Harmony Day enjoyed by all

MAKING the most of Harmony Day celebrations in Alpine Shire last week were (from left) Michaela, Campbell and Phoebe Nightingale, who explored the Make it, Bake it, Grow it market after the official ceremony was over. See page 6 for more photos and story.PHOTO: Vanessa Burgess

BRIGHT and Myrtleford communities celebrated Harmony Day with performances, friendship, music and food last Saturday.

March 21 is Harmony Day and celebrations were held at Bright’s Howitt Park in conjunction with the monthly Make it, Bake it, Grow it market and in Myrtleford at the Neighborhood Centre.

Alpine Shire councillor Kate Farrell attended the event in Bright and welcomed everyone.

“The message of Harmony Day is everyone belongs, no matter what country they’re from,” she said.

The Bright P12 College choir and concert band students performed a range of songs including Trumpet Hero, Heroes and Glory, Let it Go, Welcome to New York, I am Australian and I am Children of the World.

The school’s year nine band The 5th Union also performed Youth, much to the delight of the crowd.

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