1. 'This Eden'
Head to the Eden Killer Whale Museum on Saturday at midday, for the premiere of 'This Eden'.
A stunning promotional video, produced by Adele Video Productions, 'This Eden' showcases several aspects of the town and its history.
It looks at the Killers of Eden and the Davidson Whaling Station, the fishing and timber industries, Boyd’s Tower, Greencape, the wharf precinct at Snug Cove and the Seahorse Inn, as well as featuring aerial footage of the beaches and whale watching with Cat Balou.
2. Sapphire Coast Marine Discovery Centre open day
It's a case of last but not least, as the SCMDC holds an community open day on Saturday to bring the curtain down on the Sapphire Coast Science Festival.
A variety of hands-on activities will be on offer, along with displays from local community and environment groups.
Join marine and climate scientists to explore rock pools at Shelly's Beach and collect data for an international scientific research project.
It all kicks off at 10am, with activities running through until 3pm.
3. Towamba Rural Fire Service family fun day
There's something for everyone at the Towamba RFS family fun day.
From 10am at the Towamba Sports Ground on Saturday, the event will include woodchopping, historical engine displays, market stalls, kids' games, food, a bar and music.
It's all in aid of the local community, with proceeds going to the Towamba RFS, Towamba Community Progress Association and Towamba P&C.
4. Nethercote Music Factory
Musicians from all over the Bega Valley will come together at Nethercote Hall on Saturday night to entertain the locals.
For a small donation, enjoy a sausage sizzle, supper and the best music around.
It all starts at 6.00pm.
5. Tigers on the prowl
There's a shortage of local sporting action this weekend, but the Eden Tigers' first grade outfit are in action at Narooma on Saturday.
It's an elimination semi-final, meaning it's a must-win for the Tigers, who will be looking to bounce back from successive defeats to progress past the Devils.
Kick-off is at 2.15pm at the Bill Smyth Memorial Oval.