Free admission is being offered to supporters aged 15 or under for the Championship match against fellow promotion hopefuls Falkirk, on March 4.
Manager Gary Naysmith said: “We’ve really kicked on in the last few weeks and have pushed ourselves back into the promotion chasing pack.
“One of the teams that we will be competing against for one of those four places will be Falkirk, so it would be great to have a large home backing for the boys.”
Director Mark Blount, speaking on behalf of the board, said: “We want to give the manager and the players as much support as we can for the final push towards the end of season play-offs.
“Hopefully they can help generate an atmosphere and spur the players onto victory in such an important match”.
Naysmith added: “This is a great offer from the club, it really does help the players when they’re playing in front of a bigger crowd.
“As it’s free of charge for youngsters it’s a win win situation for club and supporters, so please come along and encourage the players in what will hopefully be a win on the park as well as off it”.
The offer is extended to both sets of supporters and entrance will be by ticket which will be available from the usual ticket booths on proof of age.