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Cancellation Of the 2021 Cobargo Festival

In a message from the President of the Yuin Folk Club to members and the community Peter Logue said "It’s become clear to us at the Yuin Folk Club that, for the second year in a row, we won’t be able to put on the usual three day Cobargo Folk Festival set for 26-28 Feb 2021. "As well as the restrictions placed upon all of us by Covid, many of our organisers and volunteers are still working hard to recover from the effects of the New Year’s Eve bushfires. Those fires have had a direct impact on many of our leadership team and it’s important that they have time to get back to what now passes for normal. "As a committee we are continuing to look at some options, restricted though they might be, to bring the joy of music and fun back to our bruised village. Covid makes it virtually impossible to plan anything with a degree of certainty but stand by for some announcements over coming weeks and months.

Image: Cobargo Folk Festival

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