Displays of vintage cars and presentations from the Brookfield Rural Fire Brigade also feature on the program.
It's worth timing your visit to coincide with morning tea or lunch time, as Devonshire teas and barbecue items will be available for purchase.
There are no headline, big-name acts here to entertain - just the local school choirs, a pipe band and country singers - all of which adds to the charm of this community event.
There are loads of activities for children to do, including cupcake icing and a jumping castle.
Allow yourself to be enchanted by the range of goods on offer. Image: courtesy Brookfield Uniting Church.
A pet fashion parade, dubbed the Brookfield Barking Bandana Parade, is also planned.
This has become a popular annual event, which involves children dressing their dogs and themselves in decorated bandanas available from the local veterinary surgery. All participating children receive a prize.
The parade will conclude with a blessing of the dogs - remember, this is a church event after all.