Excitement builds for Angaston Show

The Angaston Show is back for its 122nd year and is shaping up to be the biggest and best one yet. 

The two day show, on February 23–24, will pack the Angaston Showgrounds full of fun activities, stalls, competitions and rides.

“2018 was a great Show and we are looking forward to the return of the two-day Show in 2019,” Angaston Show president Darren Linke said.

“We are so excited to announce the return of the Shearing Competition.”

The ‘Gentle giant’ Clydesdales and Belgium Draft horses will be an unmissable attraction on the green by the tennis courts.

“There will also be afternoon/evening entertainment on Saturday,” Mr Linke said.

Throughout the weekend there will be plenty on offer for kids to enjoy. 

Schilling's Farm Barn petting zoo, free face painting, and free balloon twisting by Christine Starkey are just a few of the activities that will keep the youngsters busy. 

Popular attraction at the Angaston Town Night, Dig-a-Dino, will be making its return.  

Additionally, on Sunday only, there will be a jumping castle, over size yard games, 9 hole mini golf and delicious fresh fairy floss.

The Horses-in-Action program will overlap on three days - Friday, Saturday and Sunday - so there will always be something to see on the oval.

The Young Farmers Challenge on Saturday will pit teams of four against each other in 10 exciting ‘rural based’ challenges.

“The Pet Section, along with things to see and do, including activities in the Show Hall, will be on Sunday, so why not pre-purchase a two-day ticket for the family from the Show Office prior to Show weekend, and come on both days,” Mr Linke said. 

The Show Office is open from February 11 to 15 - 10.00am to 3.00pm and from February 18 to 22 - 9.30am to 5.00pm.

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