FROM pumpkin rolling to hay scrambles, the Kalbar Country Day was a huge success at the weekend.
Hundreds of people lined George St on a perfect spring day, and enjoyed music, fashion and old-fashioned family fun.
The program kicked off with a free breakfast at 7am followed by pony rides, hay rolling, a hay scramble and horse shoe quoits.
Fassifern Car Club member Jenny Beasley oversaw the hay scramble which involved over-excited youngsters foraging through piles of hay in a bid to find their token for a free ice-block.
There was $200 up for grabs for the person who managed to knock all three skittles down in the pumpkin rolling competition.
For $2, entrants received a pumpkin - which they got to keep - and did their best to bowl down the skittles.
The George St Boutique held a fashion parade, and entertainment was provided by the Bush Poets, Tumbleweed Band, Freiburg Band and the Kalbar School band.
At midday the winner of the best hay sculpture was announced.
Visitors were also treated to a huge array of market stalls, including food, crafts, plants, jams, cakes, knitted goods, timber products, books, historical bottles, paintings and prints.
There was a snake and reptile display and vintage cars drew a crowd as well.