By JUSTIN JENVEY

Myrtleford Times - - News -

THERE will be lit­tle change to next year’s Bright Au­tumn Fes­ti­val with or­gan­is­ers happy with what is now part of the an­nual pro­gram.

Or­gan­is­ers have built the pro­gram up over re­cent years with the ad­di­tion of a num­ber of new events and ac­tiv­i­ties.

Com­mit­tee pres­i­dent Bren­dan Hol­land said the fes­ti­val now had a good mix of things to do dur­ing day and at night over its 10 days.

“We’re not look­ing to put a lot of new things on the pro­gram next year, ba­si­cally what we’ll do is con­sol­i­date what we have achieved over the last two fes­ti­vals,” he said.

“We added three or four new events in each of the past two years, this year we added a few night events, which there was a lack of, and that has helped fill out the pro­gram.”

The Bright Brew­ery Bush Dance, Buck­land Val­ley Au­tumn Har­vest, In­stameet, Metal and Wood Day work­shops, Suit­case Sale, Evening of Po­etry and Yarns and Dare­bin Brass Band con­cert are among the new events.

“We have re­booked the Dare­bin Brass Band to play at the com­mu­nity

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