Entries have been flowing in all categories for the 2013 Heathcote Show on Tuesday.By Barbara Sungaila
Entries are pouring in for the 2013 Heathcote Show.
Arts and crafts chief steward Marj Harris said people were waiting on the doorstep when the office opened for registrations last week.
Show secretary Garry Nettle said preparations for the show, to be held on Tuesday at the Heathcote showgrounds, were going well.
‘‘Everything seems to be falling into place,’’ he said.
‘‘We’ve got puppeteer Professor Wallace coming back. He’s very popular with the kids.
‘‘Farmer Daryl and his animals will also be back.’’
Mr Nettle said Farmer Daryl was bringing an impressive range of animals.
‘‘It should be bigger and better than last year,’’ he said.
Mrs Harris said entrants needed to register for most categories at the show office in the Guide hall, High St, by Friday.
Arts and crafts entries need to be brought to the arts and crafts pavilion before 9am on show day.
The show office is open from 9.30am to 4.30pm today, tomorrow and Friday and from 9.30am to noon Monday.
Show programs are available from the Heathcote visitor information centre, Court House Crafts, Heathcote Rural Merchandise, post office and newsagency.
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