AS OTHER agricultural shows in the region continue to be called off, the Leeton event is still set to go ahead in October.
Pending government restrictions, the Leeton Show will be going ahead on October 9 and 10.
It comes as other local agricultural shows in towns such as Wagga, Temora and Ariah Park have all decided to cancel their 2020 events.
Griffith has decided to proceed with its event.
Leeton Show Society president Bill Aliendi said the committee would be keeping an eye on the ever-evolving COVID-19 situation, but at this stage the event was still very much going ahead.
"The only thing we're a bit worried about is sponsorship," he said.
"A lot of businesses are doing it tough at the moment, but if they can be a sponsor, we'd love to have them on board.
"We didn't want to put the white flag up because if you lose a social event, it's hard to get it back.
"We've been locked up for a couple of months, so I think it's great for everyone to have someone to look forward to."
Entertainment, sideshow alley and the usual exhibitions and competitions will all be part of the event, pending restrictions in place at that time.
Safety and hygiene will continue to be of paramount importance for the committee.
"We're trying to bring in different things this year," secretary Janne Skewes said.
"It's going to be a time for celebration.
"So many events haven't been able to go ahead this year and this is really a community event we can all get out and be supporting in 2020."