‘Tis the season for carols and it’s Port Fairy’s turn this Sunday from 6pm at Fiddlers Green.
Hundreds of people are expected for the event which features performances by the Port Fairy Consolidated School and St Patrick's Parish school choirs.
The event has been organised by the churches of Port Fairy and Presbyterian minister Ian Leach said there will be a great line-up of acts.
“It’s going to be a great night. We’ve got a really good program organised,” he said.
Mr Leach said there were about 500 people at last year’s carols.
Moyne Shire tourism officer Courtney Smith said she hopes lots of people attend the annual event.
“Come along and support these amazing events that happen in the Moyne Shire and get ready for Christmas,” she said.
Meanwhile, those wanting to attend the Crossley Community Carols will have to wait until almost Christmas time.
The carols start at 7.30pm on Sunday December 23 at St Brigids Church in Crossley.
Santa and Mrs Claus will be there and everyone is welcome to attend.