As the calendar turns to late November in the prairie city of Regina, Saskatchewan, there are really only two probabilities:
1. Old Man Winter has made an early and un-welcome appearance
2. The Saskatchewan Roughriders season is probably over
After taking a few moments to get over those two depressing thoughts, there is one annual November tradition in the Queen City that actually brings a smile to folks from across the prairies.
From livestock sales, to the rodeo and even full-contact jousting, Canadian Western Agribition draws tens of thousands of patrons from all over the world each year. In addition to the traditional fare, Agribition is also one of the largest consumer trade-shows in the province.
This year, Frontier Monuments is pleased to announce that we will have a trade show booth at the show to share a few of the creative memorial design options available for a loved one who lived their life on the land. Here are a few of our favourites:
Whether your loved one grew crops, raised cattle or simply loved life on the prairies, their story can be told creatively in stone.
Our experienced and caring staff will be on hand at Agribition to answer any questions you may have. For more information, please visit us in the International Trade Centre at Evraz Place in Regina from November 19-24, 2018.
For Frontier Monuments, I’m Adam Reeson
Posted by Frontier Monuments in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada on November 15, 2018.