Mentorship-hop: You can do this

These lads and girls learnt the skills of hip hop and break-dance through the Homebase Mentorship Program and went to Beef Week in Casino where they demonstrated the art of this type of dance.

The Homebase Mentorship Program began in April with a three-day induction at Lismore City Hall for 19 chosen participants from all over the region Tenterfield, Yamba, Grafton, Byron, Lismore, Mullumbimby and Murwillumbah.

These Homebase participants are running a workshop as part of their mentorship program.

The hip hop workshop will be held before the Bass Jump Hip Hop & RnB Party (held by North Coast Community Connections) at the PCYC in Lismore this Friday, June 23, from 4.30-6.30pm. Cost is $10/6.

The workshop tutors Daniella Finekenauer, Jason Campbell and Ryan Dillon are all members of the hip hop group Urban Street Rural Beat and are Homebase mentors. (They will perform at the hip hop party afterwards.)

Bring water and loose clothing.

Bookings can be made with Bernadette at NORPA Dance Action on 6622 3279 or 0410 833 000. Or just turn up at 4.30pm.

The Bass Jump Hip Hop & RnB Party will start at 7pm.


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