Around 140 people from across Dumfries and Galloway came together to take part in the region's first disability sport talent identification day.
The athletes were aged between 12 and 65 and were given the chance to try out different sports and find out what classes are taking place in their area.
The festival was also a chance for people with sporting talent to be shown how to progress to the next level. Representatives from Scottish Disability Sport attended the event to scout out potential stars.
They were impressed with several of the athletes and will give them the right guidance to progress onto the next level.
The idea was to encourage people with a range of disabilities to get out and socialise, whilst enjoying sport. Organisers wanted to give everyone a taster of some of the sports on offer and show them how to get involved.
Lori Carnochan went along to have a look at the sports on offer.