Dorothy Dixon tests a mower at the TJ Landscaping booth while Kyle Dixon watches on Friday at the Red Deer Home Show at Westerner Park. (Photo by MURRAY CRAWFORD/Advocate staff)

Red Deer Home Show an early sign of spring in Central Alberta

The 39th annual Red Deer Home Show got underway on Friday at Westerner Park.

The show features more than 280 vendors and an estimated 11,000 visitors walk through the doors every year.

The show runs Friday from 12 to 7:30 p.m., Saturday from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tickets cost $12 at the door or $9 online; $10 for people aged 55 or older and for students. Children aged 12 and younger with an adult are free.

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Maria Montiel and Valena Lengwenus of the Curvy Brush Painting Company chat at their booth at the Red Deer Home Show on Friday at Westerner Park. (Photo by MURRAY CRAWFORD/Advocate staff

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