Illustrations: Wheeler Kids event at Warrnambool Art Gallery with Melbourne-based author and illustrator, Sher Rill Ng. Two workshops, one for 4-8 year olds at 10.30am and one for slightly bigger kids at 1.30pm.
Week's end: Celebrate the week at the NAIDOC Ball in Warrnambool's Lighthouse Theatre from 7pm.
Fling: The annual Robert Burns Scottish Festival will bring the highlands to Camperdown across the weekend, with poetry, music, and dancing. For the full program head to camperdownburnsfestival.com.au
Winter Weekends: Night Light Photography workshop with Perry Cho and Pete Chamberlain. Meet at 6pm, corner of Wishart and Cox streets, Port Fairy.
Hidden Talent: Cheer as new and emerging talent hit the stage at the 15 Minutes of Fame concert, St Brigid's Church Hall, Crossley. Doors open 6pm.
School holiday fun: Inflata-bool Warrnambool, a giant inflatable playground at the Warrnambool Indoor Tennis Centre, Mortlake Road, every day until Friday 12 July. Sessions at 10am, 12.30pm and 3pm.
Party in the Church: Congregate and elevate for a night of higher sensation, including Late Night TV, Sunnyside and Jackson McLaren at St John's Church, Port Fairy, 6pm.
Local view: Warrnambool and District Artists Society Art Show awards are on display at the Merri View Gallery, 4 Coramba Street, Warrnambool, between noon-4pm.
You already know: Psychic and Wellbeing Expo at Warrnambool's City Memorial Bowls Club, Saturday 10am-5pm and Sunday 10am-4pm
Sport relief: Head to the Arc to watch the Warrnambool Seahawks take on the Whittlesea Pacers. Tip off 7pm.
Snap happy: Winter Whale Trail with wildlife photographer Chris Farrell, 10am at Charlie's on East, Port Fairy. Dusk landscapes with the Western Victoria Photography Group, meet at 4pm Griffith Island rotunda.
Live music: Blue Sunday entertain at Hotel Warrnambool from 3pm. Koroit Pub Singers will lead some group singing for fun at Mickey Bourke's Koroit Hotel, between 4-5pm.
Eisteddfod Dance: Talented performers will compete in a range of styles at Warrnambool's Lighthouse Theatre, three sessions per day starting at 9am.
School Holiday Footy: AFL Western District Children's School Holiday Program, Emmanuel College Warrnambool 9am-3pm
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