Boogie time

PHOTO: GERARD O'BRIEN
PHOTO: GERARD O'BRIEN
Valley Bluegrass Band members (from left) Steve Barkman, Robbie Stevens, Dave Coleclough and Carola Dunbar get people with disabilities up and dancing during the 2019 Great Sunday Shindig at the South Dunedin Community Hall yesterday.

The free event was designed to be accessible and inclusive, and attracted about 300 people.

Local Dunedin musicians from Jo Little & Jared Smith Band, Bulletproof Convertible, the Cosmic Jive Quartet, and the Valley Bluegrass Band provided live music, while Signal Hill Studios did screen printing on T-shirts, and Tahu Mackenzie did face painting.

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