Organisers are promising an AG Show of the ages, with a near complete array of crafted exhibits and stunning ring entertainment.
Government have stepped in to lend their administrative expertise, along with agricutral and mechanical proficiency in bringing forth a stacked three-day event at Botanical Gardens.
According to exhibition planner Georgette Caines Thursday, Friday and Saturday will provide excitement for all ages.
“The show is looking great it’s going to be an awesome show,” said Caines. “We have maxed out on exhibits. We have maxed out on junior art competition.
“The lower ring entertainment is fully subscribed, so every day there will be something going on and each time slot has been assigned to a performer.
“The equestrians they will be at the show for the whole 3 days as well, so we have a full schedule coming up.
“It was supposed to be a scale down version this year but the only thing missing will be the special occasion cakes and bread you will not see this year.
“You will see the educational displays of terrariums and aquariums, but everything else you will see.”
Parks Department officer Craig Burt added how the grounds were rounding into top shape ahead of the event.
“Preparation is coming along pretty good,” said Burt. “The people in the department are coming together to get everything organized.
“So one of the things you will see going on is that they’re bringing in crews from other sections in order to aid the process and make things more efficient.
“We are looking to be prepped and ready for the show next week.”
Burt explained how government had pulled resources from several different department, forming a team that has gelled well in organising what promises to be a stunning spectacular.
“Some of us have stepped away momentarily from our normal duties in our departments to devote some time in an organizing this event in a manner that we can organises the show in a way that truly reflects what we know as the agricultural exhibition.”
Burt added how there will be a large security presence at the event to discourage anti-social behaviour and provide a well mannered environment.
“We work with a good security firm,” said Burt. “They are providing personality to be on patrol around the grounds, as well as the Bermuda Police service which has reached out as well to aid in our security measures.
“Everyone coming through, no matter who you are, we’ll be searched at the entry points coming into the grounds.”
Prices for the Ag Show are:
Children f and over $5 (under 5 free)
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