Jindera Pioneer Museum will celebrate the region's rich culinary history with a six-course Italian lunch later this month.
The feast will be held in the picturesque grounds on November 27, from 12pm starting with a glass of prosecco and antipasto platters, and accompanied by local jazz duo Blue Train.
President Margie Wehner said the museum was gaining a reputation for delivering exceptional food events.
Ms Wehner said the culinary team was led by Brian Miller, who honed his craft in Syndey and London and has also taught culinary skills at Wodonga TAFE and La Trobe University as part of the hospitality management degree.
"We are very fortunate to have such a highly skilled chef who sees the museum as a valuable outlet for his creative skills and he does it all as a volunteer," she said.
"We also have a great team of event helpers who work hard at making these events successful and fun for those attending.
"The events are a lot of work but also bring the volunteers together to provide a really positive outcome for the museum."
Ms Wehner said these events provided "a buzz for everyone".
"Our guests love the atmosphere of the museum; it is a unique place to be able to not only visit, but experience in this way," she said.
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