Outdoors people can use the show to plan their perfect adventure to Canada. Norm McCreight, a Canadian guide, visited the ABC7 studio to perform a moose call and to cook wild game, moose/ bear steaks and curry potatoes.
When: Through Sunday, Jan. 16, 2011
Where: Pheasant Run Resort Expo Center, Hwy. 64, St. Charles
Saturday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sunday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Seniors and children (13-16): $8
Children 12 and Younger: Free
"The Hanson Buck" presented by Cabela's-The World Record Whitetail visits the All-Canada Show. This life-size exhibit brings you face-to-face with the magnificent buck shot by Milo Hanson of Biggar, Saskatchewan in 1993.
Passports - The All-Canada Show, in conjunction with the United States Postal Service, will be accepting passport applications at the show. Just bring a certified birth certificate. The cost is $97. Go to www.AllCanada.com for more details.
FREE Seminars by Norm McCreight - This Canadian guide is back for his 26th straight year as host of the main stage. In addition he will give two seminars.
Travel Centre-- show guests will receive free maps and travel information from across Canada.
FREE Hunting simulator-Attendees test their hunting skills on a computer generated video simulator. Hunt for bear, whitetail or Elk using our FREE Cabela's hunting simulator.