The Kindersley Goose Festival returns this weekend, celebrating its 50th year. Part of the festivities is the Show & Shine, which will be held on Main Street following the parade on Saturday. Darrell Fitterer helped spearhead the Show & Shine, and talks about what all is store for the special event.  

“Right after the parade's done, which is usually about 12:00 p.m., Main Street will be blocked off. Then people can just come in and park anywhere and we will give them their number. We will go up and down each side of the street, and give them their number. We'll have vintage snowmobiles there, we'll have one block of them, and the rest will be different vehicles.” 

Fitterer is looking for a good turnout at the Show & Shine, and is keeping his fingers crossed about the weather, and also explained some special hardware that will be handed out as well. 

“I think we're going to get away with it. It's all free, so we'll have trophies for people's choice and participants' choice. It'll be a good turnout; we will be good.” 

The vintage snowmobiles and classic cars will be taking over Main Street, as it will be blocked off from Railway Avenue until 3rd Avenue.  

This event is one of many in Kindersley for the Goose Festival, others staples included are the Heavy Horse Pull, Duck Derby, and Goose Festival Dance being put on by the Kindersley Sr. Klippers from 8:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. at the WCEC.