Whether you were looking for a truck, an adult novelty toy or a hotdog roasted on an electrical wire, Grenfell's Trade Fair had it all.
Tracy Throssell of Grenfell was at the Fair offering a glimpse of some of the "romance enhancing items" she has to offer such as adult novelty toys, lotions and lingerie.
She started her business, Passion Parties by Tracy, at the end of March. Since then she's been running it out of her Grenfell home and says business has been booming. When asked about her target demographic, Tracy replied:
"Eighteen to eighty".
Her booth was a magnet for curious passersby at the fair.
"I've had a really good response from people 18 to 80 here as well.
"The wives seem more bashful than the husbands. The husbands are over here more quickly."
Tracy knew she wanted to start the business after hosting a passion party.
"When I hosted my party we had so much fun, I don't think we shut up at all, we just laughed the whole night. So I had lots of fun and the girl that did it had a whole lot of fun too."
Greg Kennedy from Kick-Ass Kustoms was also at the fair displaying some of the intricate work he can do.
Kennedy not only builds motorcycles from scratch, he is able to take pretty much any idea a customer has and bring their creations to life as well. His work has included customized motorcycles, helmets and some more unusual items.
"People want flames on golf carts and riding lawn mowers and things like that," Kennedy said.
His shop also offers repairs.
"We do repairs to any small engine. Four-wheelers, snowmobiles, lawnmowers - any outdoor power equipment."
Kennedy purchased the old pool hall building on Desmond Street and hopes to have it renovated by late summer. The new location will offer him some much-needed extra working room.
"Right now I'm just working out of my garage at home. I have a spray booth in the corner for painting but I'm really limited for space in there."
Kennedy will also have another business in his shop which helped him come up with the name "Kick-Ass Kustoms".
"I'll also have a small karate club in there, so the motorcycles aren't the only things that kick ass."
The karate club is expected to run three nights a week in the same building and is for both kids and adults.
Kennedy's craft isn't just a passing interest, it's something that's been a part of his life for a long time.
"I started out with a Harley Super Glide when I was eighteen years old. I hacked it apart and made it into a chopper and I've always done engine work, and I've been doing that ever since - many years.
"I learned to paint from a really good painter when I was really young, about seventeen years old. I worked in a body shop for a couple of years painting. There was a Harley mechanic next door in a shop and I used to help him out and I started painting Harleys for the guys in a motorcycle club. I eventually had a paint room in the basement of his shop for painting bikes, so I've been painting bikes for a long, long time."
Kennedy is fortunate enough to have a job that isn't just a way to make money.
"I really love doing it. I can go into the shop at nine in the morning and then all of a sudden it's five in the afternoon, so yeah I really love doing it."
Those walking into the Fair towards late afternoon may have thought that they were in for some tasty treats, but that just SaskPower putting on a demonstration of what not to do around electrical wires. They held a hotdog to a live wire to show just how quickly one's flesh can start to sizzle if they dared to touch one. Sure enough, within seconds the hotdogs was sizzling and popping, a graphic reminder of how dangerous electricity can be.
Pampered Chef and Jammeez Pajamas made an appearance, as well as Frontier Peterbilt and J.N.L. Developments.
Boxton Prairie Experience had perhaps the most eye-catching display which showed off a sample of their Inn and natural spa.
Over 30 businesses were in attendance.