THE final day of the Australian Art Deco Festival finished with the flourish and fanfare that came to be expected over the course of the weekend.
For the early risers a ragtime breakfast was the first port of call for the day, with a delicious breakfast being cooked up by the Leeton Lions Club.
The morning air was crisp once again for the winter festival, but that did little to deter attendees, who again dressed in their most finest outfits from that era.
Vintage cars were also on display, while the New Empire Ragtime Orchestra provided the musical backdrop to the morning on the Mountford Park stage.
The breakfast was the perfect way to start the final day of the festival, with many visitors staying on until Monday before leaving, but not before promising to return.
The Early Ford V8 Club of NSW had many of its cars taking part in the festival, with the club now hopeful of hosting their state conference in Leeton within the coming years as a result of the fun times had in the shire.
The last major event on the calendar for Sunday was the Some Like It Hot high tea at the Yanco Agricultural Institute, which was sold out long before the date rolled around.
Guests were treated to delicious eats, sweets and treats, including scones, slices, sandwiches and more.
A jazz band played throughout the afternoon, with participants also again popping on another outfit inspired by the art deco era.
Sunday was again an opportunity to also catch the photo exhibition at the former WCIC building or catching some poetry at the Henry Lawson Cottage.
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