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24 July, 2021

Sarina Show set to be a real rip-roarer

THERE is nothing like a country show and the Sarina Show has made a name for itself as one of the region’s favourite events on the showtime calendar. Sarina Show President Mal Langdon said this year’s event was shaping up to be one of the biggest events in the show’s history, especially in light of the hiatus taken by most events last year in the wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic.


THERE is nothing like a country show and the Sarina Show has made a name for itself as one of the region’s favourite events on the showtime calendar. Sarina Show President Mal Langdon said this year’s event was shaping up to be one of the biggest events in the show’s history, especially in light of the hiatus taken by most events last year in the wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic.

The Show Society committee, led by Mr Langdon and vice presidents, Ron Gurnett and Steve Wesche, have worked hard to make the most of the break, ready to launch into what promises to be a new beginning for the popular event. 

Some things, though, will never change and they  are still at the heart of the event, which will be held on July 31 and August 1. Once again, the Show will coincide with the annual Sarina Show Society Rodeo, held in partnership with the Central Rodeo Cowboys Association. There will also be the combined fine arts pavilion, ring events, woodchop, sideshow alley, prime cattle, stud cattle, entertainment and a bar! 

One of the traditional mainstays of the Sarina Show event is the crowning of the Sarina Show Girl and Sarina Rural Ambassador. This year’s Show Girl is Josephine Dahtler while Ashton Solli was named Sarina Rural Ambassador. Both will travel to the Ekka in Brisbane in August for the State Finals


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