A crowded calendar paused a Border school's fete for three years, but Saturday will see the event return with added attractions.
The 2019 Scots Country Fair will include food trucks and wine tasting as well as the more familiar market stalls, rides and activities.
The Scots School Albury principal Peggy Mahy said the fair hadn't been held since 2016 owing to other school activities like sesquicentenary celebrations and supporting the pipe band's Edinburgh trip.
"This year there was a real passion to bring it back," she said.
"Sometimes it's good to have a little bit of a breather, because they're pretty frenetic.
"All it's done I think is give us the energy to really approach this one with a little bit more creativity."
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Ms Mahy said money raised through the fair would go towards installing air conditioning in the school's Alistair Todd Chapel Hall.
She hoped the time slot of 3pm to 7pm would allow families to complete any sporting commitments first and yet not have a late night.
"We would like very much to be a country fair for the region, so we'd encourage people to come along, even for half an hour," she said.
More details on the school's Facebook page.