POPUP Rutherglen cellar doors, a Celtic festival and North East billy cart race are making tracks for the Border this weekend.
In a jam-packed program, scores of events are listed for Albury-Wodonga and the North East on Saturday and Sunday.
Rutherglen in the City - Albury will come to QEII Square for the first time on Saturday.
After two successful events in Melbourne, Rutherglen in the City was expanded to include Canberra and Albury this year.
More than just a wine tasting event, Rutherglen in the City offers wine lovers the chance to taste more than 100 rare and boutique wines.
Rutherglen vigneron Rowly Milhinch, of Scion Wines, said patrons could visit 16 wine producers in one central location.
"You've got pretty much everybody in one space and people can engage with every winery," he said.
"It's been a successful format in the cities and we're rolling it out regionally.
"It's a one-stop shop for eating and drinking in a family-friendly format."
Patrons can try Rutherglen Muscat or experiment with its versatility with a series of Rutherglen Muscat cocktails.
Rutherglen winemakers will host a series of masterclasses to help patrons expand their wine knowledge.
Children's activities include a petting zoo, giant games and face painting.
The 25th annual Beechworth Celtic Festival this weekend will celebrate everything Celtic.
The Celtic Dinner is making a comeback inside the Old Beechworth Gaol.
Three celebrated chefs will prepare a Celtic-themed dinner with an Ode to the Haggis while Celtic harp player Elizabeth Sutherland will provide music.
The festival will return to the centre of town today with free events such as Celtic music, pipe bands and Celtic dancing. There will be a food court and Celtic markets.
The much-loved Tattoo will run in the Old Beechworth Gaol on Saturday night.
SS&A Albury will host a food truck carnival on Saturday night from 5pm.
Heart 2 Cart and Happy Cat Donuts are among the vendors at the SS&A Club until 9pm.
The Great Yackandandah Billy Cart Race returns to the North East this weekend.
Aged from five to 74, competitors come from throughout the region and as far away as Melbourne.
The festival will run at the George Kerferd Hotel, in the Mayday Hills complex.