Updated 02/10/2013 11:30 AM
Great Northeast Home Show
Sunday is the final day of the Great Northeast Home Show. Until 5 p.m., people can check out everything from home improvement ideas to cooking tips. Our Innae Park has more on the Capital Region’s largest and longest-running home show.
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ALBANY, N.Y. -- "There’s lots of new products and exciting things to see, many people here, so come on down to the Great Northeast Home Show. It's nice and warm inside," said exhibitor Brian Snyder.
It's a way to work on your home without being in it: The annual Great Northeast Home Show.
In its 33rd year, the show has grown to offer a little bit of everything: Culinary demonstrations, free one on one interior design consultations. New to the show this year is the ability to showcase local art in your home.
Shannon Seebode said, "We also have Project Art, it's a partnership with Albany Center Gallery. They've brought in a stunning installation of local artist work that is for sale exclusively here at the home show.”
And with the usual exhibitors on hand, you'll learn more about appliances, fencing and the many ways to cook on your stove top.
Snyder said, "Electric cook tops, induction cook tops, gas cook tops, professional ranges that have nine ways of cooking. A large variety of appliances so people can see what's new for their home."
To experience it all, head to the Times Union Center and the Empire State Plaza Convention Center from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.