Dancing by the Water attracts 20 dancers
The Central Coast Bush Dance and Music Association's second Dancing by the Water evening attracted more than 20 dancers to Lions Park, Woy Woy, on January 12.
"The gods smiled upon us that day and delivered a perfect summer evening," said association secretary Ms Robyn Northwood.
"We had more than 20 dancers wander in to socialise, picnic and dance during the evening.
"We danced Thady You Gander, Big Circle Waltz, Blackwattle Reel, Boston Two Step, Marching Through Georgia, St David's Waltz and The Black Nag.
"We also challenged the more experienced dancers with Levi Jackson and Queen of Sheba.
"It was delightful," Ms Northwood said.
Media release, 16 Jan 2019
Robyn Northwood, CCBMA
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