Head to Bungonia Fair this Saturday and soak up the sun, fun and history of the village.
The good old fashioned fair will feature: locally produced food and wine, handmade arts, crafts, coffee, bookstalls and more.
There will also be free activities for children including scarecrow and seed bomb making workshops.
Horse-drawn buggy rides are sure to be a highlight for young and old alike.
Bungonia RFS volunteers will run a barbecue raising money for the brigade.
All proceeds will go to Bungonia and District Historical Society Incorporated.
The historical society is raising money for the Cemetery 200 Names Project. The project seeks to memorialise people buried at Bungonia Historical Cemetery whose graves have been lost over time.
Society founding member Anne Wiggan said over time records had been lost.
"We know people are buried there but not where they are," she said.
Mrs Wiggan said Anne Smith and Moira McGinity had studied cemetery records and identified 200 people buried at the site.
The historical society aims to have two bronze plaques engraved with names put up at the cemetery.
Two stones to mount the plaques on have already been donated by local stonemason John Mottley.
Mrs Wiggan said the project was a labour of love for the community and would bring in tourism.
"If we have the plaque there then people who are looking for their ancestors will come to Bungonia," she said.
The society has recently received a letter from a woman in Port Macquarie who was coming to Bungonia to look for her ancestors.
"It's one of the things that draw people into the Goulburn area," says Mrs Wiggan.
"The research not only fills in gaps in our knowledge, but draws people into this old historical village.
"We would like to share our village with people."
Mrs Wiggan thanked Ditta who was instrumental in organisation of the fair.
Head to Bungonia Village Hall on King Street on Saturday, March 14 from 8am to 2pm to join in the fun.
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