Winter weekends: Budding buskers of all ilks will show off their skill and compete for $500 in cash and prizes. Join a busking master class with guitarist Flynn Gurry. Sackville St, Port Fairy from 5.30-8pm.
Theatre: The classic TV series Yes, Prime Minister hits the Lecture Hall stage, Sackville St, Port Fairy, from 7.30pm.
Dancing: The Zest for Life project is excited to hold the first supper dance for 2019 at the Wannon Room from 7-10pm. Supper is provided. Phone Lisa Vale on 5561 8880 for further information or to book a table.
Music: The Average Band will be on stage at Rafferty's Tavern, Warrnambool from 8pm.
Time for a spin: The 3rd Vinyl Swap Meet is on at The Wharf in Port Fairy between 1-5pm.
Classical tunes: Take in the beauty of baroque music with violin player Ben Singh, flautists Peter Cheng and Jesse Maneesuwan, vocalist Linda Mott and pianist Julie McErlain at the Reardon Theatre, Port Fairy from 4pm.
Theatre: Holiday Actors and Warrnambool Theatre Company present Les Miserables onSaturday at 7.30pm and Sunday at 1.30pm at Warrnambool's Lighthouse Theatre.
Gigs: Melbourne band Bench Press are playing at the Dart and Marlin, Timor Street, with support from The 2nds and Worm, from 7.30pm. Eddy Boyle & The Exciters will get the blood pumping at the Commercial Hotel Koroit. Sam Grayson is playing at the Railview Hotel in Timboon, from 9pm until late.
Dinner and show: Rock Around The World musical journey of greatest hits at the Warrnambool Bowls Club, doors open 6.30pm.
Adventure Night: Head to the Reardon Theatre to watch a selection from the Colorado Film Festival at the Adventure on Screenfilm night. Doors open 6pm.
Mastering Lego: South West Brick Club runs from 10-11.30 am, Christ Church Parish Hall, 230 Koroit Street, Warrnambool.
Oscar Winner: Watch award winning documentary Free Solo at the Reardon Theatre in Port Fairy, doors open 1pm.
Live Music: Tank Dilemma play at Hotel Warrnambool from 3pm.
Relaxed fitness: Sea Dragon Tai Chi at St Joseph's Church Hall from 2pm
World Premiere: A new short film "The Demon" by Dan Haberfield is screening at Warrnambool Capitol Cinema from 7.30pm.
Gigs: Head to Hotel Warrnambool to see resident band Jazz Combo, from 8.30pm.