Peninsula students attend dance festival
Students from Umina Beach Public School performed in the 30th annual Central Coast Dance Festival.
The festival ran from June 24 through to July 4 and saw hundreds of dancers from public schools across the Central Coast take to the Laycock Theatre's stage over eight performances.
The 2019 festival marked the 30th anniversary of the event and celebrated three decades of dance, creativity and community amongst the region's public primary and high schools.
Other schools on the Peninsula take took part in this year's festival were Woy Woy South Public School, Pretty Beach Public School, Woy Woy Public School and both campuses of Brisbane Water Secondary College.
Umina Beach Public School principal Ms Lyn Davis said the Umina dancers dazzled the audience with their vibrant costumes and energetic performance.
Newsletter, 2 Jul 2019
Lyn Davis, Umina Beach Public School
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