An amazing show of Lego creations by enthusiasts young and old.
The annual Brixhibition convention will be held at The Albert Hall over the weekend, showing an immense amount of fascinating Lego creations.
More than 40 schools and 2000 primary school pupils have entered their works of Lego art in the annual competition.
This year's Brixhibition will even include a large-scale replica of Tasmania built by Lego experts from across Tasmania.
Tasmanian Swordcraft Championships
Winter is coming to Miena this weekend
Medieval aficionados will make their way to Miena on Saturday to take part in the Tasmanian Swordcraft Championships.
Organised by the Wayfarers of Midgard, the event will look to raise money for the Tasmanian Fire Service.
The event will be held at the Central Highlands lodge, and feature a number of one-on-one duels for knights and squires alike.
Scottish ceilidh at Woolmers
A Celtic feast for the senses
Marjories at Woolmers will be hosting a Scottish ceilidh Saturday night.
A ceilidh is a celebratory Scottish event featuring Celtic music, dancing and food. Attendees will partake in a three-course meal themed around Scottish cuisine.
Bottom Pub Ceilidh Band and St Andrews Caledonian Band will both be adding their Scottish sounds to the evening, Celtic Spin will put on a display of great highland dancing.
Autumn Flower Show
A wonderful display of Autumn flora
The Launceston Horticultural Society will host their annual Autumn Flower show over the weekend at St Ailbe's Hall.
As per usual the show will showcase the very best of Autumn's floral pieces.
The show will have a number of display categories including specialist plant growers, cut flowers, children's exhibits and floral art.
Scratching up a classic
Record Store Day is an annual celebration of record store culture around the world.
In Launceston, Avenue Records will be distributing exclusive records especially for the day.
About 40 people lined up outside the venue last year secure exclusive vinyls.
Special vinyl releases include records from Bob Dylan and Van Morrison.
The Castle at Star Theatre
How's the serenity? So much serenity
Star Theatre, in conjunction with Tasmania Talks, will be screening Australian film classic The Castle Saturday afternoon.
The one-off screening will cost $5, funds will go towards Launceston Benevolent Society.