The Brandon Home Show was held earlier this month and this year’s event was smaller in size but not in importance.

Killarney-Turtle Mountain was one of several booths on display at this year’s home show.

Liana Smith is GM of the Shamrock Centre and spent lots of time promoting what the municipality has to offer. “We deemed it very important to be at this show because of COVID it had been a few years since we actually attended the home show. We felt it was important to get out there again and put Killarney on the map.”

“This year’s show was smaller and took place in basically two rooms. It seemed to be mostly urban people and not a lot form the rural areas.”

Smith was quick to point out they had lots of people passing by their booth to have a look. The Killarney-Turtle Mountain booth was promoting the local businesses, the lake, recreation facilities and the Hunter Bothers Canada Day Concert.

“We expect a busy summer in 2022. Everybody we talked to seemed to be so excited to be back out in public and we had a lot of campers. Judging by the number of people we had at our booth we anticipate seeing a lot of people coming to Killarney this summer” said Liana Smith.