Warm up the vocal chords: Choose your favourite ballad or get ready to rock at Warrnambool's Vic Hotel Karaoke night.
On the stage: All of the talented youngsters in Primary Performers will hit the boards for Beauty and the Beast Junior, tonight and Saturday matinee at Warrnambool's Lighthouse Theatre.
Punk Rockin': The Bennies shake the foundations at the Whalers Hotel with support from The Monaros, Worm and Snakes Don't Need Keys.
Sports action: Warrnambool takes on Terang Mortlake in the HFNL at Reid Oval. Old Collegians collide with Nirranda at Davidson Oval in the WDFNL. The Warrnambool Mermaids come up against Hume City Broncos at the Arc in Big V basketball action, tip off at 6pm.
Art Exhibition: The eighth annual WRAD Art in Schools competition and exhibition will announce the winning work at St Joseph's Parish Hall in Warrnambool at 2pm. Open from 11am Saturday, and between 10.30am-12.30pm on Sunday.
Live Music: Darren Ely will get the Cally Hotel Warrnambool up and dancing from 9pm.
Community sausages: Have a look at the helicopter and celebrate the 10th birthday of the HEMS 4 Air Ambulance service with a community BBQ at the Warrnambool Airport from 9am-11am.
Rock Out: Jimi Hocking's Blues Machine will perform a range of blues classics and original songs at Hotel Warrnambool from 3pm, or head to the Cally Hotel to watch Chris Hay from 4pm.
Traditional: Gunditjmara are hosting a NAIDOC Week opening ceremony on the Warrnambool Civic Green from 9am. Come along for breakfast, traditional dancers and a smoking ceremony.
Child friendly: Children's entertainers The Mik Maks will rock Timboon at the Timboon and District Hall. Doors open at 10.30am for an 11am start.
Movie Night: Warrnambool Rural Australians for Refugees are screening the documentary Border Politics at Warrnambool's Capitol Cinema at 7pm. The doco follows human rights barrister Julian Burnside as he traverses the globe examining the harsh treatment meted out to refugees by most Western democracies.
Heavenly Sounds: The Australian Boys Choir performs an afternoon concert at St Joseph's Church, Warrnambool, at 3pm.
Fire Safety: The CFA is hosting a Kids Fire Safety Day at the Warrnambool Library between 11am-12pm on Wednesday and Thursday.
Waving the flag: Head into the Cally Hotel to celebrate American Independence Day. American folk blues with Russ Goodear and a trivia and music quiz from 8pm.
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