The Old Delegate Post Office is celebrating the Spring Equinox with an array of activities and demonstrations for the whole family on Saturday, September 22.
The day will include the opening of the Harmony Hub at the Old Delegate Post Office where people will be able to have a free tarot card and chakra readings.
Organiser Su King said the Harmony Hub has chakredy, reflexology, flower essences and is all about creating harmony and peace in your life.
"We plan to have stalls selling fresh flowers, honey, essential oils, jewellery and people will also be able to explore the lovely knick-knacks for sale in the Old Delegate Post Office.
"People can book in for hand and neck massages with Japanese facial gentle relaxation massage also an option.
"Kirby Schofield will be there demonstrating essential oils and how you can use them for everyday cleaning around the house.
"There will also be a Enjo representative there demonstrating about the magic little cleaning cloth.
"The whole day is about having integrated stalls where you can buy and learn more about creating balance in your life and home," Ms King said.
Rob Cash will be giving a demonstration showing the distillation of Rosemary oil.
Local band Frock'n'Troll will be there playing their own special brand of music with CD's available for purchase.
"There will also be healthy nourishing food for sale and the children able to take part in a giant game of Jenga and dance around a Maypole," Ms King said.
Old Delegate Post Office proprietor Karen Cash said the day was one for people to get together and celebrate.
"We are going to try and do something special every equinox and solstice.
"The Old Delegate Post Office was always a hub for the community to get together and we are trying to return to that," Ms Cash said.
The Old Delegate Post Office still offers craft workshops on Thursday from 11am.
"The next workshop is on mosaics, $10 includes materials, bring your own lunch and coffee is supplied.