The Junee Rhythm n Rail Festival is on the rocks, with doubts over whether the current small team of volunteers can deliver the huge event next year.
President of the Rhythm n Rail Festival Association Jeanne Kennedy said while they desperately don’t want to see it fold, the current six volunteers can’t do it alone.
“We simply don’t have enough to do a top job and we don’t want it to be half-baked,” she said.
“We’re ever hopeful it will go ahead, it’s just about how much ahead we can make it go.”
Ms Kennedy called an urgent executive meeting over resources concerns to be held tomorrow evening to determine "Does the Junee Community really want the Rhythm N Rail Festival?"
The meeting is open to all and will begin at 6pm Wednesday, November 8 at the Ex Services Club.
The attendance and response at the meeting will determine if the 2018 Festival will go ahead and if so, which events will need to be cut from the program.
If it comes down to it, the multicultural day, a new event planned for Sunday will be among the first events to be cut.
The committee currently consists of six volunteers. Ms Kennedy said all it would take is 6-12 more to put up their hand.
“A dozen good people and we would be in heaven,” Ms Kennedy said.
“We’re not dogmatic and harsh, we just want enthusiasm and fun, we want it to be an enjoyable experience and not a chore.”
Next year will mark the festival’s 10th anniversary.