STUDENTS of The Dancers Zone in Horsham will put on their dancing shoes for the mid-year concert at the Horsham Town Hall on Sunday.
The students will take on the stage with 35 performances in tap, jazz, lyrical, hop-hop and musical theatre. The show starts at 2.30pm.
Sherryn Simpson, will support her daughters Madeline, 3, and Rhianna, 5, along with 20 other family members in the audience.
Ms Simpson said it was Rhianna's fourth and Madeline's second concert.
"Rhianna is in the preschool group so she does jazz and tap dance. Madeline is in the Baby Ballet group," she said.
The Baby Ballet group will entertain the audience in their pink tutu costumes.
Ms Simpson said her daughters rehearsed once a week for the big day. She said she was excited to see them perform.
"I am pleased that they are happy to have a go and the enjoy the dancing," she said.
Volunteer Linda Hobbs said she helped in executing the event.
"I help out backstage, help get the kids organised and get them onstage," she said.
Ms Hobbs was an instructor at The Dancers Zone before she moved to Ballarat for higher studies. She said she helped out with the routines every time she was visiting Horsham.
"I used to perform here. I used to dance for 15 years," she said.
The concert will see a large variety of routine performances.
"The wiggles number is a good one. Our senior group put together a lots of different wiggle songs for the little kids to join in at the end," Ms Hobbs said.
"The kids and the teacher have worked really hard. It would be great to see a lovely full audience to come and support our kids who just want to put on a great show."
Principal dance instructor Lynne McKenzie said students of all age-groups would be performing.
"They have all been practicing since February. Our theme is madhouse, so we got a few songs to match that theme," she said.
About 10 instructors and volunteers are putting together the routines.
"Younger students come up and help us as well. It's a great experience for them," she said.
"They come up through the ranks, they start when they are little and do their examinations. It's great to see them grow up and become helpers and then become teachers."
Ms McKenzie's nine-year-old daughter, Ella will also be performing at the concert.
"She does three groups. She does tap and jazz, lyrical and musical theatre," she said.
Ms McKenzie said she had a "sensational team" who supported and helped put the event together.
"A huge congratulations to everyone, not just the instructors but also who put the costumes together. That's a huge team and they do a beautiful job twice a year. We do this back again in December"
Ms McKenzie said tickets were selling fast and she hoped to see full house for the concert.
Wimmera events to mark in your diary, June 21 to June 27
MY Son Pinocchio Junior at Holy Trinity Lutheran College, Horsham. Students performing the classic Disney story from Geppetto's perspective. Show starts at 7pm; tickets from $10.
ROYAL Pride Night at Royal Hotel, Horsham. Hosted by The Wimmera Pride Project. Event featuring Drags Aloud performance. Event starts at 8pm; free entry.
PERFORMANCE by Melbourne band Mudtrain at Gift Hotel, Stawell from 9.30pm. Free entry.
WORLD Dachshund Day celebrations at Now Dach's a Gallery, Edenhope. Meet dachshund owners in the Wimmera from 11am to 3pm. Gold coin entry.
SECRET Life of Pets 2 Movie Fundraiser at Centre Cinema, Horsham. Hosted by Horsham PAWS. Screening from 2pm to 5pm. Tickets start at $15.
PRE-LOVED Market and Coffee at Nourish'd Eatery, Horsham. Market selling pre-owned clothes, shoes and accessories. Prices ranging from $5 to $50. Event starts at 9am.
ONE Block Wonder quilting workshop at Little Desert Quilts near Kaniva. Weekend times: June 21, 6pm to 9pm; June 22, 9am to 5pm; June 23, 9am to 3pm. Tickets priced at $270.
WESTERN Victoria Careers Expo at Wimmera Events Centre, Longerenong. Expo from 9.30am to 2pm. Free entry.
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