Entries open for photography, art, handicraft and preserves for 120th Kalamunda Show


People can enter the decorated bike competition.
People can enter the decorated bike competition.

ENTRIES for photography, art, handicraft and preserves are open for the 120th Kalamunda Show.

Other class entries include horticulture, cookery, needlework and a decorated bike competition.

The schedules for competition in the Exhibition Hall are available from City of Kalamunda libraries or at www.kalamundashow.com.au.

Entries close April 4 at 5pm.

Colouring competitions will go to every primary school student in the City of Kalamunda. Prizes include free family entry to the show.

The show will include a variety of entertainment, sideshows, log chops, the Kid and Goatling Show and sheep herding.

Also included will be activities from the past and the present, traditional show competition, food and community stalls.

The fireworks will be on both days at 8.30pm.

The Show runs Friday, April 13, 5pm-10pm and Saturday, April 14, 10am-10pm. For information and ticket prices, visit www.kalamundashow.com.au.

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