show day

show day

n
(Agriculture) (in Australia) a public holiday in a state on the date of its annual agricultural and industrial show
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This seems to be show day. Come home quickly," he replied.
Mr Fulford said: "After having a whole month of rain, we actually had two dry days so ground conditions were firming up in time for show day, which was a relief.
Adult tickets cost PS8 on show day or PS7 in advance.
"I have a few young farmers coming along for the first time this year to help on show day, but they are reluctant to attend committee meetings," added Dyfrig.
Construction workers have been busy putting up the huge marquees that will house thousands of blooms on show day in The Quarry.
"As she has for the past 10 years, Wendy delivers an incomparable live talk show day in and day out and we want to give her the best opportunity to heal and recover," Debmar-Mercury co-presidents Mort Marcus and Ira Bernstein told Variety.
Organisers are expecting more than 20,000 visitors on show day and more than 2,500 animals.
Show Day - Administration - Stewards and Marshalls - Traffic Management - Raffle Ticket Sellers, etc ?
Tickets can be bought in advance of show day, giving guests fast track entry past the inevitable queues.
Tickets will be Dh350 from April 7 until April 14, and Dh400 from April 14 until show day.
Workshops for 2017-2018 are as follows: September 9 to December 9 (show day); January 6 to March 24 (show day) and from April 21 to July 21 (show day).
Macca, 75, whose Beatles hits included Ticket to Ride, said: "If it's a show day, we'll go for a bike ride, so we see the city.