The food and wine fair is being held this Saturday at Moree Secondary College, Albert Street Campus running from 9.30am through to 4pm.
With over 50 stalls planned, there is a huge range of delights on offer as well as plenty of activities for the whole family.
MoaP committee president Phoebe Watts is thrilled with the way the weekend has come together.
“The 2012 festival promises to be fantastic with producers coming from all across our region. We have all the usual favourites plus plenty of new participants ensuring something for everyone.
“Celebrity chef Darren Simpson is going to host cooking demonstrations, local band Little Poppy is going to entertain during the day and Kids Korner will keep the little ones occupied.
“The Saturday night gala event is sure to be a time to dance the night away with the dynamic five-piece Radio Club Band,” Mrs Watts said.
The festival kicks off on Friday night with artist Georgina Hart at The Moree Gallery, the Moree on a Plate Food and Wine Festival on Saturday followed by a gala evening to be held at the Town and Country Club.
A slight change in the usual Moree on a Plate program means the Friday gala evening has moved to the Saturday night.
“It will surely be a great night to get together with friends and enjoy some great local food and wine,” Mrs Watts said.
The committee is also running a raffle which is raising funds for the Moree Early Intervention Service.
The service provides much needed support to families with special needs children.
Raffle tickets are also available at A Tasty Surprise.
Volunteers are still welcome, so anyone wishing to be a part of the Moree on a Plate event can contact the committee on 6752 7536, via their website or follow them on Facebook to keep up to date.