Guests dance the night away at Harvey Spring Ball

David CharlesworthHarvey-Waroona Reporter
Rosetta and Albert Patane, of Bunbury.
Camera IconRosetta and Albert Patane, of Bunbury.

Dancers from across the South West enjoyed a night of grace and elegance for the annual Spring Ball at Uduc Hall in Harvey on September 16.

Seventy-three guests performed 58 dances over the course of the night in old time and new vogue ballroom styles.

Organiser Brian Kealley said the night was always popular with nearly a dozen more people than last year attending.

Colin Shaw, of Bunbury, and Eileen Hemley, of Eaton.
Camera IconColin Shaw, of Bunbury, and Eileen Hemley, of Eaton.

New vogue is an Australian style of ballroom dancing created in the 1930s.

The Uduc Old Time New Vogue Dance Club practises each week at the hall and often travels to dances in Australind, Dardanup and Mandurah.

“At our club we do a mixture of old time and new vogue dances and have a dance list of about 85 different dances,” Mr Kealley said.

More pictures from the Ball:

Maud and Neil Morrison, of Eaton.
Camera IconMaud and Neil Morrison, of Eaton.
Rosemay Alexander, of Treendale, and David Webb, of Busselton.
Camera IconRosemay Alexander, of Treendale, and David Webb, of Busselton.
Pauline and Neil Nuttall, of Bunbury.
Camera IconPauline and Neil Nuttall, of Bunbury.
Dolores and Frank Suckling, of Brunswick.
Camera IconDolores and Frank Suckling, of Brunswick.
Danny and Michelle Upton, of Harvey.
Camera IconDanny and Michelle Upton, of Harvey.
Helen and Vern Mitchell, of Busselton.
Camera IconHelen and Vern Mitchell, of Busselton.
Joe and Lena Cherubino, of Harvey, and Sarina and Ralph Macri, of Australind.
Camera IconJoe and Lena Cherubino, of Harvey, and Sarina and Ralph Macri, of Australind.

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