On the land: The Sungold Field Days finish up in Allansford, with gates open at 9am.
Gigs: Dave Burgess at Images Restaurant from 6pm.
Exhibition: The Hamilton Quilters open their Circle of Life exhibition at the Hamilton Gallery. Featuring large and small quilts and a wide-range of traditional, modern and innovative techniques. The exhibition runs until March 15.
Classic: The Melbourne to Warrnambool Cycling Festival will take over Liebig Street on Saturday with the finish of the Port Campbell to Warrnambool around 11.30-noon, a community ride from 12.30pm, followed by the finish of the Melbourne to Warrnambool between 2-3pm.
Pacing: The Terang Pacing Cup is on at Dalvui Raceway in Terang. Racing starts at 6pm, with the pacing cup at 9.35pm, including a range of family activities.
Live Music: The Hush Men play Rafferty's Tavern from 8pm; The Average Band are at Warrnambool's Vic Hotel from 9pm; John Brereton is on stage at The Cally from 9pm; FourTune play Hamilton's Caledonian Hotel from 9.30pm.
Dance: Raise the Barre will bring its high-energy dance performance to Warrnambool's Lighthouse Theatre. Show starts at 7pm.
Cycling: Get out and watch the fast-paced action as riders hit Viaduct Road for the Lady Bay Resort Criterium race from 8am. Road closures are in place from 7am, free parking is available at the Shipwreck Coast Holiday Park.
Rebuild: The Repair Shop in Port Fairy will be open from 10am to help you repair all of you favourite items.
Country Music: Warrnambool District Country Music Group guest artist is Rene Diaz at 1pm. Walk ups welcome; $8 members, $10 non-members, at Warrnambool Bowls Club.
Gigs: Hotel Warrnambool: Beachniks, 3pm; Warrnambool Bowls Club: Richard Tankard, 4pm.
Markets: Get all your produce at Warrnambool's Fresh Market at Lake Pertobe from 8.30am, or at the Port Fairy Farmer Market at Railway Place from 8am.
Kid friendly: Children entertainers The Superdudes bring their fun and colourful show to the stage at Warrnambool's Lighthouse Theatre at 10.30am.
Market: The Warrnambool Community Garden Market is on from 3-7pm with fresh local produce and sustainable products. The event is waste-free so bring your own shopping bag and keep cup and leave your dog at the gate.
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