Whether you’re tiny or tall, teenage or more mature, there’s plenty for you to do and enjoy at Shaw Village Centre.
The event, which runs from noon to 6pm, is organised by the Emerge youth project, based at Trinity Church, and supported by volunteers from other local churches.
This year there are new venues and attractions, including a market place in the church hall where you can get crafty by icing cupcakes with Redsky Cakes, or make jewellery. Old favourites such as sumo suits and a bungee run return again this year.
Workshops include expert tuition from a Brazilian dance teacher, puppets, singing and drumming.
In the performance zone there will be live dance and drama performances, St Mary’s Ukulele Band, James Green Drummers and Singers, and Crowdy’s Hill School.
And look out for a special appearance by the ever-popular Jake the Juggler.
For teenagers, there is a Chat ’n’ Chill Zone with Swindon Youth for Christ with DVD clips and discussions on youth topics.
The day ends with a festival showcase from 5pm to 6pm.
Entry on the door costs just £1.50 each or £5 per family. Under 5s free.
Contact Claire Camm on 07981 951381 for more details.
Pictured: Launching The Mix in 2010, Claire and Rev Ann Carter, centre, Jack the Juggler with participants