Bowral's Country Women's Association (CWA) warmed up the ovens, and prepared tables with handmade goodies for their winter stall over the long weekend.
A variety of handmade knitwear, homemade jams and preserves, toys, books and plants were on sale from Saturday to Monday at their quarters on Wingecarribee Street.
Hot tea, coffee and scones were also on the menu for people to tuck into in the cooler weather.
Funds raised over the weekend will be dedicated to future projects.
"Anything we can do to help, everyone helps together," said Bowral CWA member Yvonne Antonopoulos.
"It's about helping others," Bowral CWA member of five years Irene Davis added.
The stall enabled the Bowral branch to reconnect with the community after events were cancelled last year due to restrictions.
The branch donated hampers to struggling farmers in Robertson last year with Coles, and raised funds for drought and bushfire survivors.
They also donated quilts to families in Wingello, Exeter, Bundanoon and Balmoral.
Bowral CWA also distributed toys to Balmoral via the village's community association.
The branch said they are looking forward to serving food during Tulip Time, after the festival was cancelled last year.
Mrs Stewart hoped that table service can be offered to guests at the event.
The branch hold craft mornings on the first Tuesday of the month at 10:00am, and hold their monthly meetings on the second Tuesday of the month at 1:30pm.
The branch celebrated their 96th birthday in February.
People can connect with the branch and make bookings to meetings online.
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