The 40th Annual Home Show at the Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg

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The 40th Annual Pennsylvania Home Show wrapped up today in Harrisburg. The four-day show kicked off Thursday at the Farm Show Complex

Homeowners from across the state visited with nearly 300 vendors and exhibitors. The Home Show, presented by the Home Builders Association of Harrisburg, gave people a one stop shop for everything to beautify, update, and maintain their homes.

“About coming to the show, it’s all under one roof, so if you go somewhere and he bought a house at one booth, you can walk around the corner and find the carpet store, kitchen appliances, you can even find the swing-set for the kids and the lawnmower to cut the yard.”

Unique to this years event was a tree house built by students from Cumberland Perry Area Vocational Technical School.

The two-story house includes a wrap around porch, full indoor amenities, and a sandbox.

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