Villagers will be out in force later today for the 32nd Abbots Langley Carnival.
With the weather set to be fair from 8am onwards, organisers are putting on a series of events throughout the day and the fun fair will run into this evening.
The float procession will be judged at 11am on School Mead, before setting off for Abbots Langley High Street at 12pm. Fun fairs and stalls will also open at 12pm.
The procession will start at School Mead, before heading down Hazelwood Lane towards Gallows Hill Lane, Popes Road before turning on to Trowley Rise, before heading up Tibbs Hill Road, before arriving at the High Street between 12.45 and 1pm.
Between 1.15pm and 4.30pm, there will be a series of events in the main arena, and these include a mountain bike display team, bands and majorettes.
The mountain bike display team, Team M.A.D, which is made up of former World and British champions, will perform a variety of stunts including jumps, hops and balance techniques.
The dog obedience display will start at 2.20 and will be followed by the dog agility show at 3.15.
These events will be held in the dog show arena.
Other events announced for the carnival include routines from local dance groups, Aviv and Hot & Bothered, Majorettes, performances from Harpenden Pipe Band and Abbots Langley School Choir, a dog show, dog agility displays, Punch and Judy, bouncy castles, a climbing wall, go-karts, shooting and plate smashing.