Performers from two Orange dance groups will join others from across the Central West, Blue Mountains, Sydney and Canberra in a vibrant multicultural celebration at Dance from Far Horizons at Kenna Hall on Saturday.
Orange Culture Hub co-vice president John Burke said Orange Tribal Fusion Group will perform a modern tribal style belly dance taking inspiration from Central Asia, India, North America the Middle East and Spain, and the Shimmy Sisters was an oriental belly dancing group.
"It's a celebration of cultural diversity through the expression of dance, which itself promotes wellbeing," he said.
"It's about bringing different cultures together in friendship."
Dance from Far Horizons will feature dance styles from around the world including Egypt, France, Turkey and Latin America and as as performances there will be some audience involvement.
Everyone is welcome to attend and bring a plate of food to share. Entry is $2 per person at the door and people are urged to get there between 6pm and 6.15pm.
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