A fun day will be hosted by Queen of the South football club for supporters.
It is set to take place on Saturday, 25 June at Palmerston Park and will include training sessions for primary school children from 10am.
A match between the club and Rangers Legends is then going to take place from 2pm.
Former QoS and Rangers Legends players will attend, including Paul Burns, Steven Bowey, Sean O'Connor, Barry Ferguson, Gordon Durie and Peter Lovenkrands.
Queen of the South football club will be hosting their next supporters meeting on Tuesday, 20 June.
Manager, Gary Naysmith and Assistant Manager, Dougie Anderson, will both attend and give a small talk.
It will take place at the hospitality lounge in Palmerston Park.
All of the club's supporters are welcome and are able to suggest items for the agenda by getting in touch with the team in advance.
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Fans under the age of 15 will be given free admission to the Queen of the South versus Falkirk game this Saturday 4th of March.
The offer is open to fans of both teams.
It is part of an initiative to encourage as many people as possible to attend the game, as the championship team take on Falkirk, Dunfermline and Morton within one week.
They've described it as a "season defining time for the first team squad".
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Queen of the South fans say they're happy with the appointment of Gary Naysmith as the new manager, and hope he can help turn things around at the club.
They spoke to ITV Border before the Doonhamer's 3-2 defeat by St Mirren at Palmerston Park on Tuesday evening.
Naysmith had only had one training session with the squad before the match, so fans say they're willing to give him a chance: