AN annual Highland Games with a 137-year history will be held next weekend.
The Luss Highland Games includes sports, music and dancing to entertain all the family on Saturday from 11am until 5pm in the Loch Lomondside village.
Helensburgh and District Pipe Band will march from Luss Pier to the Games field, before Chieftain Sir Malcolm Colquhoun of Luss officially opens the event.
There will be traditional events such as tossing the caber, sprints, obstacle races, cycling and a hill race.
Members of Dumbarton's Amateur Weightlifting Club will show off their strength and a Scottish Championship tug o' war, a shot putt and a kilted dash will also take place.
Local crafts and trades will be showcased on stalls throughout the field.
The event dates back to 1875 and marks the annual Clan Colquhoun Gathering.
Anne Paterson, secretary of the organising committee, said: "Traditional events and family fun remain at the heart of the Games."
Entry costs £6 per adult and £3 concessions and a family ticket is £14. For more information visit www.lusshighlandgames.co.uk.