The annual Portland Spring Fair is on again this weekend on Saturday, October 27.
Don't miss out on a full day, featuring a ute muster, show and shine, swap meet, rides and stalls.
The event teams up with the annual Wallnuts mural painting weekend, which makes Portland a busy place to visit with many sights to see. These include the 'Signs of Yesteryear' and, for the first year, the painted silos on The Foundations property, which will also be hosting a Halloween-themed gala on the Saturday night.
Stall holders are always welcome to the Portland Spring Fair. There is no need to book, come along and set up your display. Dust those cobwebs off the 'classic' in the garage for the show and shine. Gates open for stalls and stands to set up from 6am.
The fair is held at Kremer Park Showgrounds, on the corner of Laurie and Lime Streets, Portland. It is open to the general public at 9am and continues throughout the day.
While you’re in Portland, check out a special history display compiled by Ivan Fitzgerald at the Sister Mary O'Leary Centre in Williwa Street, Portland from 10am to 3pm.
Ivan has spent a lot of time on the history of Portland and his display will include history of yesteryear, maps, photos, railway and cement works records and more. People will able to photocopy the unrestricted records free.
It will be free admission with a cuppa provided.