A new-look 2014 Deniliquin Show schedule is now available.ZOE MCMAUGH January 17, 2014 4:35am
Deniliquin Newsagency & Bookstore employees Tania Thompson and Wendy Calagaz show off the new-look Deniliquin Show schedules.
The 2014 Deniliquin Show schedule has hit the shelves.
The new-look, A4 schedule features all the competitions held at the show – this year on Friday, February 28 and Saturday, March 1, including the pavilion.
The free 40-page schedule, produced by Deniliquin Newspapers Pty Ltd, is eye catching with a colour cover featuring photos from last year’s event.
Copies were delivered to Deniliquin Newsagency & Bookstore, My Shop and Deniliquin Jewellers on Tuesday afternoon.
Deniliquin Newsagency & Bookstore employee Tania Thompson said the new schedule has been a hit with the community already.
She said the feedback on the modern look, all-in-one schedule has been fantastic.
‘‘It looks so good people think they have to pay for it,’’ she said.
Tickets for the show go on sale from today at My Shop and Deniliquin Jewellers.
Adult tickets are $15 for one day or $20 for two days, children between five and 16 are $2 per day and children under five get in free.
If you cannot attend until after 6pm Saturday, there’s a special fireworks only ticket available for $5.
A family ticket for two adults and two children is $30, or you could take advantage of the $10 off Leap On special on page 10 today.
There’s plenty to see and do at this year’s Deniliquin Show.
As well as the traditional sideshow alley and trade sites, there will be a new shearing event on the Friday night.
The Riverina Pro Quick Shear builds on the popularity of Saturday’s Riverina Shearing Championships and offers $3000 in prizemoney.
Operating both days will be the pavilion and the horse events.
Saturday attractions include the sheep, cattle, dairy and wool judging, the giant pumpkin competition, yard dog trials and the poultry and pigeon pavilion.
There will also be other games and activities organised by the P&A Society.
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