After the Covenant-19 was completely completed last year, the gardening show is about to return to Horst.
Following the lifting of the lockout restrictions, the Hortic Garden Cultural Association announced that the village garden exhibition will be held on Saturday, August 21 at 1 p.m.
The 108th edition will give the community a chance to see the indoor industries and gardening exhibits as well as enjoy food and drink, listen to live jazz music and explore the tents.
The event, which will be held at Hort Village Hall, will begin the first two sessions of the EMC Jazz Band at 1:30 p.m.
People are welcome to enter the exhibition and these should be seen in the halls between 8 and 10:30 and judged by a professional team.
Then individuals, family and friends can see all the exhibits and enjoy music entertainment from the MCC Jazz Band.
Gob itors host craft shops, flora, tea and other food and beverages as well as fruit and vegetables, flowers and some specialty items.
The show features 134 rooms covering a wide range of skills, including gardening, baking, storage, cooking, photography, and crafts.
The threat room is also available and anyone can enter as many rooms as they want.
Encouraging them to wear masks, especially in homes, one-way systems will be in place in social remote signs, halls and sanitation centers.
Admission to the show costs ፓ 2 for free for all adults and children under the age of 18.
“I am delighted that we have decided to hold a Hort Horticulture show on August 21 after a difficult year for all of us,” said Keith Atfield, chairman of the Horticultural Society.
“I feel that the local community is very interested in participating in the traditional village event.
It unites the community not only to show growth and home production skills, but also to enjoy jazz, food and drink in the afternoon.
For more information and details on how to enter, visit www.hursthorticulturalshow.org