DREAM Festival's once-in-a-lifetime breakfast

Richie McKay and Kevin Saul
Richie McKay and Kevin Saul
Jay Watson and Andrew McKay

Jay Watson and Andrew McKay

Helen Skinner, Fay Marr, Anne Field, Molly Skinner, Grace Skinner and Will Skinner

Helen Skinner, Fay Marr, Anne Field, Molly Skinner, Grace Skinner and Will Skinner

Hannah Soole, Cheryl Burke, Danielle Soole and Peita Buchanan

Hannah Soole, Cheryl Burke, Danielle Soole and Peita Buchanan

Nasser and Farzan Sedghi

Nasser and Farzan Sedghi

Lydia Smith and Jenny Webber

Lydia Smith and Jenny Webber

Noel Baker, Bruce Buchanan and John Webber

Noel Baker, Bruce Buchanan and John Webber

John Walkom and Michelle Dean.

John Walkom and Michelle Dean.

ON DECEMBER 12, 2112, a time capsule will be eligible to be opened with details of life in our city and in particular how its DREAM (Dubbo Regional Entertainment, Arts and Music) festival contributed to the city's social life.

On Wednesday a special breakfast in the restaurant of the Western Plains Cultural Centre saw 12 people give a two-minute speech on how they envisaged the festival, while in its infancy, would continue to grow and prosper.

All of the contributions were placed in the time capsule with the explicit instruction of not to open it until 100 years in the future.