Gunnedah Country Markets are making a comeback after COVID-19 forced the monthly events to be put on hold for four months.
Saturday, July 18 is when the markets will return to Wolseley Park, that is, "assuming the apocalypse doesn't get worse again".
Two Rivers Art Council market co-ordinator Kyle Smith is a "little bit nervous" that another lockdown may happen right before the market is set to be held.
"That would be bad. Otherwise, I'm excited to see everyone again," Mr Smith said.
Mr Smith reminded locals "to maintain social distancing, use the hand sanitisers that will be provided, and above all, stay home if you're sick".
He also kindly requested that locals do not steal the provided hand sanitisers, either.
The last market, which was planned for March, was set to be a special autumn market complete with multi-cultural food stalls, a new residents event, and free bus tours of Gunnedah.
Mr Smith said this could be re-scheduled for September, but it was "not a given yet".
"Because that's a big market, trying to plan it when everything is so uncertain is a bit hard," he told the NVI.
Those interested in holding a stall for the July 18 market can contact Kyle Smith on 0439 609 502.