Four Corners Home and Garden Show

  • Event Date
    8 Apr, 2022 - 9 Apr, 2022
  • Event Time
    10:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Category
  • Event Price
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Now in it’s 22nd year, the Four Corners Home & Garden Show began in April 2001 and has been presented by the Four Corners Builders Association and held at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds in Cortez, Colorado since its inception. The show is a venue for businesses to promote their services and products, as well as displaying new developments in home items, interior decorating, gardening, landscaping, building ideas and new home technologies.

As many as 4,000 people attend the show each year, with exhibitors coming from Colorado’s Front Range, Florida, Utah, Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico, Minnesota, Montana, Texas, Illinois and elsewhere, as well as the local communities of Cortez, Dolores, Mancos, Telluride, Grand Junction, and Farmington, New Mexico.

The show also features a Silent Auction that allows show visitors to bid on items that have been donated by each of the show exhibitors as well as local businesses, and each year a raffle is held at the show. Proceeds from both the Silent Auction and Raffle are used to fund college scholarships, donations to local veteran’s organizations, and to help fund community projects with labor and materials provided by the members of the Four Corners Builders Association.

Event Contact
Address: Montezuma County Fairgrounds — Cortez, Colorado
Phone: TBC
building industry
The Four Corners Builders Association is affiliated with the National Association of Home Builders and the Colorado Association of Home Builders. This non-profit association was established on June 24, 1996 and is committed to:Providing continued education and a forum for networking our members.- Being involved in our community and acting as a liaison between our members and the community.- Representing the building industry in local government and influencing the local legislative agenda.- Promoting safe and sound building practices and community planning.- Continue to enhance the public image of the building industry.