Broomball tradeshow at St. Mary’s School

While Tory Brown was helping her dad with displaying signs, little Jack Brown was helping his mom by being nice.

The Broomball tradeshow, which was also a fundraiser to help develop this sport in Estevan, brought together numerous vendors.

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Anything from books to Tupperware, from yoga pants to jewelry, from bath and body products to dips and spices, from baby blankets and little bows to signs, wellness products, healthy foods and bags.

Those who made it to St. Mary’s School on Saturday could even purchase tickets for Savour the Southeast and give bubble tea a try.

The Estevan Family Resource Centre was a special guest at the event.

Starting 10 a.m. the tradeshow hall was busy. The rain, which kept pouring since Friday night, helped to bring more customers in and thus spread a word about broomball - a fun winter sport activity for kids and adults.

And if you haven’t made it there yet, you still have some time. The doors will be open until 3 p.m.

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