Outdoor Adventure Spring Trade Show 2018

One of the premier events of the year for the Slave Lake & District Chamber of Commerce is the spring trade show. Re-branded this year with an ‘outdoor adventure’ theme, the trade show took place on May 4 and 5 at the Slave Lake Multi Rec Centre. The photos here, plus more, can also been seen online at lakesideleader.com.
Chamber of Commerce president Frankie Giroux says,
“The Outdoor Adventure Trade Show and Sale was a great success. We sold out on booth spaces, and had just over 1,000 people through the door over the course of the two days. There was great feedback from the public on the variety of vendors and services available and we look forward to another successful event next year.”

Ruth Penner of Ruthie Jo’s showing off her display of dolls Saturday afternoon during the trade show.

Ali Mouallem of Scoopsy Daisy’s Ice Cream, and Alimos Pizzaria (and the Chamber of Commerce) dishes up a scoop.

Jenna Koppang holding a puppy from the Wounded Warriors Weekend booth.

The crew from Direct Current Mobile and Electronics: (l. to r.) Troy Smith, Jamie Smith, and Doug Smith.

Members from the Slave Lake FIre Department Kayla Busk, Jim Meldrum, Neal Knoot, Ed Kupsch and Colin Mackie.

Fine art designer Lorraine Boisvert of Lorraine’s Treasure Jewelry, showing off her creations at the spring trade show on May 5.

Rhya Ghostkeeper trying out a dirt bike during the annual trade show.

Kayla Busk plays with Animal Rescue Comittee dog Delilah. Delilah is currently available for adoption.

FireSmart Coordinator Brandy Walters (left), with Bertie Beaver, promoting the FireSmart message.

Jen Knutt owner of Grace + Rhett hand stamped jewlery showing off her booth.

Jill Shepherd and Kirstin Coutts of the Town of Slave Lake.

Bill Klassen and Alanis Marleau of the M.D. of Lesser Slave River.

Jasmine Rebryna with her Silver Icing and Lipsense booth.

Wanda Risbridger an independant consultant for Scentsy her husband Andy Risbridger show off her colourful booth.

Megan McNeil and Mercedes Berger of the Lesser Slave Lake Regional Arts Council.
The two were giving away save-the-date cards for future events and taking names down for one of two draws during the trade show.

Robert Nygaard, Philip Lokken and Merry-Lee Newcombe at the NDP booth on behalf of Lesser Slave Lake MLA Danielle Larivee.

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