Kelmscott show still a draw
A HUNDRED and twenty years after its first outing, the Kelmscott Show is going strong.
The Kelmscott Agricultural Society (KAS) is expecting over 15,000 people to flock to Rushton Park on Friday, October 20, and Saturday, October 21.
KAS president Vaughan James said the long-running show drew attendees and exhibitors from far and wide.
“People come from the City of Armadale, but we also have people coming from Rocking- ham and Mandurah.” he said.
“We’ve got exhibitors coming from Wagin and some of our committee live up in Ellenbrook. We expect people from everywhere.”
Friday night promises an entertainment spectacular, with the Make Smoking History Fireworks, BMX stuntbikes, sideshows, log chops and more.
Saturday will see exhibitors show off their cattle, horses, sheep, donkeys and more, with a special section for children and their pets, while the hall will have flower, photography and cooking displays.
Children can play at the free Second Chance Op Shop kids zone, take part in demonstrations by local sporting groups and cheer on locals at Kelmscott Idol.
For more information about the show, visit kelmscottshow.com.au.
KAS president Vaughan James says the Kelmscott Show will have people coming from everywhere in WA.