| posted on October 1, 2020
THE 113th annual Act Belong Commit Kojonup Agricultural Show will be a welcome relief for residents and visitors alike when it kicks off on Saturday, October 17.
This year’s theme is That ‘70s Show after last year’s successful Around the World display.
There is a dress-up competition so dig up your best gear from the ‘70s for a chance to win prizes in mens, ladies and children divisions.
Special guests are everywhere but lead by the impressive Scotch College Pipe Band who in 2015, performed at the Royal Military International Tattoo.
There will be axemen and chainsaw carving including perennial favourite Darryl Radcliffe, along with blacksmith displays and vintage machinery.
Who let the dogs out?
The canines always attract a crowd and this year will be no different with a range of events including dog jumping, sheep counting and the sheep yard dog trials.
The speed shears has increased prize money this year along with stock horse and poultry events.
And the kids are well served with Out of the Box kids activities, a climbing wall, rope courses and laser tags which are available all day for a mere $15 armband.
To finish off this spectacular day, popular band Eclipse will perform followed by fireworks and there will be ample food and refreshments available.
There is a strict Covid-plan to follow state guidelines to keep everyone safe with plenty of room for safe distancing and hand sanitiser.