Excitement builds for this year’s shows

Excitement building for 2018 shows

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Shows are often one of the highlights of a rural communities' social calendar. This year's events are set to be bigger and better than ever.

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Fireworks are always fun.

Fireworks are always fun.

With a host of shows in the coming weeks, excitement is building for what should be some excellent events for the whole family.

The upcoming show season kicks off with the Tenterfield Show, running from February 9, to February 11, featuring popular events including chainsaw racing titles and kid’s whip-cracking competitions.

The 156th Maitland Show, being held on February 16, 17 and 18.

It will include exciting events such as a rodeo. racing goats and many other attractions. 

The 150th Inverell Show is to be held on February 23 and 24, and will feature a rodeo, a stunt motorcycle display and a magician among other events.

Newcastle Regional Show, on March 2, 3, and 4,will be alive with entertainment including a motorbike spectacular on Friday night and a country music concert on the Saturday night.

Blayney will celebrate it’s 140th Show on March 3, with traditional events as well as dog high jump, a friendship farm and U Beaut Utes.

Wallamba will host it’s 106th annual show on March 3, featuring racing pigs, a magic show, and many other attractions.

Barraba Show, to be held on March 2, 3, and 4, will feature a campdraft among it’s many exciting attractions.

Goulburn Show will have something for everyone on March 3 and 4, featuring a number of new special events this year.

Wingham Annual Show is set to be an exciting event on March 9, 10 and 11, will lots to see and do.

Gresford Show on March 9 and 10, is sure to be fun with many attractions for the whole family.

Manilla Show on March 16, 17, and 18, will feature many fun attractions like a jousting display and a wife carrying competition.

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