Easter celebrations will begin early in Koroit.
On Friday evening, Koroit and District Primary School (KDPS) will host its annual Easter Fair.
It will be the second staging of the event and KDPS principal Marina Milich said the school was looking forward to it.
"The purpose of the fair is to bring the school and the wider community together," Ms Milich said.
"It will be a fun-filled night and everyone is invited to come along and join in.
"It's not about fundraising, it's about being part of the community.
"We have spread the word around schools in Warrnambool and Port Fairy so we think we will have plenty of people come along."
Some of Mrs Milich's favourite things about the Easter Fair are:
The fair will feature over 20 market stalls, ranging from jewellery, craft, hand-crafted wood items, candles, plants and more.
Something a little bit different will come in the form of a stall from Tower Hill Beekeeping.
South-west author Matt Porter will be at the Easter Fair to sell his book, The Greatest Book in the World. Promotion for the book promises to "have children howling with laughter".
The Dunk Tank is sure to be a popular part of the Easter Fair on Friday.
Big crowds are certain to gather around to see just who is in the hot seat and ready to plunge into what no doubt will be icy cold water below.
Students will be eagerly lining up for their turn, especially when they see their favourite teachers perched up on high above the freezing water.
The talents of children at the school will come to the fore with a talent show.
Children, and adults, will also be able to add a splash of colour to their appearance with face painting on offer.
All creatures great and small
Animal lovers will be in their element at the Easter Fair.
The Roaming Reptile show will be in action and a Fun Farm will also be set up.
Egging them on
It wouldn't be an Easter Fair without an Easter egg hunt and, of course, a visit from the Easter Bunny.
The Easter Fair runs at the school from 5-8pm.