A display of art and roses will introduce another attraction to a long-running fete in central Albury on Saturday, November 9.
St David's Uniting Church, corner of Wilson and Olive Streets, will hold its 26th annual church fair without the formal rose show of previous years.
Instead artists from within the congregation will show their works and everyone is invited to bring their own roses to add to the collection.
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The fair, which opens at 8am, will still include established stalls like cakes, craft, plants, produce, barbecue, toys, garage sale, bargain centre and children's games.
A goods and services auction from 10.15am is offering lots such as food, leisure and Commercial Club vouchers, a trailer load of wood, hampers, ironing, gardening and knife sharpening.
Albury City Band returns to perform during the morning while more live music will be provided by Peter Carmody and friends.
Fair committee chairman Lance Boswell said the fair was always a great day.
"We look forward to welcoming everyone and thank them for their support, which enables St David's to continue its work in the local area," he said.