By JUSTIN JENVEY
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