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    Hoedowns for Country Towns featuring Ell Regan

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    Hoedowns for Country Towns featuring Ell Regan

    All Ages Arena Live Music

    March 19 2022

    Start: 7:00pm

    Finish: 11:00pm

    Free event supporting the charity organisation Aussie Helpers

    Line Dancing from 7pm
    Live music by Ell Regan from 9pm

    Adults and families both welcome for attend

    Hoedowns for Country Towns

    The Nuts & Bolts

    Two 20-something country gals, Claire Harris and Kate Strong, hitting the road and driving in excess of 20,000km around Australia from March to November 2022, teaching line dancing to anyone, anywhere and raising money for rural charities along the way. We plan to attend and teach at big country events and festivals, as well as in pubs and halls, and at iconic
    Australian destinations.

    The Reason

    Those who believe they can turn their dreams into reality, are the ones who do. Travelling Australia line dancing is something we have wanted to do for a few years now, ever since the first day we met and became good friends at a line dancing barn in Toowoomba in mid-2018. With both our jobs requiring frequent rural travel, and with country connections all across Australia, we are all too aware of the importance of bringing rural communities together through ‘not to be missed’ events.

    We are hoping to instill a love of line dancing in people right across the country, but not in a regimented way. When teaching, anyone and everyone is invited to give boot-scootin’ a try, with FUN as the number one priority. If people have never danced before, or have two left feet, or have a bit left to be desired in the coordination department, that won’t matter in the slightest. As long as people are together and having fun, that’s all that is important.

    We will be raising money for rural charities along the way. We have chosen seven charities to support, one each in Qld, SA, NT, WA, Vic, Tas and NSW.