GOT that Friday feeling?

Looking for something to do this weekend?

Here are our five top picks of what you should definitely check-out if you are out and about on the Isle of Wight this weekend...

1. Eklectica Festival, Robin Hill Country Park, (all weekend).

Eklectica — the festival that encourages people to step out of their comfort zone, explore new music and immerse themselves in festival culture — is back and ready to rave.

Taking place at Robin Hill Country Park this weekend, the line-up includes The Fratellis, Pixie Lott, Toploader, Scouting For Girls, The Noisettes, The Hoosiers, Reggie Yates (DJ set) and Tinchy Stryder.

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2. Earl Slick, Quay Arts, Newport, tonight (Friday), 7.30pm.

American guitarist Earl Slick — best known for his seminal work with David Bowie and John Lennon — talks about his career, performs extracts from songs and takes questions from the audience at Quay Arts .

The talk/performance will be followed by an audience Q&A and then photo opportunities and autographs.

See today's Isle of Wight County Press for a full interview with the legendary guitarist.

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3. Under the Pier, western side of Ryde Pier, Sunday, from 3.30pm.

One of the more unusual summer events on the Isle of Wight, Under the Pier will return to Ryde for its fifth year this Sunday.

The event is a magical, informal introduction to the curious marine life that makes its home under one of the Isle of Wight's iconic landmarks — Ryde Pier.

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4. Heritage Open Days, Newport Roman Villa (Saturday, 10.30am to 3pm) and St Mary's Church, Carisbrooke (Saturday).

Newport Roman Villa, in Cyprus Road, will be open free of charge tomorrow (Saturday). The villa was discovered in 1926, and has been described as 'one of the best examples of Roman baths in Southern England'.

Meanwhile, join Richard Smout and his team on a guided tour of St Mary's Church, Carisbrooke, tomorrow (Saturday), taking in the history and working of this beautiful medieval church.

There will also be tower tours — just be prepared to climb the 61 stone spiral stairs to the ringing chamber and a further 30 to the belfry!

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5. Niton and Whitwell Horticultural Show, Niton Village Hall, Saturday, from 2pm.

Isle of Wight gardeners have had a rough time lately with one of the hottest summers on record bringing its own challenges for the Island's growers.

Even more reason then to support this traditional show in picturesque Niton, which promises a wide variety of flowers, fruit, vegetables, floral art and home produce.

The Isle of Wight Horticultural Association is also holding its annual summer show this weekend at Thompsons Garden Centre, Watery Lane, Newchurch, from 12.30pm, with prize-giving at 4pm.

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For full event listings, see today's Isle of Wight County Press.

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