If you've driven past the new Habitat for Humanity build site and wondered what it looks like inside, you will have a chance to see on Sunday.
"We'd like to give the public the opportunity to see the inside of the home," explained Habitat for Humanity's Doug Barnstable. "It's not completed by any means but it gives people a general idea of the space that's available and an idea of what the layout is for the home. And we thought it would be a good time to do that and see if it might answer a few questions the people might have out there about what we are building and what it has in it."
"We won't have the cupboards in and we won't have the final parts in like flooring but it will at least give a general concept of what the building is laid out like and what kind of space is available."
The house is at 410 Sillers Street.
"We'll have some signage on the street directing them. If they come down Petterson, and turn on to Oak or Trout, they'll be able to get into the subdivision and see where we're at."
He adds that they are looking to be completed by the end of November but it may be earlier.