Eugowra Showground a hive of activity, planning to begin for 2021 event

Rachelle Hornery and daughter Maddison followed by Sam Hornery with daughter Danielle enjoyed the dodgem cars at the 2019 Eugowra Show. Organisers hope the event can return this year.
Rachelle Hornery and daughter Maddison followed by Sam Hornery with daughter Danielle enjoyed the dodgem cars at the 2019 Eugowra Show. Organisers hope the event can return this year.

The Eugowra Show Society Inc. has commenced their monthly meetings again after a hiatus during the summer months.

We remain hopeful, like many other Show groups, that we will be able to supply our community with a much loved and enjoyed show in the spring of 2021.

Whilst we did not hold a show in 2020, the committee has been very busy and very productive completing successful grants projects such as the renovations of the pavilion - reroofing, electrical upgrades, new doors and windows and upgrading the office and committee room.

We thank the hard work of local tradespersons who have helped make this a successful process.

Our pavilion looks much improved and sturdy to withstand many more years of use by the community.

The pavilion is host to many celebrations; birthdays, parties, weddings and community events and this will continue in the future.

Thanks to the funding from the Federal Government - supporting Agricultural Shows and Field Days Grant and the support of our loyal members who continued their membership for 2020 - Eugowra Show Society is in a good position to prepare for and hold the 2021 Show.

The Annual General Meeting of the Eugowra Show Society Inc. will be held on Monday 8th March, 2021 at 7.30pm in the Committee Room.

This will be followed by a general meeting where we will start the planning process for the Eugowra Show on Friday 17th and Saturday 18th September 2021.

- Sarah de Lange, Eugowra Show Society Secretary