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Jackson Hadrava, 3, and his sister Payton, 1, take a spin on John Deere tractors at the 36th annual Bemidji Jaycees’ Home, Sport and Travel Show at the Sanford Center. — Monte Draper | Bemidji Pioneer

Fun at the Home, Sport and Travel Show

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Fun at the Home, Sport and Travel Show
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It’s too early for blooming spring flowers.

The ice remains a heavy blanket on area lakes. Summer vacation plans have yet to take shape. But one of the Northland’s spring milestones continues today at the Bemidji Jaycees’ Home, Sport and Travel Show, which winds down a three-day run. The 36th annual show, with more than 100 vendors, offers the latest gadgets, gear, equipment, services and ideas to enjoy life, both indoors and out. Doors will be open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Sanford Center. Admission is $5 for adults, $3 for kids aged 6-15, and free for those under 5.

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John Winter, left, of Northwoods Landscaping & Recreation uses an iPad to show his offerings . —Monte Draper|Bemidji PioneerBeltrami County Sheriff’s Deputy Dan Rockensock and his canine partner, Kayos, visit with children. —Monte Draper|Bemidji PioneeMikenzie Roberts, left, and her sister, Ashlee, pick out their “contestants” for this summer’s First City Duck Race.Makenna Brown, 7, of Bemidji tries to win a beverage on the putting green at the First Realty booth.

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