Cundletown Museum is putting on breakfast and the community is invited.
On two Sundays, August 2 and September 6, the museum volunteers will fire up the barbecue and serve breakfast between 8am and 10am.
On the menu is sausage and onion, and bacon and egg sandwiches for $5 or "the works" for $6. All are served with tea, coffee or a can of soft drink.
Takeaway is an option and gluten free options are available.
The museum will have COVIDsafe plans in place.
The craft room will also be open for sales, and enquiries and bookings are directed to 0428 522 556.
The museum, operated by the Cundletown and Lower Manning Historical Society,has a major collection of all aspects of the dairy industry and includes the extra activities of the farmers of timber and sleeper cutting, which supplemented their income.
Late last year the cream boat 'Sunlight' joined the collection. The 'Sunlight' will be renovated and returned to her original cream boat status by volunteers to resemble the original boat built by Ryan's Shipyards.
The museum is located on the corner of Main and Queen streets, Cundletown, and two minutes off the highway exit. It is open to the public 10am to 3pm Tuesdays through to Sundays.