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I am planning to be there - with lots of corns, hondurans and a few other assorted kings and milks.
There are typically a lot of animals on display and a real focus toward public education and experience. Lots of animals out for people to have contact with. The big draw is Neil and Michele's Burmese python because of her size. Bob Acorn, from the Nature Nut TV show often does guest spots for the kids.
Over the past couple shows there have been more vendors - lots of geckos of various kinds, many colubrids, lots of boas and a few amphibians, turtles and inverts. Not a large venue, but if the weather is good, there is usually a good crowd,