The Millthorpe Markets will bring Summer stalls to the village this Sunday.
More than 300 people are set to sell their wares across the Millthorpe Public School grounds and the newly refurbished Redmond Oval.
Stalls coordinator Ellie McNamara said village visitors could expect a mix of rural, regional and urban sellers setting up shop.
It's a chance to support some of the regional businesses, a regional school and the regional community of MillthorpeEllie McNamara
Ms McNamara said organisers prioritised ethical producers and the market was a chance to buy Christmas presents in the bush.
"It's a chance to support some of the regional businesses, a regional school and the regional community of Millthorpe," she said.
Ms McNamara said the huge event was run completely by volunteers, with the school students contributing both in the lead up and on the day.
All of the children from year two up will either greet market-goers or serve at the stalls.
"The kids get really involved so it's a great lesson for them in volunteering for their community," Ms McNamara said.
The recently opened Spilt Milk Bar will join the line up this year, alongside past favourite Cold Rock Ice Creamery.
Entry to the markets is by gold coin donation, with money raised at the event going towards educational resources for the students of the school.
Millthorpe Markets will run from 8.30-3pm.
Free car park facilities are available a short walk from Millthorpe Public School, in the grounds of St Canices' Roman Catholic Church.
Vine Venture Tours shuttle bus will be ferrying visitors back and forth from the Church carpark to the school gate from 9am-12pm.
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