The Spring Trade Show crammed crowds and 185 vendors into the Multiplex this Saturday.
While the fair offered up free bouquets for Mother’s Day, businesses, non-profits and governmental organizations shared their services with visitors perusing the exhibitions. The event featured a range of family-friendly entertainment, complete with a boat show and volunteers dressed as Disney characters walking the Multiplex.
Attendees could also enter a number of giveaways, including a passport program that required visiting 15 booths for a chance to win a round-trip flight to Edmonton. Meanwhile, locals had the opportunity to learn about the services and organizations in their community.
Carter Kusteel sells lemonade to Corey Drybones, left, Colleen and Claire Tingley at the Multiplex on Sunday. The proceeds go to supporting his sister's dance trip.
Nick Pearce/NNSL PhotoRobert Anderson, left, teaches William and Wyatt Hauber the basics of captaining their ship at the Coast Guard booth on Sunday.
Nick Pearce/NNSL PhotoStella Smyslo, left, Joshua Chuam, and Carolynn Ugyuk walk the trade show as Disney characters, posing for pictures with children.
Nick Pearce/NNSL Photo Nisarg Gajjar, left, and Mohammed Yousef, centre, hands Natalie Power, right, a small bouquet of flowers.
Nick Pearce/NNSL PhotoBeth Levi styles Connie Taylor's hair on Sunday's Trade Show.
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Nick Pearce is a writer and reporter in Yellowknife, looking for unique stories on the environment and people that make up the North. He's a graduate of Queen's University, where he studied Global Development...
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