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Nacogdoches County Expo Center Nacogdoches

Welcome to the Nacogdoches County Exposition & Civic Center

Mission Statement

The Nacogdoches County Exposition and Civic Center contributes to the quality of life in the County of Nacogdoches and surrounding East Texas area. This is done through a first class five day fair, PRCA Rodeo, year round facilities, and various community and youth oriented programs and events. The Nacogdoches County Exposition and Civic Center is committed to its mission of supporting Youth, Agriculture and the Community.

Vision Statement

Our vision is to maximize revenue and economic impact to the County of Nacogdoches through meetings, conventions, special events, and tourism by successfully marketing the destination and providing quality facilities and first-class service, and by providing professionally managed facilities that are available for cultural, civic, and special events to enrich Nacogdoches.

Nacogdoches County Civic Center

This new facility features two large event rooms – 15, 000 sq. ft. room downstairs, that seats 600-1000 and a 4, 200 sq. ft. room upstairs that seats 200-300 people. Additional small meeting rooms are also available. Some requirements may apply when book the event rooms. The facility is perfect for large tradeshows, concerts, corporate meetings, banquets, school activities, and professional conventions.

The Nacogdoches County Expo Center, located in beautiful East Texas, boasts as being the most versatile multi-purpose facility in the East Texas area. The 78, 000 square foot covered arena is full equipped for rodeos, livestock sales, concerts, circuses, and a vast array of other special events and has a large elevated announcers booth.

The arena is the perfect place to host a large fair or show due to the availability of booth set-ups. There is a full time office and maintenance staff on...

Go to Fall home and garden show

by toot48

I think the Fall home and garden show is next weekend at the Expo center (check online). You can meet and talk with some local landscape designer there. Some will help with the design and even go shopping for plants with you. Maybe take pictures with you of the current garden and ask for suggestions.
I met one gal who gives a free 15 minute consultation and I did get a few ideas from her.
Also go to the library and check out books and magazines to get ideas.

Go to the garden shows

by toot

There is usually one at the Expo Center and another at the Convention Center that should be coming up soon before spring.
The one at the Expo is more 'home' stuff - hot tubs/spas, windows, etc. I find the one a the Convention Center has more 'garden' stuff. Either way they are fun and you can pick up a lot of information. I used a landscape designer I met at a show.

CA Native plant sales and show in April

by pro_nli

Since there have been a few posts asking about CA natives recently, perhaps folks would be interested in these:
April 5, 9:30 am - 2:00 pm
Marin Chapter
Tiburon Audubon Center and Wildlife Sanctuary, 376 Greenwood Beach Road
Further information. (415) 332-4117
April 12-13, 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Napa Chapter
Skyline Wilderness Park, 2201 E. Imola Ave. Napa
Admission to the park will be free for this event only, the Martha Walker Native Habitat Garden will be open for self guided tours and we will have a large selection of natives as well as locally collected wildflowers on display! Please call 707 253-2665 for more information or log onto www

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Stetsons are hat of choice at Pickett Rodeo  — Los Angeles Wave Newspapers
INDUSTRY — Cowboy hats filled the arena at the Industry Hills Expo Center here Saturday for the Bill Pickett Invitational Rodeo. Just about everywhere you turned, a cowboy hat caught your eye, from kids to grandparents, small, tall, wide and long hats.

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