Do you think you make the best fruit cake or carrot cake?
Or have you grown the heaviest zucchini in the region?
The Tyrendarra Show this Saturday will be your chance to find out.
Show president Anne Burley said the heaviest zucchini competition was a highlight of the day at the Tyrendarra Recreation Reserve.
“It’s quite hotly contested,” she said.
Ms Burley said she remembered a previous winner weighed about 12.5 kilograms.
Meanwhile, others will compete in the fruit cake or carrot cake competitions.
The winners of those competitions may get the chance to compete at the Royal Melbourne Show.
There is also a new addition to the Tyrendarra Show celebrating its 102nd year.
There will be a chance for children to decorate hard-boiled eggs with prizes for the best egg painted as a farm animal and best egg painted as an emoji.
The fun won’t stop there for kids with a variety of entertainment throughout the day including an animal nursery, face painting, pony rides, show rides, a Punch and Judy Puppet Show and performances from Tim Credible family magician.
Show committee member Ruth Ingram said the pet competition was also a popular event which starts at 11am on Saturday.
“We’ve had up to 40 dogs in that event,” she said.
There will also be a show and shine of utes and classic cars and a display of vintage tractors and engines.
Free stagecoach rides will be on offer for those who want to be transported back through time.
For those who enjoy sheep shearing, the Wairere Romney speed shear event will take place at 3.30pm.
Horse-lovers will want to check out the Tyrendarra Obstacle Spectacular, an invitational event which starts at 6.30pm on Saturday.
Ms Ingram said the horse event was a great drawcard for the show.
“The horse events are always a big highlight,” she said.
While the show will wrap up on Saturday, the annual Stockman’s Challenge will take place on Sunday starting at 9am.
The event tests the trust between horse and rider as they navigate obstacles and is free entry for anyone who wants to catch the action.
Ms Burley said the event was only a few years old and growing in stature.
“It’s getting a strong following,” she said.
Ms Burley said she hoped to see a big crowd attend this year’s show.
“It’s a great family event full of entertainment throughout the day,” she said.
The show starts at 9am on Saturday at the Tyrendarra Recreation Reserve.