Rural: Friday is the final day of the 2019 Sungold Field Days event held behind Cheeseworld in Allansford. Activities will include whip-cracking, wood chopping, cooking demonstrations, farm machinery, animal displays, food and coffee on offer from 9am to 3pm.
Song: The Warrnambool Laneway Bar will is open on Friday night from 5pm. The 'Find Your Voice Choir' is the recipient of this week's annual charity night with proceeds aimed at boosting the program for the 150-strong choir lead by Tom Richardson.
Movie: The Camperdown Swimming Pool committee is screening 'The Greatest Showman' featuring Hugh Jackman at its Lawrence Street site from 8.15pm. Bring your own blankets and chairs.
Art: South West TAFE is hosting an advanced sculpting class on Friday from 8am to 3pm.
Portland: Portland will host its annual Relay for Life event from Friday 6.45pm to Saturday 1pm. The Cancer Council fundraiser will be held at Henty Park.
Gigs: Bex Marshall and Band with Flynn Gurry and Heath Robertson, The Loft, John Brereton, The Last Coach, 8-11pm.
Water: The Blessing of the Rivers will see all denominations, faith groups, individuals and community groups across Australia send a blessing to those whose water supply has been affected along the Murray-Darling rivers. At 3pm on Saturday all are invited to say a blessing and send a photo to social media #blessingoftherivers.
Racing: The Warrnambool and District Drag Racing Association is hosting a Test 'n' Tune Fun Day from 6am to 3pm at the Warrnambool Airport.
Cars: The 2019 Melbourne to Warrnambool Cycling Classic will offer more than bikes with a show 'n' shine for hot rods, classics and muscle cars at the finish line from 8am.
Row: Learn to row for fitness, social or competitive on the Hopkins River each Saturday from 8.30am to 11am. Equipment and experienced coaching provided.
Fitness: HIIT Nation on Timor Street is hosting a Ninja Warrior competition from 10am to 4pm.
Music: Casterton Vice Regal Band 150 Celebrations will include live music in Henty Street from 10am, a street parade from 11.30am and music in Island Park during the afternoon.
Bikes: The 2km South Coast Junior Aquatics Community Bike Ride is taking place at 1.30pm from the finish line of the Melbourne to Warrnambool Race to Flecther Jones and back.
Horses: The Terang Harness Racing Centre is hosting The Terang Pacing Cup on Saturday evening from 6pm to 11pm.
Speedway: Southern 500 Speedway, Heathmere from 5pm.
Gigs: Folk Night, The Loft. Flo, The Cally Hotel, 8.30pm. Jason Bull and Friends, Victoria Hotel Warrnambool, 9pm-late.
Markets: The Fresh Market at Warrnambool's Lake Pertobe will include internationally acclaimed celebrity chef Ainsley Harriott this week. Stalls featuring fresh products, gifts, music and food are also on offer from 6.30am to 1pm.
Trains: The Cobden Miniature Railway Park is open from 11am to 4pm. The park includes miniature train rides, 18-hole mini golf, a canteen, children's playground and barbecue facilities.
Refugees: Brophy Family and Youth Services and Rural Australians for Refugees are hosting an event entitled 'Love Letters for Refugees' on Sunday at the Brophy centre on Timor Street from 3.30pm. The community is invited to learn more about how to help those being held in detention centres on Manus and Nauru Islands.
Walk: The Muscular Dystrophy Australia Walk will be held on Sunday from 8.15am. Participants are encouraged to wear green laces or a touch of green and meet at the Pavilion Cafe for a walk to Granny's Grave and back from 9am.
Run: Timboon is set to host its annual 'Trestle 10' on Sunday. The 9.6 kilometre event follows the trail over the town's trestle bridge constructed in 1892. The event includes the Distillery Dash, a 5km event for those wanting to walk their way from the trestle bridge to the township of Timboon and The Icecream Mile, a 1.6km event targeted at getting kids active. The main event starts at 8.30 am. Registration from 7.30am to 8am.
Garden bar: Fletcher Jones' garden will once again be home to the Matchbox Espresso Summer Garden Bar with cold drinks and hot food from 2pm.
Plants: The Camperdown College Nursery will be home to the Mount Leura Plant Propagation event on Sunday from 10.30am to 12 noon. All plants grown at the event will be transferred to Mount Leura at a follow-up event in September.
Comedy: South-west comedians will perform on stage at the The Loft from 4pm competing for top honour in the RAW Comedy competition. The regional event is part of the annual Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
Gigs: Gault McCluggage at the Cally Hotel from 3pm. Tank Dilemma, Hotel Warrnambool, 3pm. Mick Ferguson, Warrnambool Bowls Club, 4-7pm. Gault McCluggage, The Cally Hotel, 6pm.
Frisbee: Warrnambool's Brauer College is hosting Ultimate Outdoor Frisbee from 5pm to 7pm on Monday nights. The free community event is open to all ages and abilities.
Health: Gut Health, Gut Healing information session to be held at the Warrnambool RSL from 6pm to 8.30pm.
Song: The Zoo Chaotic Community Choir is on at The Loft in Warrnambool from 7pm to 8.30pm.
Art: The F Project Gallery is hosting Soil Born, a new exhibition by Maddy Honan-Hoey and Aylish O'Beirne. A collection of paintings and plant dyed costumes on show 10am to 4pm until March 3.
Garden: The Warrnambool Community Garden will host its weekly Wednesday Garden Market from 3pm to 7pm.
Horse racing: The Warrnambool Racing Club is hosting a Country Racing event on Thursday from 11am to 4pm.
Film: The 2016 Sea Shepherd documentary 'Operation Jeedara' is screening at the Portland Arts Centre from 7pm.
Gigs: Jazz Combo, Hotel Warrnambool, 8.30pm. The Taste, The Loft, 9pm.