Community spirit will be on show at the seventh Dennington Day Out this Sunday.
St John's Primary Dennington teacher and event organiser Amy Atwell said the local community groups continue to have a strong presence at event.
"We have the football and netball club, the cricket club, the kinder, the Dennington Community Association, bowls club, scouts all contributing to the day," Ms Atwell said.
"We have a great day planned for this year, with the stage is jam-packed with entertainment from tai chi to music performances, dancers, a magician.
"We have got heaps of rides including pony rides and the Great Ocean Road Trike Tours.
"This year we have moved into a food festival as well with 14 different food vans in attendance."
St John's Got Talent winners will kick off the day, with singer Amelia Reid, freestyle drummer Noah Greene, and a dance trio all to perform.
"They are all very excited to be perfoming at such a big venue, up on the main stage," Ms Atwell said.
"The kids will perform at the start of the day so they can enjoy the rest of the festival with their friends."
Freestyle drummer Noah Greene, 12, said he is very excited to be performing at Dennington's Day Out.
"I came second in St John's Got Talent," Noah said.
"I have been taking (drumming) lessons for about seven years. I can't wait to spend the day hanging out with friends."
Entry is free and there is a large number of activities being run at no cost, including a foam block building room and the animal nursery.
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