The 11th Annual Home and Garden Show returns after a two-year hiatus

The 2022 KHTS Home and Garden Show returned to Santa Clarita this past weekend after a two-year hiatus, bringing out hundreds of local vendors for the community to discover.

On Saturday and Sunday, over 16,000 people traveled to our Santa Clarita Valley to explore the 11th annual KHTS Home and Garden Show, the first-ever event since the initial lockdown over two years ago.

Around 450 suppliers took part in the two-day event. The 2022 KHTS Home and Garden Show sponsors included SCV Water, Providence Holy Cross Health and Services, Southern California Gas Company and Southern California Edison.

“Our 11th annual KHTS Home & Garden Show was a great success with around 16,000 participants over the weekend. Visitors were excited to be outdoors and getting back to normal. We want to thank our exhibitors and our staff for making our mega event such a success,” said KHTS co-owner Carl Goldman.

Special events on Saturday included the Emergency Expo, which showcased police and emergency vehicles, including a display of local firefighters’ “Jaws of Life.”

Dozens of vintage sports cars were on display on Sunday courtesy of the Santa Clarita Corvette Club.

The KHTS Home & Garden Show is produced in partnership with the Santa Clarita Coalition, a nonprofit organization that helps meet needs in our Santa Clarita Valley and beyond.

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