THIS weekend will see the return of the Bream Creek Show after two years in the Covid wilderness.
Attraction’s co-coordinator Brigid Ritchie is keen to see visitors enjoy the horde of events and activities at the 118th show.
“We have so much that people can have a go at; ‘Blunnie’ tossing, egg throwing, rural iron woman, guess the weight of the rooster, tug of war, lolly scramble, pie eating, a photo booth, so please don’t feel you have to come along and watch, you can be part of the action,” Ms Ritchie said.
In the build-up to the show that’s famous for its giant pumpkins, the committee said:
“The Bream Creek Show Society has been working hard to adjust to ever-changing rules and restrictive measures surrounding local events, and to comply with Covid-safe mandates in order to present a wonderful return event with all the joy and colour show patrons have come to love.”
Andrew Bennett, President of the Bream Creek Show committee said: “It’s certainly been a huge challenge for us and the demands are pretty great.”
Gates open at the Bream Creek Showground at 9am on Saturday morning, with events running through the day before wrapping up at 4.30pm.
Tickets are still available at breamcreekshow. com.au/product/ticket.