STAWELL - Tomorrow's Stawell Show promises heaps of fun for everyone.
Children will love the games and antics of this year's entertainers Toot the Clown and Chris the Cowboy.
The Horse Show once again has a big program scheduled and events commence in the main arena tomorrow at 9am.
In the Animal Nursery there will be a range of different birds and animals to see, as well as Jamiesons Run Animal Farm where children can pat the friendly animals. Entry into the Jamiesons Run enclosure is free.
Halls Gap Zoo will exhibit some of their exotic animals and reptiles, and Jo's Critter Quiz is tremendous fun and offers lots of free giveaways. In the bay next to the Animal Nursery is the Miniature Goat competition.
A record number of entries are expected to turn out for the Beaut Ute, Car and Motorbike Competition so there will be plenty of fabulous vehicles to check out.
The Stawell Show Pie Eating competition is being held for the first time this year and heats will take place at approximately 11am and 2.45pm. This is sure to provide a good laugh for both the competitors and the spectators.
Another good spectacle is the Sheaf Tossing competition, which is scheduled to commence at 12.30pm.
There is always a great display of art, craft and photography to look at, as well as the fleeces and sheep competition, and the numerous indoor and outdoor trade stands.
The Harry Ferguson Tractor Club will have a display, as will the Grampian Model Railroaders, and Tania Walter from Burrum Biodynamics will demonstrate how to cook lentil dhal.
The Tiny Tot and Showgirl competition feature on the main stage, and there will be live music throughout the day provided by Big Bad John and the Stawell Municipal Brass Band.