Stornoway's Christmas Lights Switch-on event will take place on Friday December 7th with a jam-packed schedule of attractions.
The event, organised by the Stornoway Amenity Trust, includes an evening of entertainment in the town centre.
The Trust are recipients of funds from the Western Isles Lottery who recently presented them with a cheque for £8,500.
The funds are the proceeds from Supporters of the Lottery throughout the Broadbay Area.
The switch-on will get under way at 4.30pm when the Town Hall doors open to the public.
In addition to an array of Christmas Stallholders, the first of two free Show performances by Galson-based Dazzling Entertainments - Isle of Lewis is scheduled for 5pm.
Following the switch-on at 7.30pm, a second performance will be at 8.15pm.
A Santa Dash and Character Fun Run is scheduled for 6.30pm leaving from the Pier.
Santa is traditionally piped into Perceval Square by the Lewis Pipe Band and this year he will be accompanied by a torch-lit parade, LED Winged Dancers, Neon Lit Bikers and more, starting at 6.45pm.
Artizan Café will be open to the public on the night serving Mulled Wine as well as many more themed delicacies and An Lanntair Arts Centre are hosting Christmas-Decoration-Making workshops between 6 and 8pm.
The Hebridean Tea Store will also be open for refreshments and Porkies Grill & Fish Bar will be in the square.
Youngsters can visit Santa in his ever-popular Grotto at Pointers Youth Cafe.
The Stornoway Amenity Trust hope everyone will attend and enjoy what is promising to be an excellent family night.