HAVEN residents will commemorate the fourth anniversary of Black Saturday tomorrow.
The event will include the official launch of new public toilets, a picnic gazebo and storyboards.
Haven's Sue Exell said the facilities were the last of Black Saturday bushfire recovery projects.
She said the Haven Market was also on from 9am to 1pm.
Mrs Exell said Horsham Rural City Mayor David Grimble would officially launch the final projects at 10am.
She invited people to attend and view the work.
"The toilets have been locked until now but they'll be ready by the weekend," she said.
Mrs Exell said the storyboards were in the picnic gazebo.
Information on the boards included Haven's history, the story of a First World War soldier from the area and about Black Saturday.
Previous bushfire appeal projects have included a new playground and shade sails, a new website, landscaping at Haven Hall, an electric barbecue, a book and time capsule.
Mrs Exell said the area had come a long way since the fire, on February 7, 2009.
"There's been quite a bit happening in these past four years," she said.
"It will be really nice to finish off the fire funding."
Mrs Exell said sales from a Wimmera Mail-Times Black Saturday poster and council donations had also gone towards projects such as new bubble-taps.