The East Orange Village Market will mark its seventh year on Sunday, as more than 200 stalls, rides and attractions will be at East Orange Public School.
Parents and Citizens market manager Belinda Drane said community support for the market was only growing.
“We always get a good response from stallholders and this year there’s all different stuff to look at and do and see,” she said.
Orange East Public School principal Glen Bourke said the market was a “fantastic” way for the school to raise funds for different projects.
He also said it was helping to foster a community around the school.
“It’s a huge undertaking for the staff and for the parents and citizens, and it brings them all together,” he said.
The market runs from 9am to 3pm on Sunday.