ALL roads lead to Port Fairy this weekend, with the seaside town bursting with activities and fun events.
The streets are filled with visitors and locals checking out all the first Winter Weekends has to offer.
Film photographer Molly Rose Smith showed off her stunning prints from her travels across the country at the Port Fairy RSL Hall.
She was joined by fellow artists Lucy Fox and James Chapman.
Ms Smith said she took the photos on her mother's old Minolta camera.
"It's a hobby of mine," she said.
"James Chapman, a good friend of mine from Boy and Dog Art, told me to take a leap and get out of my comfort zone. I've sold a few which is really nice."
She said the photos were mostly taken from her holidays.
"The first ever one I took was at Port Fairy," she said.
"I have Bruny Island, the You Yangs, Tassie, the Adelaide Fringe Festival, Geelong and the Surf Coast."
She said she got her film developed at a store in Brunswick.
"They are amazing," she said.
"It normally takes just under a week. It's quite an expensive little hobby to do but I love it. I just love film. I like digital as well but with film you are really capturing a moment that digital can't get. They are special in that way."
Artist Emily Gleeson showed off her intricate artworks at the MADE market at St John's Hall.
The hall was packed with art and craft producers and local artisans.
Gleeson, a Port Fairy local, said she had loved art her whole life and was inspired by her mother, also an artist.
"I draw inspiration from nature and things I can draw tonal drawings of," she said.
"I really like to draw detail and try and make it as realistic as possible."
Saturday is World Gin Day and popular Port Fairy restaurant Hawker Kampong has a couple of special cocktails on offer.
Watch this video below to learn how to make a Pomegranate Gin:
Wishart Gallery also hosted an Antiques Roadshow, with visitors and locals bringing in items to be looked at by mother and son experts Ruth and Rhys Colliton.
The pair, from Baimbridge Antiques, considered plenty of unique items.
Mrs Colliton specialises in jewellery while her son's expertise is in furniture and 18th and 19th century pieces.
Tyrendarra's Ann Taylor brought in a floral caster sugar shaker.
She got a lovely surprise when she learnt it was worth a lot more than what she had paid.
It was valued at between $40 to $60.
Ms Taylor purchased the piece from an opportunity shop for two dollars.
Winter Weekend's continues on Sunday, with the much-loved Dachshund Dash at Southcombe Park from 10.30am.
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