Breakfast: For men wanting to find a place and chat, look no further than the Grab Life by the Balls community who meet at Lake Pertobe at 7am every Friday.
SES Day: Meet your local State Emergency Services team from 10am on the Fiddlers Green in Port Fairy.
Summer Fun: Slugging it out for Science begins at 7.30pm in Warrnambool as part of Summer By The Sea. For more information and to book head to summerbythesea.vic.gov.au
Sail: Arrive at the Port Fairy Yacht Club by 5.30pm to register for the Twilight Sailing night. The event runs until February 21 and children must be accompanied by an adult. For more information call 0427 567 851.
Market: The Warrnambool Summer Markets series in on again at Lake Pertobe with a range of stalls, delicious foods, boutique beers, wines and ciders from 4.30pm.
Movie: Watch family classic Aladdin at Lake Pertobe from 7pm to fundraiser for the Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery program.
Festival: St Brigid's Blues and Roots Festival kicks off wity Shane Howard and John Schumann, supported by Flynn Gurry at St Brigid's Church in Crossley.
Party: Warrnambool Laneway Bar is back for its fourth summer installment from 5pm.
Run: The Warrnambool parkrun meets every Saturday at Lake Pertobe at 8am.
Market: Locally grown produce and handmade items are available at the community market at Railway Place, Port Fairy. Head down from 8.30am and stroll around the hundreds of stalls.
Parkrun: The Port Fairy parkrun meets at South Beach at 7.50am.
Swim: Warrnambool hosts the second leg of the Shipwreck Coast Swim Series from 11am, meet at the Warrnambool Lifesaving Club.
Summer Fun: Summer By The Sea has heaps on offer today with Sea Slug Census from 10am at Killarney Beach followed by Beach Clean up at 11am. Rockpool Ramble kicks off at 10am at Warrnambool's Pickering Point. For more information head to summerbythesea.vic.gov.au
Music: Gavin James and his friends will perform on the Fiddlers Green in Port Fairy from 11am.
Engine: The Orford Vintage Weekend kicks off today and features vintage displays, ute muster, tractor pulls and stalls. Campers are welcome and entry is $5 a head.
Live Music: The Bucks play at The Stump in Port Fairy from 3pm; Gig Jam will play at Port Fairy's Star of the West from 8pm; The Black Belts hit Warrnmbool's Vic Hotel stage from 9pm; Darren Ely performs at The Cally Hotel from 9pm. The Quick Sixes play their mix of surf tinged blues & rock n roll at Port Campbell Hotel from 9pm.
Goomfest 2: Last minute tickets to the two-day camping alternative music and arts festival in Wangoom are available through the Goomfest 2 Facebook page.
Relief Run: Raise money for bushfire relief at the Pavilion Cafe from 7am, register at https://reliefrun.com.au.
Self Care: Donella's Yoga and Yani's Kitchen bring the Rise and Shine Yoga Class and nourishing breakfast at the Limestone Gallery. The class and breakfast costs $40 starting at 8am. Bring your own mat and blanket.
Surf's Up: Head to East Beach from 10.30am and get involved in Nippers.
Swim: Let's Talk Lady Bay Laps swimathon hits the water at 11.30am in front of the Pavilion Cafe, look for the giant inflatable unicorn.
Live music: The Warrnambool Ukulele Group will bring their vast repertoire to the Port Fairy's Fiddlers Green from 11am. Flynn Gurry will perform on the stage at 1pm, followed by Andrea Wheel at 2pm.
Summer Fun: Join in the Summer By The Sea Sardines and Sharks! event from 7.30pm at Port Campbell. For the full program head to summerbythesea.vic.gov.au
Sailing: Discover Sailing at Warrnambool Yacht Club, near the Pavillion Cafe from 10am.
Barefoot: Warrnambool Bowls Club are holding charity bowls today for the Victorian fire appeal fund via the Red Cross from 1pm.
Listen: The Loose Cannons will perform from 3pm at Hotel Warrnambool; GabLou will perform at Raffertys Tavern from 6pm.
History: The Schomberg Incident presented by Friends of Flagstaff Hill, Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village 6.30pm
Fun Run: The Flaggy 5k Run Series continues from the Flagstaff Hill carpark with the walk beginning at 5:45pm and the run at 6pm.
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