Angaston Show



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Show Baking

Join “Those Barossa Girls” and their team of specialists and judges at the Bethany Church Hall.

They will guide you through the process of entering a local show, explain what the judges are looking for, and offer some hot tips on how to increase your chances of walking away with a winning ticket.

Categories covered will include baked goods, preserves and Jams, Chutneys and Sauces.

Workshop details:

Date: TBC

Time: TBC

Location: Bethany Church Hall

Supplied: light afternoon tea and show books

Cost: free event

Bookings: not required

Sponsored by:

Angaston Show Society

Tanunda Show Society

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Wine & Floral Design

Join Angaston Show Floral Convenor Ella Baker for a Novice Floral Design Fundraising Workshop.

Create 1-2 arrangements to enter into the Show Hall Novice Floral Design Section. The arrangements will then remain on site to be judged on Show Day. Once our showgoers have admired them, they will be yours to collect and cherish on Saturday afternoon.

The skills learned will give you the confidence to enter any South Australian Show’s Novice or Open Floral Design Sections!

Workshop details:

Guest Floral Designer: TBC

Date: TBC

Time: TBC

Location: Angaston Football Clubrooms

Supplied: flowers, foliage, and secateurs

Bring along: vessels and vases

Cost: $85 Includes wine & nibbles

Booking: Wine & Floral Design Workshop – Sticky Tickets

For more info: Ella

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Tom Boy Stitch Workshop

The South Australian CWA Angaston Branch is hosting a free school holiday workshop at Barossa Central for kids.

During the workshop, the ladies will teach children the Tom Boy Stitch.

The exciting part? Kids get to explore their creativity and imagination by making something unique using just 1 meter of Tom Boy Stitch to enter into the Angaston Show.

It’s a wonderful opportunity for young minds to learn, create, and participate in the community’s celebration of talent and imagination.

Workshop details:

Dates: TBC

Time: TBC

Location: Barossa Central Mall opposite Barossa Fresh

Supplied for use: yarn and plastic needles

BYO: your own Tom Boy Reel, kits will also be available to purchase at $5 each

Cost: free event

Bookings: not required

Parental Supervision is essential at all times

It is estimated that it will take approximately 15 minutes to get each child started and knitting.

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Fowlers Preserving Method Workshop

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Using the Fowlers Vacola Preserving system Marieka, Sheralee and Maggie will show you how to take the seasonal harvest and preserve it safely to create a shelf-stable product that will last you well into the lean months of winter.

We are thrilled to be partnering with the Angaston Show again in 2024 to bring you a personalised hands-on preserving workshop hosted in the Angaston Football Club rooms. Immerse yourself in the buzz and activity of show day and take home something much more valuable than a plastic show bag!

Fowlers preserving is a traditional food skill developed more than 100 years ago that allowed families all over the country to take their summer and autumn produce and put it away for the lean months of winter. This skill is cheap, it’s easy, it requires limited equipment and it is enormously satisfying. Consequently it is still an enduring food story, as valid now as 100 yeas ago. Forget the images of your grandmother slaving over boiling pots of water for hours on end – this process is now very quick, very easy, and incredibly practical (and there is no boiling water required). It ticks so many boxes in terms of sustainability, nutrition, frugality, resourcefulness and cost savings…and did we mention its fun?

If you would like to learn how to create a sustainable pantry that utilises your seasonal excess in a safe and shelf stable manner, then we would love to have you join us on in the Footy Clubrooms as we step you through what you need, how to do it, and how to get great results. As experienced preservers Marieka and Sheralee will teach you what you need and how to do it and to provide tips and tricks about how to use your bottled produce to form the foundation of your everyday cooking. The format is very relaxed and there are plenty of opportunities to ask questions or seek guidance. Please see the FAQ section below for details regarding workshop format and run times.

You will take home a jar of fruit, an instruction booklet, and a valuable new skill in your kitchen repertoire. Children under the age of 12 are welcome to purchase tickets, but they must have some proficiency with using a small sharp knife and will need a guardian to attend with them. Please contact us if you have any specific access requirements or if you will require seating during the workshop. We will happily do everything we can to help.

*PLEASE NOTE: Workshop ticket purchase does not provide entry to the show grounds. Please support our local Angaston Show by purchasing your show entry ticket at the gate on the day.

What do you get:

  • A personalised workshop with expert guidance from Marieka and Sheralee
  • A shelf stable jar of fruit that you prepared, to take home.
  • A fully printed workbook with instructions and recipes, perfect for recording your own notes or to refer back to at any time.
  • An opportunity to ask us direct questions specific to your particular preserving needs or situation.
  • Links to a supportive and enthusiastic Facebook group that can provide ongoing advice and inspiration.
  • A whole new perspective and passion for seasonal produce.

How it will work:

  • The Workshop will be hosted in a maximum group size of twenty and will last for approximately 45 minutes.
  • We will talk you through how the process works and how to source your equipment.
  • We will outline some simple food safety rules you will need to follow.
  • You will pack and prepare jars before they are processed.
  • You are free to stay and chat while jars are processing, or you may choose to return when the time is up to collect your jar (1hour).

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