CHOCOLATE man-cakes, fruits and vegetables, grain and fodder and junior art will fill the Jeparit A and P Society Show’s pavilion on Sunday.
President Yolande Hutson said exhibitions would be a major attraction at the town’s 118th show, which will be at the Jeparit Recreation Reserve in Sands Avenue.
With competition categories such as gardening, cooking, home produce, photography, livestock and craft work, she said there was ample opportunity for people to enter.
“We have a new event this year called the man cake – a cake cooked by a man,” she said.
Mrs Hutson said there were also several beauty competition divisions that would start at 3pm.
“There’s Miss Tiny Tots, for girls aged between two to four years,” she said.
“Then there are the Showgirls, aged between five and eight years, the teens and the Lady of the Day.”
Attractions also include an animal nursery, plaster painting, a blade shearing demonstration and a puppet show.
Mrs Hutson said horse owners would have their pick of more than 170 categories of horse events to enter.
Mrs Hutson said people could enter into as many divisions as they were eligible for.
She said there would be four different rings, catering to all skill levels.
She said it cost $10 a horse and judging started at 11am.
“We are encouraging children to get involved,” she said.
Mrs Huston said a luncheon would be at noon and the day would end with a barbecue at 5pm.
She said it would cost adults $12 to enter the gate, and $2 for children aged between five and 15 years.
Mrs Hutson said each attendee would be eligible to win a $50 Bull and Mouth Hotel voucher.
She encouraged people to call her on 0408 107 851 for further information.