The date is Sunday May 8th this year - 2016.
The central activities are arts workshops conducted by experts which allow the general public to have an affordable artistic experience in a chosen discipline.
Workshops cost $30 for a half day plus materials cost and the children's workshops are free.
The accompanying Arts Market offers beautiful handmade goods for sale under the shade of the olive trees, as well as delicious gourmet food and tastings of local wine.
Themes vary according to the whimsy of events and this year we're going with 'Stories and Stones'. This means we'll have a lot to tell one way and another and it might be through a variety of means.
We'll use words in our story circle and we'll paint dots and tiles and create food and craft and music with flute and drums and delicious ingredients.
Youth theatre group Zest will add to the excitement.
There are many ways to create stories and we won't forget how to tell them using stones carved with Paul or found complete.
The venue will again be the pretty Worendo olive grove where the headwaters of the Albert river that run through it, tell their own story.
So to discover more information you can check out the website www.artsintheolives.com and take it from there.
(Editors note: Accommodation in The Lost World is snapped up quickly around Arts in the Olives time so if you would like to stay and play we recommend you book sooner rather than later)