PRINCESSES, Clydesdales, free live music, kids’ entertainment, an old fashioned parade, markets and much more are among attractions to be seen and enjoyed at the 55th Myrtleford Festival.
Festivities begin tomorrow with the International Women’s Day Breakfast, The Marchies Art Exhibition, Men’s Shed Open Day, and the Coffee Bean Roast’n’Ride.
Myrtleford Festival committee member Kylie Britt said the festival is a key event for the Myrtleford community, who put on a fantastic program of events over the five day long weekend.
“It’s both a celebration of all the things that the community love about living in Myrtleford as well as a time to reflect on the town’s pioneering history,” she said.
“The event is a chance to have fun, relax, be entertained, catch up with family and friends, and just have a great weekend.
“There is a diverse range of activities and events on offer for everyone to experience…and the major of events are free.”