Community members and organisers are counting down the sleeps until the sights and sounds of the Traralgon Show take hold this weekend.
Opening on Friday morning, the show welcomes back horse events which were cancelled last year due to football ground resurfacing at the precinct.
“They’re really good to watch. A lot of people sit in the grand stand and watch them; they’re really great to have back,” Traralgon District Agricultural Society secretary Lorraine Anderson said.
Ms Anderson hoped sunshine would draw the crowds with weather in the high 20s expected.
“It’s a great, alcohol free, family-friendly weekend,” she said.
“It’s looking really good, the school art is looking really beautiful, the pavilion isn’t quite ready, but we’re getting there.”
With more space available for traders this year, Ms Anderson said some stalls and attractions would make their debut.
“Come and have a good weekend and enjoy our local show,” she said.
“Thank you to the committee and helpers because I couldn’t do it on my own.”
Traralgon and District Agricultural Show
9am: Gates will open. Agricultural events, rides and stalls will run all day
6pm: Morwell Dog Obedience Club will put on a display
8pm: Santa will arrive
9.30pm: Fireworks will be lit
11.30pm: Gates will close for the day
9am: Gates will open. Agricultural events, rides and stalls will run
4pm: The show will conclude
$10 for adults, $7 for students, concession card holders and children under 17. Free entry for children four years and under