BOZEMAN, Mont. – The 30th Annual Rocky Mountain Home and Garden Show featured more than 100 booths at the Gallatin County Fairground this weekend.
The expo had booths from home improvement, photos and paintings, hot tubs, and boats. Coordinator of the event Paul Ward said the goal of the event is to get people to start thinking about things they can buy for the spring and summer months.
Ward said for a while, they have had a waitlist for vendors.
“We have a certain amount,” said Ward. “We are limited to a certain amount of vendors we can get into the show. We can only get 100 vendors into the show and we always have a waiting list so it hasn’t changed that much over the years as far as that goes. But I do see a change in the products, with technology and green energy and that sort of thing.”