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He has toured North America and around the world for around 40 years, and organizers of the Kin Club of Dauphin Business Expo are hoping to make him an annual guest of the event. 

Doodles the Clown, who is best known for his work on the Adam Sandler movie "Billy Madison" is among the entertainment lined up for this weekend's expo at the Parkland Recreation Complex. 

"We will keep the kids busy by doing some shows.  I have brought along a friend of mine who is a professional balloon artist, so we will be giving out free balloons to the kids - hats, swords, balloon dogs - you name it.  She can make anything in the world, and if she does not she says she can and she will try."

Doodles will have performances on both Saturday and Sunday at nnon, 2 and 4 pm on the stage in the curling rink, and will also be walking around throughout the weekend.

He is part of a strong lineup of performers, as organizer Candice Taylor explains.

"We have the Megan Bramley Memorial Steppers performing, as well as the MMF Indigenous Drumming Group.  There will be some Ukrainian Dancers hitting the stage on Sunday,  And we have a group coming in that has purchased a booth that will also be doing some CPR demonstrations." 

The Business Expo goes Saturday from 10-7 and noon to 5 on Sunday, with no admission cost to attend. 

CKDM's Alec Woolston and Justin Allin will be live on location at the Expo on Saturday.