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Teen dance party to be held at PCYC
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Teen dance party to be held at PCYC

The Young Authentic and Social program at the Naughty Noodle Fun Haus has a free school holiday program which includes a dance party for teenagers at PCYC Umina on April 21.

"These events are for marginalised youth, including LGBTQIA+, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, youth living with disability and of course their allies," said youth worker Ms Carlee Heise.

"Ending the school holidays and launching Youth Week with a bang, we want to see everyone come along to our third dance party," she said.

The "Supreme Beings" Teen Dance Party will be open to all 12-17 year old gender and sexually diverse youth and their mates and allies.

"Get ready to step into your divine power and shine as your authentic self," said Ms Heise.

"With performances from local artists and a DJ, dance the night away on Cloud 9.

"Get over to the make-over at our makeup booth.

"Indulge in free food and meet new friends."

Those attending are invited to dress as a supreme being.

"Think deities, celestials, gods, goddesses and immortal creatures.

"Wear whatever makes you feel your most powerful and fabulous."

The program also includes a street dance workshop in Wyong on April 13 and a youth

podcast workshop in Gosford from April 18 to 19.

Registration for the program's activities is online at

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