2018 Date To Be Announced
by Lorne Stelmach Morden Voice 2017
The Lego display was among the feature attractions at the Morden Lions’ annual toy show at the Access Event Centre., which is now in its 17th year including seven as a project of the local service organization.
There were about two dozen vendors with about 80 tables of items on display and for sale that varied from die-cast farm toys and cars to sports collectible cards and more.
The idea of toys and collectibles transcending all ages is a big part of the appeal of the annual show overall, said organizer Donald Holenski.
“And they know that we’ve got a mix of everything … We’ve got the Lego, we’ve got flea market items, we’ve got some trains,” said Holenski.
“They love our venue … like being in the whole atmosphere,” he added in saying what draws participants as well as the customers.
“We have one guy here … I’ve seen him carrying out tractors … I don’t know why, but he came from Regina. He’s buying from our show.”
The show also serves as a fundraising project, and Holenski noted proceeds will be divided up with $1,000 each going to the Tabor Home landscaping project and the Lions Club centennial park project.
Tables are $20.00 1st selling $15 for selling tables and $10.00 for showing.
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