Bombers supporters are invited to the club's first open training of 2020 on Friday, which will coincide with the Skipper's Shave.
Held at The Hangar, the players will hit the track at 10am before captain Dyson Heppell has his trademark locks shaved at midday to raise funds for the bushfire crisis.
The session will mark the Bombers' first of the new year following a three-week Christmas break, with the Bomber Cafe and Bomber Shop also back in business.
If you haven't already, you can donate to the Skipper's Shave before Friday, with $182k raised thanks to the generosity of 2,697 donors at the time of publishing.
All funds raised from the campaign will be donated to Wildlife Victoria and the Gippsland Emergency Relief Fund.
If you can't make it to The Hangar on Friday, be sure to stay tuned to the club's digital channels to watch the shave unfold.
Please note: When visiting The Hangar, be mindful of speed limits down the Melrose Drive entry where trade and construction vehicles will be accessing the construction site area. Car parking is limited, with visitors required to park in surrounding areas.