About 80 people of all ages took to the dancefloor at the Esperance Senior Citizens Centre on Saturday, October 5, to groove the night away at the Senior Citizens Spring Dance.
Ladies and gentlemen twirled across the dancefloor while onlookers enjoyed nibbles, bottomless tea, coffee and delicious homemade lamingtons prepared by volunteers.
DJ Gerry Henderson brought dancers to their feet with a mix of classic and contemporary hits.
The crowd also enjoyed a live performance by the Super Troopers who performed a song from their live show, Shades of Blue, performed at the Bijou Theatre in May, 2019.
Event coordinator Sally Ashbil said she was pleased to see so much fun had by all attendees.
"It's just an opportunity for people of all ages to get out, it's very healthy for people to get out, dance and to socialise," she said.
Mrs Ashbil said the Senior Citizens Spring Dance was the first held at the centre for many years and she hoped they could host more in the future.