Iain McCulloch and Ray O'Brien are two of the latest playing legends to join the special free Christmas Pies with the 'Pies event at Meadow Lane on Saturday.
Legends from five decades will gather to meet with fans in the Broken Wheelbarrow from 11-12.30pm ahead of the Sky Bet League Two fixture with Cambridge United.
Fans will be able to meet players, have Christmas presents signed and pose for selfies while enjoying mince pies and getting into the Christmas spirit.
McCulloch and O'Brien were both key players in the club's meteoric rise into the old top flight under Jimmy Sirrel and Howard Wilkinson.
They will be joined by Steve Cherry, Gary Lund and Dave Regis from the Warnock era, while Brian Bates and Dick Edwards fly the Magpies flag from the sixties and Ian Richardson and Mark Robson from slightly more modern times.
Notts' former managers will be represented by John Barnwell and Mick Walker.
The event will be hosted by Notts record goalscorer Les Bradd and director Paul Mace, who have both published books on the club - Life at the Far Post and One Flew Over the Magpies Nest.
Players will be interviewed on stage, regaling fans with anecdotes from years gone by.
Admission is free and there is no need for a ticket.