Red River Valley Home and Garden show set to return to Fargodome this week

The show will feature a variety of exhibits, workshops and new amenities for 2023. It runs from Friday, Feb. 24 to Sunday, Feb. 26.

The Fargodome. David Samson / The Forum

FARGO — The Home Builders Association of Fargo-Moorhead is scheduled to host the Red River Valley Home and Garden show this coming weekend at the Fargodome.

The show will run from 3 to 9 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 24; 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 25; and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 26. It will be the 61st annual show.

According to a news release from the association, exhibits will include "contractors, flooring, siding, spas, windows, water purification, decks, heating/air conditioning, interior decorating and design, kitchen and bath design, cabinetry, financial lending and more."

Workshops will also take place during the show. Baker Garden and Gift will offer instructions on houseplants, while Accent Contracting will detail home renovation trends and Bell Bank employees will discuss financing.

Additionally, the show is promising new amenities for 2023.


A backyard beer garden will offer a summertime feel for visitors. Meanwhile, the Fargo Park District will bring the fun of Broadway Square indoors with a 3,000-square-foot space for family entertainment. "Lake Home Avenue" will offer a place for visitors to meet with companies specializing in lake houses. Lastly, a spring market will feature local vendors carrying a broad range of items on the north and west concourses.

A full show guide can be found online at or at local Hornbacher's stores.

Tickets for the event are $8 for adults and free for children under 17. Parking at the Fargodome costs $5. Those who attend are asked to enter the venue through the east entrance.

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