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Nine awesome events on this weekend at the show

THE Warwick Show is boasting a jam-packed program this year with heaps of events for the whole family to enjoy.

Check out just some of the awesome activities you can be part of across the weekend.

1. Cooking Demos

IF YOU'RE looking for an opportunity to brush up on your cooking skills, the Warwick Show is the place for you.

Cooking demonstrations will run across Friday and Saturday and are free for everyone who goes along.

The classes will be run by a range of chefs with different specialities.

WHEN: Today 10am, 11am and 2pm. Saturday 10am, 11am, 12pm, 2pm, 3pm.

WHERE: Warwick Showgrounds, Douglas Feez Pavilion.

COST: Entry fee to the show, cooking demonstrations are free.

2. VinTin Yoga

WARWICK instructor Jes Kerle from Essence Of My Heart will be helping residents start the day with a morning yoga session.

The relaxing class will run for an hour and is free to everyone who wants some time to relax.

Do you know someone who deserves to take some time out for themselves?

WHEN: 7am on Sunday.

WHERE: Warwick Showgrounds.

COST: Free.

3. Pet Parade

CUTE pooches will be walking around at Warwick Showgrounds showing off their best selves to dog loving judges and spectators.

Categories include best dressed pet, pet with best trick, best pet and owner look alike, most unusual pet, smallest pet, biggest pet, best looked after and groomed pet and most obedient and behaved pet.

WHEN: Today, 11am.

WHERE: Kevin Thumpkin Agricultural Pavilion.

COST: Entry fee to the show, watching the show is free.

4. Country market

SUPPORT the agricultural community by heading along to A Country Market.

It's been a rough time for producers so this is a great way to give them a boost.

Featuring delicious goods that will be fresh and locally grown or made, the market will showcase the delightful produce the region has to offer.

From farm fresh produce to locally sourced honey, there's something for all tastes.

On the last day of the show, it's a great way to connect with producers and pick up some produce that will help the excitement of the annual event last longer.

WHEN: Sunday, 8-11am.

WHERE: Warwick Showgrounds.

COST: Entry fee to the show, plus money to buy produce.

5. SideTracked play live

MUSIC is a stellar way to bring everyone together and after a great day exploring all the show has to offer, don't forget to hang around for the live music.

Southern Downs band SideTracked will perform live, rocking the crowd with a mix of pub hits and rock classics.

WHEN: Tonight, from 8pm.

WHERE: Warwick Showgrounds.

COST: Entry fee to the show, listening is free.

6. Demolition derby

WHO doesn't get a thrill out of seeing cars ram into each other?

It's a beloved tradition at country shows and it will be returning to Warwick on Friday night.

There will be two derbies in the arena, a ladies demolition derby followed by an open demolition derby.

Whether you're a rev head or not, you're sure to get a thrill out of these events.

WHEN: Tonight, ladies from 9.10pm and open from 9.25pm.

WHERE: Warwick Showgrounds.

COST: Entry fee to the show.

7. Top performers

TALENT from around town and the surrounding areas will be on show tonight.

There will be performances from a number of different creative entertainers, including Scots College Pipes and Drums, Move School of Dance and Marlene McBean's Highland Dancing.

Watching others get into the spirit is sure to get toes tapping and add a great atmosphere to the showgrounds.

WHEN: Tonight, Marlene McBean's Highland Dancing from 6.50pm, Scots College Pipes and Drums from 7.05pm and Move School of Dance from 7.20pm.

WHERE: Warwick Showgrounds.

COST: Entry fee to the show.

8. Ute judging

A DOG may be a great best friend, but a ute must be a close second as it reflects the personality and flair of the driver who sits behind its wheel.

Spectators will have a chance to take in some stellar examples at this year's Warwick Show.

The Ute Show will allow ute lovers from around the traps to come out of the woodwork and show off their pride and joy. With imaginative decorations and a unique personal touch placed on each vehicle, the show will be a sight to be seen.

WHEN: Tomorrow, ute show judging from 1.30pm and presentations from 3.30pm.

WHERE: Warwick Showgrounds.

COST: Entry to the show.

9. Heavy horses

TAKE a look at horses that aren't often seen around the place any more at the Heavy Horse Spectacular.

The popular Rose City event is proud to attract the largest number of heavy horses in any agricultural show across Queensland.

WHEN: Tomorrow and Sunday from 8.30am.

WHERE: Evans Paddock No.1, next to gate 4.

COST: Entry fee to the show but free to watch.



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