Local Dancing with the Stars entrants strut their stuff.
Local Dancing with the Stars entrants strut their stuff. Trevor Veale

Dancers to hit the streets

THERE will be dancing in the streets on Friday.

Contestants from the ‘Dancing with Coffs Coast Stars' competition will put on their dancing shoes to give locals a taste of what's to come at the gala charity evening to benefit the Cancer Council being held on February 4.

Come along to city square in Harbour Drive this Friday from 11am to 1pm to enjoy a dance display, live music and special giveaways. Meet some of the local stars who are putting their ‘dance dignity' on the line all in the name of charity.

The team from the Cancer Council will be on hand to take bookings for the ‘Dancing with Coffs Coast Stars' evening.

As well as being an exciting and entertaining dance competition, the Ben Francis Band will be playing until midnight at the Dancing with Coffs Coast Stars event so you'll have the chance to give your own dancing shoes a work out.

Dress is cocktail, the evening will begin 7.30pm at C.ex Coffs and tickets are $50 each.

Free drink and canapes on arrival and a deli platter will be served to each table. Tables of 10 are available.

Organised seating means you can choose where to sit, but first to book will have first choice.

If you can't make it to city square this Friday to watch the dance display and book your ticket for the February 4 event, drop into Park Beach Plaza on Thursday, January 27, where the dancers will be strutting their stuff on centre stage. Bookings are also being taken at the Cancer Council, 121 High Street, Coffs Harbour or call 6659 8400 or email fionaf@nswcc.org.au

See Saturday's Coffs Coast Advocate for backstage details on the Dancing with Coffs Coast Stars event .



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