A White Night light installation will return this weekend to honour the fallen in the lead up to this weekend’s Remembrance Day.
The projection onto the Soldiers Memorial Institute proved one of the most popular works at the September White Night, with large crowds gathering out the front to reflect on the Anzac spirit.
The projection will be accompanied by buglers from five different local bands and comes through a partnership between the The department of premier and cabinet, the City of Greater Bendigo and the Bendigo District RSL Sub-Branch.
Sunday marks 100 years to the day since the end of a war so violent and bloody it was often described as the war to end all wars.
In Bendigo, Remembrance Day will be marked by a march from the town hall to the Soldiers Memorial Institute at 9.45am, to be followed by a commemorative service.
A service at the Eaglehawk Memorial in Brassey Square will take place from 10.45am.
People are also being encouraged to ring bells for five minutes from 11.10am. It will replicate the moment official news reached Bendigo that the ceasefire had begun.
The projection will grace the building from 8pm until 12pm this Friday and Saturday.
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