There’s so much more to Glen Innes show this year, according to organisers.
Showgoers are encouraged to pick up a copy of the program and map to make their journey around the grounds easier.
Still one of the most highly regarded agricultural shows on the circuit, the Glen Innes Show is set to be a winner this year, especially if the rain holds off.
With the show being held over three days organisers say this is the best way to locate what’s on, where and when.
Show organisers are excited to offer lots of things for free this year.
Of course there’s still the usual activities and events, but the Show Society also has a long list of special events that will give everyone a chance to enjoy themselves.
Celebrity cook Belinda Jeffery will be cooking up a storm, with visitors being able to taste her incredible results.
Ms Jeffery will be chatting to the public and conducting cooking demonstrations.
The show is filled with horse events, the animal nursery, displays, parades, pavilion exhibitions, information, competitions to watch (and enter), side show alley, show bags and rides.
A smash up derby concludes a day of fun.
The Grand Parade takes place on Saturday, February 18 at 4 pm, and the show culminates with a Campdraft, Pet Show and many other fabulous events on Sunday 19.
In 2017, the Glen Innes Show commences on Friday, February 17 and comes to a close on Sunday, February 19.
There will be a full schedule of events including 39 sections from Livestock to Folk Art and lots in between.
There will be a non-stop ring program over the first two days featuring livestock exhibits and horse events including top-class Showjumping.
Another highlight will be the Hereford feature show.
The highlight of the first day is the official opening ceremony commencing at 6pm, Friday 17.