A long-running Border event will be shorter but no less diverse when it returns for a 33rd year next month.
The Albury-Wodonga Doll, Bear and Hobby Show has moved to a longer single day, November 30 between 9.30am and 4.30pm, rather than two days as previously.
New Lego and models competition categories will join sections for dolls, bears, soft toys, dolls houses, paper craft, quilting, embroidery, knitting and crotchet.
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Traders have booked about 40 tables at Lavington's Mirambeena Community Centre, offering supplies like wigs, laces, ribbons, fur, fabric, beads and scrapbooking materials.
Demonstrations include 3D printing, felting and diorama trees, with lunch and light meals available and a Lego play area.
President Margaret Grigsby said the show would raise money to help furnish the life skills house now taking shape at Wodonga's Belvoir Special School.
"It's looking really good at the moment," she said.
Competition entries close November 22.