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Event. For over a century, community members have come from near and far for the Circular Head Show.

Now in its 110th year, the show continues to deliver old favourites and new ideas.

The Circular Head Agricultural Society is revealing the best in Tasmanian produce with the Graze the Region showcase.

From the paddock to the ocean, the best in local produce will be on show with producers such as OMG Milk, TOP Fish, Hursey Seafoods, Cape Grim Beef, Red Cow Dairies, Petuna Seafoods, Tasmania’s Westhaven and plenty more.

Following the success of a demonstration last year with Smithton butcher Josh Perry, the event is back with added spice.

Using his award winning produce, the Perry’s Quality Meats owner will demonstrate how to get the best bang for your buck when buying and preparing pork, chicken or lamb, and how to cut the meats and cook a meal to perfection.

“We’re hoping to have a variety of stalls for people to try samples,” says society member Eddy Schuuring of the opportunity for locals to learn more about what is available in the region.

“It’s important to promote what’s on offer here in our area and around Tassie, and for others to know about it – to support it.”

The show also has all things agricultural, from dairy and beef cattle competitions, woodchopping, historical cars and machinery, equestrian events, an animal nursery, showgirl and showboy competitions, entertainment and much more.

SHOW TIME

The Circular Head Agricultural Society’s 110th annual show will be held at Stanley Recreation Ground on Saturday December 8. Cost is $10 for adults, $5 children or kids under five go free. A family pass is available for $25 prior to the event. To find out more about showcasing your produce at the show, or to purchase a family pass, email chagsociety@gmail.com or call 0456 003 609.

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