If you've been looking for an excuse to get the kids out of the house, the Moyneyana Festival has the perfect offering.
On Friday, the town will become a veritable playground as it hosts the annual Kids Party Day.
Festival chairman Neil Hedger said this was always a popular day.
He said there was plenty to see and do, with a giant slide and jumping castle as well as a range of fun games including handball, football and netball.
For the older children there will be the chance to take part in craft activities including bag decorating, tile painting or creating a wooden toy.
There will also be live music provided by Jon Madin and a barbecue courtesy of the town's Lions club.
Mr Hedger said the festival had been attracting large crowds each day, with the Mik Maks enjoyed by about 500 people on Thursday.
There are also a range of free events on offer in Port Fairy next week.
There will be card making at 10am on Monday, Rhys Crimmin will perform at 11am on Tuesday and there will be the chance for kids to have fun in the abzorbing balls on Thursday from 10am to 3pm.
Country music fans will also have the chance to listen to the sounds of Arty Hoey on Sunday from 1pm to 5pm.
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