Hundreds of Tadcaster residents have turned out for a special party to celebrate the re-opening of the town's famous bridge.
Archbishop of York Dr John Sentamu even blessed the structure and the River Wharfe beneath it during a ceremony.
The bridge recently re-opened to traffic after a year-long closure following flood damage, during which Tadcaster was effectively split in two.
The all-day event lasts from 11am to 8pm and will feature entertainment such as a fireworks display, classic cars, a stilt walker and a medieval market.
There are even copies of a limited edition book commemorating the bridge saga on sale in the town today.
Ironically, the bridge is closed throughout the day to allow the celebrations to take place safely.