There were those who remember clearly:
There were also a number of art exhibitions scattered around town, a series of photos by Melissa Powel and David Fletcher and Greg Pritchard’s “The Frame” located just down the road towards the mount. There was a very successful show in the Goat Gallery. Anthony Pelchen exhibited in the Lutheran Church, Peter Hill in the National Hotel, and Ewen Ross in the Lutheran Hall. There was the Dunny Trail, an art trail taking in the backyard dunnies of the town. And a sculpture exhibition in the Anglican hall. It was also the year that Skink Press, the publishing arm of the Frinj was launched with the release of Dr Rob Lynch’s The Rope Dancer.
Although the Frinj had dabbled with after parties in 2005 they employed Melbourne’s Adult Youth to run a dance party. It went off. It has ushered in a trend for Frinj’s to have a dance party or some over the weekend.