The biannual Buninyong Festival will take place on 29 October at De Soza Park from 10.00am until 4.00pm. This festival has something for everyone.
Featuring more than 80 amazing stalls from craft, baked goods and local organisations.
Some of the entertainment includes Birds of Prey, Ballarat Ukulele Group, Dancemakers, Geoffrey Williams, Gold King Conga Parade, Toby the Dinosaur, Hanz on Drumming and The Infusers.
A great range of food will be on offer from pizza, ice-cream, Indian, Thai and Turkish cuisine, doughnuts, scones, coffee, sliders and potatoes.
Image from Buninyong Festival Facebook page
From 10.00am until 2.00pm, an active zone will feature pilates, evolution runners, Buninyong Red Backs Soccer Club, Existdance, Buninyong Cricket Club, Crabtree Fitness Professional and Buninyong Golf Club.
Celebrate the Buninyong Film Festival in the Town Hall meeting room, enjoy photos from the past 25 years of their festival and take your own photo in the set-up photo booth.
If you would like to know more about Buninyong, join historian Anne Beggs-Sunter at 11.00am for an interesting walk around the town's historical sites.
An art exhibition featuring the Buninyong 6 will open on Friday evening from 6.00pm and will be on display until the festival closes on Sunday. The exhibition features works from Michelle Noyce, Pauline Clarke, Trudy Nicholson, Lynette Lea, Donna Saunders and Annie Ross.
The local CFA are holding their Open Day in conjunction with this year's festival. There will be demonstrations and activities throughout the day. The Fire Station will open at 307 Learmonth Street. The historic 1899 Merryweather horse-drawn fire engine will be on display.
Buninyong Festival will be great day out for everyone on the last Sunday in October from 10.00am to 4.00pm.