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Fall home and leisure show will be a retail extravaganza

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STILL haven't done the house renovations you planned to take on this spring? It's not too late.

The Fall Home and Leisure Show will help you get some home improvement projects under way before the winter sets in.

The retail extravaganza is happening at Kildonan Place shopping centre from Oct. 20 to 25. The show will feature kiosks from at least 18 local businesses.

"The show covers a tonne of things, you name it," says Holly MacLean, marketing co-ordinator for Kildonan Place. "We'll have a kiosk in every corner of the mall."

MacLean says the mall has hosted several home and leisure shows this year, and has decided to hold another one because shoppers love to browse through the displays and check out the latest home renovation trends.

"We're a family mall and the show is a great thing to do with the family," she says.

Exhibitors will include interior decorators and alarm and real estate companies. Also on display will be a three-season sunroom.

PHOTO MIKE DEAL/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition October 8, 2003 $sourceSection$sourcePage

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