THERE is something for everyone at this year’s Childers Show.
Organisers have worked hard to enable community members to be involved in some way no matter what their talents or tastes.
This can be well seen in the cookery section that has a wealth of categories including open baking, jams and pickles, primary school students and cake decorating.
But two that really stand out are the Localicious Challenge and My Oven Rules Community Challenge.
In keeping with the local and community feel of the show, the Localicious Challenge must have a homecooked item featuring local produce.
The Oven Rules Community Challenge allows local men to showcase what they’ve got as it is open to male representatives from local clubs, associations and community groups who want to represent their group with a plate of pumpkin scones for the show and win the title of Community Scone Champion.
The cookery section always sees a wealth of delicious delights, so it will be interesting to see what the local gentlemen can add to the mix.
Another visually stunning area of the show is the pottery section and the variety of different categories including Birds of a Feather, Pit Fired Pottery, Coffee Cups, Jugs, novice and special needs will definitely see a range of different designs on show.
The art, photography and scrapbooking sections are also an area not to be missed when touring the show.
Whether involved in art, photography or scrapbooking, this competition is an ideal place to showcase your talent.
The photography section alone has categories for sunrise/sunset, landscape and seascape, portrait, pets/wildlife, flowers, architecture, digitally enhanced photograph, humour and macro opening the competition up to a wide variety of interpretations that will leave visitors breathless.
Competition will also be tough in the Farm and Garden and Plants and Flowers area, another not to be missed.
The ring events are sure to keep visitors happy also with the show favourite woodchop back for another year with competitors from throughout Queensland coming to showcase their strength.
Add to that the horses and prime cattle, which are always very interesting and a great representation of some of the local talent and quality stock.
The Annual Childers Show is always a show not to be missed and in its 99th anniversary year, there is no exception.