The weather may be gloomy outside, but a taste of spring and warmer weather await those attending this year's Home and Garden Show.

The 21st Annual offering, organized by members of the Grove Area Chamber of Commerce, has a mix of new and seasoned vendors alike, all designed to "pique people's interest" according to Donnie Crain, president of the chamber.

Crain said he hopes people will come out to the show to get "new ideas and opportunities for some great home and garden projects."

The show is set to take place from 3 to 7 p.m., Friday, Feb. 8, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 9 and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 10, at the civic center located at 1702 South Main, Grove.

Admission is $3 per person per day or $5 for a weekend pass. Children 16 and under are free, when accompanied by an adult.

This year, chamber officials will offer hourly presentations by participating vendors.

Crain said vendors will have a chance to tell participants about their businesses and what they offer to improve their lives, homes and gardens.

Other new items include hourly door prizes.

"We have some great prizes that have been donated - to include a grill, large screen tv, and many other great things," Crain said. "Best yet there is no cost to enter; tickets are free with the cost of admission."

Crain said people must be present to win and a schedule of the door prize giveaways will be posted inside the show.

Also new this year, the Longhorn Saloon food truck serving food and inside the show Ott's Concessions will sell root beer and pork rinds.

"[This] is a quality show with a great variety of products and services represented," Crain said. "[It's an] opportunity to visit with knowledgeable, experienced professionals to answer your questions and help make your home and garden dreams come true."

Crain as in past years, the center court displays will showcase outdoor living and gardening areas.

"Even if people have attended previous Home and Garden Shows, with the number of new vendors plus new offerings from show favorites, this year's show will be a whole new experience and inspiration for those with ideas for projects at their home - inside and out," Crain said. "The most valuable benefit of going to the show is seeing and meeting our approximately 80 vendors, experts in their field.

"Experienced, knowledgeable folks who look forward to the interaction with the crowd and sharing with them those things that they offer to help folks live what we all like to refer to as 'The Grand Life.'"

For more information, persons interested may call 918-786-9079.

2019 Vendors

This year's vendors, as of press time, for the Home and Garden Show include:

A Grand Landscape

Advantagse Exterior Works

AEP Public Service Company of Oklahoma

Agape H2O

Airco

Arvest Bank

Autumn Exteriors

B&B Heat & Air, Inc.

Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Anderson

Bolt Fiber Optic Services

Champion Window

Community Builders

Compassionate Care Solutions

Coppermill Interiors

Crye-Leike Realtors

Damsel In Defense

Distinctive Home Products

Double Down Asphalt- Late sent to Pam separate

Eubanks Outdoor Power

Five Star Ranch & Home

Four Seasons Sunrooms

Goat Mowing By Hale Farms

Grand Country Pest Control

Grand Excavating & Septic Systems

Grand Lake O' the Cherokees Quilt Guild

Grove Citizens Academy Alumni Association

Grove Muncipal Services

Har-Ber Village

Hollytree Landscaping

Home Improvements LLC

Impervicote

JK Services

JW.Org

Keller Wiliams Realty

Kitchen Craft

KND Services

Kubota Center Grove

Lendonwood Gardens

Midwest Exterior Products

Monkey Island Winery

Moonlit Gallery - Late sent to Pam Separate

Northeast Oklahoma Electric Cooperative

Norwex

Note-Able Homestead Workshop

OKFosters

Ott's Concessions

OU College of Pharmacy - Late sent to Pam separate

P&K Equipment

Pampered Chef

Patricia Island Country Club

Praise First

Quality Fireplace & Stoves

R & D Lawncare and Landscape

Ray Roberts Construction

Re/Max Grand Lake

Re-Bath of Tulsa - Late sent to Pam separate

Renewal By Anderson

Reserve National

Ronco Construction - Late sent to Pam separate

Sams Club

Scentsy

Seal Smart

Sears Home Improvement Products, Inc.

Second Chance Pet Rescue

Signs By Sikorski

Smart Coffee

Tastefully Simple

The American

The Cole Organization

The Fireplace & More Store

Triad Eye Institute

Trinity Stone Works

Vancil Ventures

Vesta Foundation Solutions

Webb Insurance Agency

Welch State Bank

Williams Homes

Woodbridge Home Exteriors