THE Kooralbyn markets made its coronavirus comeback this weekend with live music, hot food and plenty of stalls.
Volunteers were kept busy cooking sausages and breakfast rolls, Teaspoons and Aprons had its mobile cafe on site to keep everyone caffeinated, with Murray Scoble and Dave Barnes provided the music.
Kooralbyn songstress Taleah Livings was persuaded to take the microphone and belted out a few tunes to the delight of all in attendance.
Wet weather did not put a dampener on enthusiasm, with spectators happy to stand under the brief shower to hear the 20-year-old sing.
Also in attendance was Nathan Clarke with his Truth by Nature stall, which has attracted community support since taking up the battle against US vitamin company Nature's Truth, which is contesting the Christmas Creek business name.