The Shiamak Bollywood Dance Team will visit the Senior Come Share Society this weekend to offer seniors a day of dancing.

The healing power of dance

Peninisula seniors invited to take part in Bollywood lessons, performance

The Senior Come Share Society will be organizing a day of dance for seniors and their caregivers Saturday.

The Shiamak Bollywood Dance Team – who performed for the Times of India film festival – will be visiting the South Surrey facility, 15008 26 Ave., to teach dance lessons as well as perform for the group.

The initiative, called Dance for Good, is free for the seniors and their caregivers and aims to heal people through dance, said event organizer Sean Bindra.

“This will be a wonderful experience for our seniors and our caregivers,” Bindra said.

The event – set to begin at 2:30 p.m. – is for members of Senior Come Share Society and caregivers only. For more information, visit www.comeshare.ca

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