MUSIC, morris dancers, and a teddy zip wire will be the main attractions at a village fete.
Everdon Fete takes place on bank holiday Monday (August 26) from 2pm to 5pm.
The event will be opened by Bernie Keith from BBC Radio Northamptonshire, and there will be music from Daventry Band, morris dancers, teas and cakes, produce and plants.
There will be plenty of games and activities too – putting and golf; coconut shy and skittles all for cash prizes.
There will also be a fun dog show and an exhibition of working vintage machinery. All these events will take place on the village green and surrounding gardens.
In the church will be crafts and goods for sale.
If you have a brave teddy or other soft toy let them experience the 50-metre zip wire from the top of the church tower.
There is free entry and free parking for the fete. There will be a free park and ride service from the car park at the Weedon Road end of the village.
The road through the centre of the village will be closed during the fete (2pm-5pm).
For any additional information call Brian on 01327 361562.