Uralla's Seasons of New England is due to be held in Hampden Park from 9am on Saturday March 30.
The event has been running for a handful of years while experiencing a very steady growth rate, and it now attracts many people from throughout this region and as far away as Sydney.
Uralla always puts on the beautiful weather so, what more can you ask for?Cr Michael Pearce
Always a popular event, it was the brainchild of Uralla resident and business owner Tara Toomey, who remained very much involved with it and one person Mayor Michael Pearce thought deserved a great deal of credit for its success.
"It's well renowned and a fantastic event, not only for Uralla, but for the whole district," Cr Pearce said.
"There is everything you can think of. Anything from tools to candles, from lace handkerchiefs to fine food, there's pony rides, horse rides, face painting and other kids activities.
"Music, local beer, local cider, heaps and heaps of food, and Uralla always puts on the beautiful weather so, what more can you ask for?"
Cr Pearce said Seasons of New England culminated with Uralla's Annual Lantern Parade that ends up where the seasons is located.
"That's been going for several years now and is always a big hit with the assistance of all our schools and Uralla Arts Society," he said.
"So, this really is a fun day/evening for one and all. It's very well known throughout the region and I'm very much looking forward to it. There's everything you can ask for.
"There was a guy who came ... who had a fantastic range of ginger beer, and that's always nice because if you don't feel like anything stronger, you can always kick back and have a good ginger beer."