Central and North Burnett Times - - GAYNDAH SHOW - Shirley Way

GOOD weather, green grass, a new cool shaded area, lots of stalls and smil­ing faces...

“Ev­ery­thing will be great for Gayn­dah’s 100th show,” show so­ci­ety pres­i­dent Cam Polzin said.

Mak­ing a wel­come re­turn this year are the wood­chop­ping and poul­try events, along with firm favourites, the ring events, dog show and dog jump­ing.

Come along and cheer a team in the Young Farmer’s Chal­lenge as they shave bal­loons, throw cit­rus, flip or roll a tyre or com­pete in a wheel­bar­row bar­rel race.

En­tries are wel­come for new com­pe­ti­tions – like the kids’ pet-bird com­pe­ti­tion – and your most loved and worn-out hat or boots can com­pete for a prize in the bug­gered hats and boots com­pe­ti­tion.

“We’ve put in a lit­tle bit ex­tra, some­thing dif­fer­ent this year,” Mr Polzin said.

Gar­den guru TomWy­att will pro­vide gar­den­ing tips and Laugh­ter4U will host Gayn­dah’s first Laugh In.

There’s plenty of fam­ily fun with a cir­cus stunt and fire shows, Wide Bay laser skir­mish and a tie-dy­ing work­shop with Jacq.

For a rous­ing fin­ish, there will be fire­works and The Sunny Cow­girls and Jonny Tay­lor to en­ter­tain the crowd. Come one, come all, come to the show!

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