‘Tiny Home Street of Dreams’ debuts at WestWorld of Scottsdale

Posted 4/25/21

The Maricopa County Home & Garden Show returns to WestWorld of Scottsdale from Friday, April 30 to Sunday, May 2, featuring "Tiny Home Street of Dreams" for the first time in Scottsdale.

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‘Tiny Home Street of Dreams’ debuts at WestWorld of Scottsdale

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The Maricopa County Home & Garden Show returns to WestWorld of Scottsdale from Friday, April 30 to Sunday, May 2, featuring "Tiny Home Street of Dreams" for the first time in Scottsdale.

Attendees can shop endless indoor and outdoor inspiration and the latest trends to spruce up homes for the new season, according to a press release, describing the show with a variety of local small businesses, artisans and assorted home improvement companies throughout the Valley in one location for three days.

“We’re excited to bring the popular Tiny Homes exhibit to Scottsdale for its big debut,” said Katie Jones, show manager, in a prepared statement.

“This spring show will also feature numerous DIY workshops and a variety of free make-and-take crafting classes all while shopping and supporting small local businesses and artisans.”

Although a complimentary disposable mask will be provided upon request, the release said attendees are encouraged to bring their own face coverings, which is required at WestWorld of Scottsdale.

Noted as the largest home show in the southwest, numerous safety measures and guidelines for the safety of guests and exhibitors include:

  • Wider aisles, enabling the practice of safe social distancing
  • Availability of handwashing and sanitizing stations
  • Regular and thorough venue cleaning

Visit MChomeshows.com for more details.

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