HEAD down to Centennial Park in Cooma this Sunday for the June Rotary Club markets.
With lots to see and do for the whole family, it's guaranteed to be a great day out for everyone.
Rotary Markets welcome local produce, craft, garden products, clothing, jewellery and of course encourage local not for profit organisations.
Tony and Toula Tzafares have been stallholders at Cooma markets for 16 years. Together they sell various types of plants, succulents and natives.
"I love coming to Cooma each month, it's a beautiful country town and such a friendly atmosphere," Mr Tzafares said.
"People are very sociable and that's great because I love coming to the markets and meeting new people."
As the proceeds that Rotary collect go towards local and international projects, Rotary like to ensure that their stallholders get the most out of their time at the markets.
"Rotary are doing a very good job with the markets," Mr Tzafares explained.
"They regularly ask if we have any feedback on how the markets are run and how they can improve, but they're already doing a good job."
If you would like a stall at the Rotary Markets this Sunday please contact John King on 0437 601 350.