Dance: Warrnambool Eisteddfod dance competition, Lighthouse Theatre from 9am. Competition runs Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Opening: The first solo exhibition to be held by The Courthouse Camperdown features Indigenous artist Tinika Clifford. Until July 26.
Music: Kick off your weekend with John & Russel at the Vic Hotel Warrnambool, 9pm-late, or head to the Kirkstall Hotel to see The Black Belts, from 8.30pm.
For the kids: The Warrnambool Toy Library celebrates its 40th birthday at Active Sports, Mortlake Road from 10am-12pm.
Gig: Melissa Bowman and Trevor McKenzie will be on stage at Koroit's Commercial Hotel from 8pm.
Art Show: The Warrnambool & District Artists' Society Art Show Annual Awards exhibition finishes up across the weekend. Merri View Gallery, from noon-4pm, Saturday and Sunday
Black tie: Head 'down the rabbit hole' at the Ray White Charity Ball at The Emmanuel Centre, doors open at 6.30pm.
Bed time: International expert Helen Stevens will deliver a talk for parents on helping your baby to sleep, focusing on the first six months, at Warrnambool's Whalers Hotel from 10.30am
Sports Fix: WDFNL netball second-placed Merrivale plays third-placed Dennington at Merrivale Recreation Reserve, Kolora-Noorat faces South Rovers at Noorat. In the HFNL, Koroit plays South Warrnambool at Victoria Park, Koroit.
Beach clean up day: Join in a community beach clean-up with Sea Shepherd and the scouts at the Blue Hole. Register on Facebook at "warrnambool:beachclean:sea shepherd marine debris". Meet at the Blue Hole Road carpark from noon-2pm.
Sunday Session: Andy Kirkland performs at Hotel Warrnambool, 3pm
Sport: The under 18 girls hit Reid Oval for the match between Warrnambool and Hamilton Kangaroos from 12pm. In Big V basketball action, the Seahawks hope to keep their finals chances alive against Western Port Steelers, at 2pm at Warrnambool's ARC Stadium.
Quiet time: Moment of Reflection, piano music of Philip Glass, performed by Anita Hoekstra, in Christ Church, Henna Street from 5pm-6pm
On stage: Come together with people from all walks of life for a music jam and sing along at Terang's Commercial Hotel from 1.30pm-5pm.
Community: The Fit to Drive Foundation and South Warrnambool Football Club Road Safety Forum is on at the Friendly Societies' Park from 6pm-8.30pm. Registrations required as dinner is included.
Live Music: John Hudson Guest Session at Hotel Warrnambool from 8pm.
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