It will not be long until Helensburgh and Lomond Highland Games 2012 and if you're going, the chances are you will be taking lots of snaps, and maybe even your own video footage.
Now in its fifth year, the games will be on Saturday, June 2 with Diarmid MacAulay as chieftain.
When s1helensburgh spoke to the Helensburgh and Lomond Highland Games chairman, Sephton MacQuire, he gave us an idea of what to expect at this year's event: "We've got four championships - the British 90m, 200m and 800m, and the Scottish shot putt.
"We've got about 30-40 stalls and we've got the usual, such as the bouncy castle, the slides, the climbing wall, puppeteer, all the school relays and much more.
"The West of Scotland Military Wives Choir will be there, the Lomond School Gaelic Choir, Clann an Drumma and of course, the Helensburgh Pipe Bands will all be there. The heavy events will be bigger - we've got lots of big Scottish heavyweights are coming. And we've got a mini heavyweight for primary children to take part in."
"The Helensburgh Games are very popular, people come from all over. They're getting bigger every year."
Why not share your pics, videos and memories of this year's event with the rest of the community on s1helensburgh? It doesn't matter if it's a quick snapshot taken on a phone, it will still look good on the site and it means everyone can see it and be proud of the town.
All you have to do is click the red 'News' tab on the right and upload your stories, pictures and videos for all to see.
Entry to the games is £5 adults, £2 for children 16 and under, £3 concessions, family ticket £12 for 2x2. To find out more about Helensburgh and Lomond Highland Games 2012, to enter, or to view a programme of events, click here.