8am Flag-raising ceremony, Golden Bauhinia Square. Officiated by Chief Executive Donald Tsang Yam-kuen, the ceremony will be accompanied by performances from the police band and a mixed choir from the Diocesan boys' and girls' schools. A reception, with a performance by the Hong Kong Dance Federation, will follow. 12pm to 5pm National Day Carnival, Stanley Plaza Village Square. In addition to dragon and lion dances, there will be juggling and handicraft stalls. 2pm to 5pm National Day celebration carnival, Chater Road pedestrian precinct. Highlights include a children's martial arts performance, Chinese magic, folk arts and crafts and games stalls. 4.30pm to 10pm Carnival and fireworks spectacular, Tamar site. There will be games stalls and stage performances. 7pm to 8.30pm variety show, Hong Kong Coliseum 8pm to 9pm Harbour City concert, Ocean Terminal rooftop car park. Artists Hins Cheung and group Rednoon will perform before the fireworks display. 9.15pm to 9.38pm Fireworks display over Victoria Harbour. All day Shau Kei Wan: parade and dragon boat races. Activities also include dragon and lion dances and a procession of floats. All day Kwai Tsing: flag-raising ceremony followed by a variety show. Highlights include lion dance, a marching band, Chinese arts and crafts and acrobatics. All day Kwun Tong: National Day carnival. Entertainment includes a stage programme and games stalls. All day Diamond Hill: kite festival with Hong Kong's biggest goldfish kite on display along with more than 80 others from across the mainland. A stage performance and a kite-making demonstration are included.