Those behind everybody's favourite long-standing Good Friday tradition are busily preparing to get everything in tip-top order.
Pioneer Park Museum's Action Day has always shaped up to be a fun day out, and organisers Bonnie Owen and Jennifer Donnell-Priest say this year will see new events alongside old favourties
Miss Owen said one of the highlights will be the Dumossa Inn that will be open for business - yes, serving a beer or two.
"It's really great to see this building open for this event for the first time," Miss Owen said.
She is also looking forward to getting an old style portrait done, and also possibly getting her name on a Wanted poster, or printed int he first edition of The Area News.
Music and entertainment will be ongoing throughout the day, with Stickie Fingers Folk performing a selection of country and folk favourites, set to get feet dancing and jigging.
Wool spinning, shearing, blacksmith demonstrations, old fashioned portraiture, a petting zoo, musical performances by 'Stickie Fingers Folk' and more will be on offer throughout the day.
Kids can compete in sack races, sponge throw, apple bobbing, egg-and-spoon races and three-legged races.
And as an added bonus, there will also be a prize for the best dressed
Mrs O'Donnell-Priest wished to let those driving that the shuttle bus will be leaving from Dalton Park as opposed to the information centre this year.
"We have a shuttle bus from MIA coaches travelling back and forth from Dalton Park, so it means people will have much more parking available," she said.
The day will have everything tasty from fairy-floss, candied apples and popcorn to pasta, sandwiches, high tea, among much more.
Ticket prices apply, with gates opening at 10am and closing at 4pm.
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