you in funding your project. See the largest display of landscape exhibits and largest number of builders and remodeler vendors of any home show in NEPA.

The home show features over 150 vendors booths making this the largest show of its kind in NEPA. Consumers will be pleased as the 2020 home show features a number of new vendors and interesting exhibits in the show. Vendors also offer show deals and specials. Make sure you ask vendors for details on their show specials.

Pocono Raceway is this year’s prize sponsor. Consumers visiting the show can complete raffle tickets and be eligible to win 300 Level tickets for Saturday June 27th. Two lucky winners will receive 4 (four) 300 level tickets. The day also includes a NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series race in the morning followed by a NASCAR Cup Series race in the afternoon.

Breast Friends of PA has been designated as the 2020 home show non-profit organization. Breast Friends is dedicated to improving the quality of life for female cancer patients. The organization provides services to women affected by breast cancer or any women’s cancer. The organization hosts a variety of support groups including a breakfast club, lunch bunch and an evening group. Breast Friends also assembles Chemo Kits.

This year visitors coming to the home show are encouraged to bring the following items needed for the Chemo Kits: chap sticks, cross word puzzles and coloring books and crayons, playing cards, reading materials, journals, blankets and any items that can keep women busy during chemotherapy.

The Market Place, an area of the show designated to cash ‘n carry products consists of merchants presenting unique and interesting products. From wood sculpture and jewelry to pottery and linens, the Market Place is a nice break in the show to pick up interesting gift items and merchandise.

The home show committee is proud of its family friendly atmosphere. So, bring the kids. “Bob the Builder” will be available for photos. Bring your cameras and post your pics on Facebook and share in the excitement of the home show. Children accompanied by their parents can participate in the annual Scavenger Hunt, a seek and find type puzzle that spells out a phrase that relates the Pocono Mountains to the Kalahari Desert. There will prizes awarded each day of the home show. Parents can pick up scavenger hunt quest sheet at the registration area at the entrance to the home show.
Visitors to the show will receive a show guide, compliments of Happenings Magazine. The 2020 edition of the Pocono Builders Association’s membership directory and buyers guide will be available. This directory is a must-have compendium of qualified builders, remodelers, tradesmen, artisans and material and building products suppliers. The How to Hire a Reputable Contractor will also be available.

Professional and dedicated staff and volunteers will make your home show experience the best it can be. The Monroe County Chapter of the American Red Cross Volunteers serve as the show’s Welcome Committee.

The Greater Pocono Home & Outdoor Living Show is presented by the Pocono Builders Association. The association was chartered in 1970 and is dedicated to the collective creation of value for its members. The association is the unified voice of the Pocono Mountain’s building industry. The organization promotes economic development while respecting the environment and community.

For more information visit: or call (570) 421-9009.