IT'S back and bigger than before.
The Family Fun Fair is returning to the Maydale Reserve across the weekend.
In June, the fair was last in town with great success, but manager Tony McCulloch said they come back with more treats for Wimmera residents.
"We've got some more teenage ride and show bags with us," Mr McCulloch said.
"People can come and enjoy the Family Fun Fair a little bit more."
The fair will have two more rides for thrill seekers.
"The claw and the twister," Mr McCulloch said.
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Mr McCulloch said they will have the same COVID-19 safety measures as their previous visit, with a maximum of 300 people at a time and a single entry for people to scan in.
Entry for the Family Fun Fair is free, with rides, show bags and carnival treats available.
The fair will run from 5pm until late on Friday, October 15, and from 1pm to late on Saturday, October 16 and Sunday October 17.
Horsham Agricultural Society venue manager Andrea Cross said the community is keen for events to start again.
"They have been around the state and are returning to us again," Ms Cross said.
"We haven't had anything of that size since the Winter Warmer in July.
"It's the first of many because we're getting a few more coming here because we've got the outdoor facilities."
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