After being washed out last year, Neville Show organisers are hoping for clear skies on Saturday to crack 1000 people heading through the village.
This year, horseback archery will be the mainstay of the show, with two archers set to wow crowds with their shooting skill, while treasure hunts, jumping castles and a petting zoo will keep children amused.
Teddy bears will be hidden around the show, with children who find them in line to win prizes, while the archery will showcase the ancient art of shooting a targets from the back of a horse.
Neville Show vice president Kate Burrell said there would be 18 stalls at the show.
The Neville Show takes place Saturday, November 10 at the Neville Showgrounds, Carcoar Street, and runs from 10am to 4pm.