KONP Home Show returns this weekend

Hundreds in prizes to be given away

PORT ANGELES — KONP Radio’s annual Home Show returns this weekend after a three-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The 38th run of the show will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday at Port Angeles High School’s gym, 304 E. Park Ave.

Admission and parking are free, with shuttle bus service from the lower parking lots at Port Angeles High School courtesy of 7 Cedars Casino, according to a press release.

Featuring more than 120 exhibitor booths, the show is the largest exhibition of its kind on the North Olympic Peninsula. In years past, it has drawn between 10,000 and 15,000 people.

Attendees will find a variety of displays dealing with everything from purchasing a home to home improvement, as well as ways to make their lives a little better.

This year’s show also will feature the “First Federal Community Corner.” The concessions area at the show will include nine local nonprofit organizations, displaying how they are engaged and helping the local community.

Attendees also will have a chance to win two “Pot of Gold” prize packages, each valued at more than $900, that include cash cards, gift certificates and other items from local businesses.

All those entries also will be eligible for a grand prize drawing for a “Stay and Play” package from 7 Cedars Resort plus Visa Gift Cards.

Entries will be available only at the show.

The Clallam County Home and Lifestyle Show is presented by Clallam Public Utility District and is also sponsored by Angeles Millwork and Lumber Company, Hartnagel Building Supply and Leitz Farm Supply.

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