Whether it's browsing beautiful plants, finding hidden treasure or simply enjoying a Devonshire tea, there will be something for everyone at this year's St John's Springtime Fete.
The fete will be held this Saturday, September 7 from 8.30am until 2pm.
Organiser Ruth Daintith from the Cowra Anglican Parish said there will be plenty on for young and young at heart.
"We have stalls, there's the produce, accessories, jewellery, books, trash and treasure but it's all treasure," she said.
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"Cake stalls featured renowned Cowra and district cooking.
"Pre-loved clothing and household linen, bed spreads, crocheted rugs, sheets... for anyone setting up a flat... we've got crafts, sweets for the children and of course, a raffle."
One of the highlights each year is the plant stall.
"The fete is renowned for the plant stall," Mrs Daintith said.
"Trees, perennials for all of Cowra gardens, all suited to our climate."
Devonshire Tea and coffee will also be served up from 8.30am onwards, as well as a barbecue lunch.
At 10am, students from the Cowra Dance Factory will also perform.
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