Family dance

Rock to The Band Matheson at Edward Milne community school

Get on your dancin’ shoes, practice your favourite dance moves and get ready to rock!

The Edward Milne Musical Theatre group is putting on a dance as a fundraiser of the musical theatre group made up of students from both the high school and Journey middle school. The dance spectacular is on Thursday, May 16 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the EMCS gymnasium.

The dance is not restricted to the older teens but will be a family dance and show.

The EMCS Musical Theatre group will be performing some of the numbers they will do in their musical in June, tentatively names Steam Punk and Pirates, a show the senior students wrote.

What’s a dance without a band? The Band Matheson will be performing for the dance.

Lots for everyone, prizes, food, novelties and of course, the favourite — fun!

Tickets are available at the EMCS office. at $4 single or $10 for a family.

Get out and support your youth and have some great fun in the process.

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