For the same gate price as paid for the past three years - $10 per adult, $3 per child (5-14, free under 5) and $25 per family of two adults and up to four children - the Stratford A&P; Show offers a full schedule of entertainment, events and stalls.
Do not miss a performance by Greg Clark from Workworth's stuffed jockeys racing sheep.
Greg says sheep racing and Sheep-n-Show performances provide the ultimate in entertainment and education.
"It's the magic of mixing entertainment and education that makes these shows so very different and memorable," says Greg, whose unique style and sense of humour will have you in fits of laughter as he blends sheep shearing and comedy together in shows aimed at all ages.
Ken White will be showing another perspective on duck herding and together with the various side shows, programmes by stall holders, fun rides and McDonald's farm barn for kids young and old, the entrance fee is good value for money, says Stratford A&P;'s Christine Hughes.
She says there will be a selection of food to buy, but that people are also welcome to bring a picnic basket.
Free sunscreen is available.
To make your visit even more hassle free, the society this year hired a professional to direct the traffic from Broadway into a temporary turn lane to the show grounds on Flint Road.