Yard dog challenge. The Kapunda and Light Agricultural Society is excited to celebrate its up-coming 157th annual Kapunda Show on the first weekend of November at the Harness Racing Club venue.
The committee has been working hard throughout the year to put together a program of events for the whole family to enjoy.
The show jumping program runs over three days, beginning Friday, October 31 and finishes on Sunday, November 2. Horses in Action, including hacks, harness, tiny tots and the thoroughbred ‘Off the Track’ series, will run on Saturday, November 1 and Sunday, November 2 and the public is invited to watch the horses. The main show day is Saturday, November 1 and is an affordable, fun day out.
The pavillion will be filled with baking, fruit and vegetables, wool, agricultural produce, photography, art, cut flowers and much more.
Entries for most sections can be lodged until Wednesday, October 29 and the show book can be downloaded from kapundashow.org.au or at shops around Kapunda.
The official opening will be at noon, with patrons Andrew Morphett and Peter Hayward of Anlaby Station, with the presentation of the Rural and Young Rural Ambassadors and performances by local school choirs.
There will be a number of activities for the kids, including, free showbag trail, storytelling sessions, performances by Cool 4 Kids and the Kid’s Corner including mosaics and Playdough and a jumping castle. For adults, the show will have an outdoor bar area overlooking the arena with live music from Mac Hales.
The bucking bull will be running from 10am – 4pm and the arena will feature the yard dog challenge throughout the day.
Registration is open of teams of four (18-years-old and over) for the young farmer challenge, a relay of farm skills and fun activities for the crowd to enjoy and where the winning team will be awarded a prize of $200.
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