Welcome to the Home, Garden & Lifestyle Show!

April 25 & 26


Spring Home, Garden & Lifestyle Show

Saturday 10-5, Sunday 10-4

Free Admission, Parking: $5

Nevada County Fairgrounds, Grass Valley, CA

Welcome to the Show!

The Union's annual Spring Home, Garden & Lifestyle Show is Nevada County's LARGEST and ONLY Home Expo, featuring more than 200 vendors with thousands of ideas for your home & garden. This destination event for all of Nevada County residents, will be held on April 25 & 26 at the beautiful Nevada County Fairgrounds in Grass Valley. This event is a one stop shopping experience for home products and services and those serious about building, remodeling, and landscaping.

Drawing more than 6,000 attendees on an annual basis, this show features all your home improvement needs at discounted show rates, plus entertainment for the whole family. FREE ADMISSION, wonderful local food & beverage choices, and prizes are just a few of the things that have made The Union's Home, Garden & Lifestyle Show a great destination for the whole family.


Attend the Show

Vendor List and Booth Assignments

Nothing beats a spring day at the Nevada County Fairgrounds. Learn how to do things with our demo series of classes. See the latest in energy saving enhancements for your home. Talk to local contractors, landscapers, plumbers, architects, and home improvement professionals of all kinds! The show has fun things for kids, and plenty of good food and drinks at the food court!


Paint-A-Flower Pot

Banner Mountain Artisans
Art Show & Sale

Bonsai Tree Exhibit Nevada County Bonsai Club

Antique and Classic

Boat Display

Special Guest:

Frank Fontana of HGTV’s “Design on a Dime” and “Takeover My Makeover”, and author of “Frank Fontana’s Dirty Little Secrets of Design” will be at the show Sunday, with demos, meet and greet, and book signings.

“I bring my kids out to The Union’s Home & Garden Show every year. From bounce houses to great food - there are so many activities! Last year we actually had a nest and baby birds in one of the Hill’s Flat birdhouses my daughter made. We also have quite a collection of painted flower pots from the many years we’ve attended this great show!”

– Sharla Cartzdafner