Residents in Iron County sprung out of cabin fever with their annual Home, Business and Recreation Expo on Saturday at West Iron County High School.
The event has been around for over 20 years.
The show had a variety of booths sparking excitement for spring that included recreation activities and sports supplies.
"I think it's good for the people because they get to see what??s going on," says Iron River resident Hugo Labtala. "Good for the people and the business, too."
Organizers say the event helps connect the community with businesses and gives residents a fun reason to get out of the house.