Lock in Sunday, July 12 in your event calendar as the always popular Ulladulla Wharf Market returns from pandemic lockdown on this date.
The market, like many other community events, had to endure a COVID-19 enforced break but recently got the 'green light' to get back to action.
All COVID-19 safety requirements, like social distancing, will be enforced at the market and things like hand-sanitiser will be available.
Being in a nice open environment also works to the market's advantage.
Proceeds from the market support Marine Rescue Ulladulla - an organisation that performs a vital role in the community.
The marine rescue unit uses the funds for a wide range of things, including vessel maintenance, equipment purchases, fuel and much more.
"It's great to be back," John Gregory said on behalf of all the volunteers who run the market.
The Wason Street market venue in Ulladulla is always an inviting place to visit and when the markets are on there is also the chance to pick a bargain or two.
People can browse around what will be a wide range of stalls.
The marine rescue crew will also be firing up their barbecue to cook "the best steak sandwiches" on the South Coast.
More stallholders are always welcome and email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Locals and visitors alike always enjoy the market.
This fun family/community event goes from 8am to 1pm.