Event operators have wasted no time getting back into the festive spirit of things following a quiet period during the course of COVID-19, with shows, carnivals, concerts and markets already back on calendars.
The Foodies Night Markets are no exception to the rule and will be stopping over in Dubbo during a string of visits to various towns as part of a rural NSW tour.
There will not only be a variety of delicious food and dessert stalls but there will also be various jumping castles and music.
Each person will be required to give a correct fee of $2 upon entry which will go towards raising funds for Rural Aid.
Australian charity Rural Aid provides financial assistance, water and counselling to farmers in times of drought, flood or fire.
Each person will also be required to bring a chair or have a mat to sit on as there will be no unnecessary lingering due to COVID-19 safety restrictions.
The event will run at the Dubbo Showground on Saturday, March 13 from 3pm to 8pm.
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