IF you're looking for a day full of exciting fun for families, look no further than the day long festival of The Hills News M2 Run for the Hills.
The main stage entertainment, courtesy of Castle Towers, will be on from 10am to 3pm with a line-up of local performers and My Kitchen Rocks presentations from The Hills Council.
Australian boy band What About Tonight will headline the event with a performance at 12.30pm, followed by signings of their latest single Time Of Our Lives.
Event sponsor Event Cinemas will screen a free movie for families at 3pm and have donated a 12-month gold class pass valued at $1000 and a private gold class screening for 30 people worth $2500 as prizes for the highest fundraisers.
General manager of Castle Hill Event Cinemas Lanai Stanger said she is proud to sponsor such a "great community event".
The Hills News M2 Run for the Hills is an 8-kilometre fun run that will start and finish on Main Street, Castle Hill.
The festival's main stage will be located on the intersection of Old Northern Road and Crane Road. For children there will be a carnival, zoo with 45 animals and pony rides — all free.
All money raised will go to Lifestart, an organisation that provides early childhood intervention for children disabilities.