Cakes, quilts, and hand-made baby clothes, a sure sign the Country Women's Association is around.
This week, the association has taken over the Invermay Bowls Club for its annual handcraft and home economics competition.
The event runs every year in a different part of the state, with about 185 different categories for people to enter, Northern Group president Karina Zanchetta said.
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"Exhibits are not just open to CWA members, we have children, non-member, and a disability section," she said.
"Some people put multiple entries in, I'm not sure how many people, but we've got about 350 entries."
Ms Zanchetta said it was a good exhibition, despite lower numbers than normal.
The exhibition is open to public until 3pm on Saturday afternoon.
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