TOWN'S achievements this season will be marked in many ways.
Manager Peter Jackson has inspired a wonderful revival to take the club to the brink of promotion.
And fans have responded superbly by backing the team and the club, which was within hours of folding only nine months ago because of dire financial problems.
One of the more unusual projects associated with the McAlpine resurgence is Huddersfield Town The Musical.
And supporters have their one and only chance to see it performed in the McAlpine banqueting suite on Tuesday (7.30, entry on the door £5).
It's the culmination of months of hard work for students at Bretton Hall and the funds raised will go towards the club's Academy set-up.
Members of the Supporters Trust have already had a sneak preview, and they were mightily impressed.
"It's a unique show and, having had the pleasure of seeing some of it already, I can tell people that it's excellent, thoroughly enjoyable for everyone," said the Trust's chairman, Robert Pepper.
"Anyone with an interest in Town or, indeed, in musicals generally, will have a super night.
"I think people were a bit sceptical when they heard about this at the outset, but the material the students have written is extremely good.
"The performance is very professional too and it not only entails an intriguing storyline, but some tremendous music throughout. It's very good."
Tickets are available from the club (cash or cheque only) and online from www.htst.info
Fans can pay at the door, however, and help the Trust raise more funds for the Academy, which is already looking to produce more stars of the future.
A cheque for £6,500, taking the total donated by the Trust this season to £15,000, was presented to the Academy last Saturday by Trust stalwarts Sandra and Keith Burns, Sandra's brother John Collins and his daughter, Sarah.