2021 Ticket Purchase Locations

Retail Locations

Member Organizations

Purchasing your tickets through these organizations also helps to support and sponsor their activities!

2022 Events & Activities

This year, you can expect to see the traditional vendors showcasing their latest products and services that are available for your home, garden spaces, and lifestyle. You’ll also want to stop by the many new and exciting additions to the event, featuring fun opportunities the whole family will enjoy!

4-H Live Animals

See live rabbits, pigs, goats, calves, baby chicks and more..

“Doorways to Agriculture”

Check out this interactive exhibit to see how most items you use every day begin on a farm...discover all the ways Texas farmers and ranchers impact your life!

Farmer’s Market Room

40+ vendors with their fresh produce, baked goods, organic meats, canned items, and so much more.


A $1,000 GRAND PRIZE drawing will be held for ticket purchasers who enter! Enter to win $1,000 to your choice (1 or 2) of the below listed vendors who have been with the Home & Garden Festival for 25 years! Drawing to be held at 4:00pm on Sunday, Feb. 27th.
  • A&E Blind
  • Awning & Glass
  • Berend Bros.
  • Berend Turf & Tractor
  • Breegle
  • Quality Implement
  • Smith’s Gardentown
  • State Farm
  • Sutherland’s

Hike with the Texas Master Naturalists

Get outside and learn about local flora and fauna on a short, guided hike with the Texas Master Naturalists! This wheelchair accessible, family friendly walk on the Circle Trail will reveal the nature all around us. It should last about 20 minutes (~0.5 mile). Meet at the wooden pavilion beside the Angel of Hope statue immediately behind Kay Yeager Coliseum off of Lamar Street.
Saturday at 11am and
3pm Sunday at 1pm

Local Artists

See what our local artists have been creating and they showcase their work in painting, sculpture, pottery, glass, photography, and mixed media. Our featured artist, Paula Savage, will have her own booth, along with the featured youth artist, Claire Howard! Other booths include artists from the Wichita Falls Artist Association and The Artistry.

Non-Profit Member Organizations

Meet other local non-profit organizations who serve our community in a variety of ways!

Nspire Presentations in the Seminar Room

Have you ever thought about writing a book? Yet, you aren’t sure how? This is not just for business professionals. This is for anyone wanting to Own Their Own Story and Share IT! It’s time to learn a new skill!
Saturday from 10am-3pm

Southwest Dairy Farmers Mobile Dairy Classroom

Live cow milking demonstrations throughout the weekend!

Trolley Rides

ake a ride on the City of WF Trolley when you park by the JS Bridwell Ag Barn! They will deliver you to the main entrance of the Ray Clymer Exhibit Hall and return you to the parking area. Trolley will run during the event times on Saturday and Sunday.

Wichita Falls Poetry Society Readings

A book of poetry highlighting the varied talent of fifteen-member poets has been released to celebrate the Wichita Falls Poetry Society’s 90th anniversary. They will be having poetry readings in the Seminar Room throughout the weekend.