WELCOMED by a dumping of snow on the Tops, the annual Chill Out festival will take place in Gloucester this Saturday.
The day is jam packed with events and activities for the whole family, including a massive slide for the kids and wine tasting for the adults.
From 9am, 66 stalls will line the main street offering food, clothing and a variety of items.
Chainsaw racing and post stripping will replace the wood chop this year, providing some exciting entertainment.
The popular Canine Capers dog show returns with a new agility test, while Car Torque will appeal to all motoring enthusiasts.
For the kids, the much-loved snow pit is back as well as free face painting, balloon sculpting, rides and the Science Challenge.
The donut eating competition is not for the faint of heart, with numerous age categories and all monies donated to the Westpac Rescue Helicopter.
The famous Tin Hare train will be back in Gloucester for the festival this year and will make three trips.
Local businesses will also be showcasing their goods with great deals throughout the day.
The festival will begin at 9am, with activities concluding at 3pm.