Lesmurdie group gets ready to spring flash mob surprises throughout City of Kalamunda


Olivia Bombardieri, Orlaith Powell-Casey and Aleisha Woodman practice for a flash mob dance. Picutre: Bruce Hunt
Olivia Bombardieri, Orlaith Powell-Casey and Aleisha Woodman practice for a flash mob dance. Picutre: Bruce Hunt

WHILE many of us are happy to keep our dance moves private, a new group in Lesmurdie is gearing up for a series of top secret flash mobs.

A flash mob is a large group of people who gather spontaneously at a public location to perform a choreographed dance and then quickly disperse.

Flashmob project manager Maresa Robbers said she started the group after seeing a real need for affordable entertainment for young kids in the area.

“I did dancing as a young girl and had seen flash mobs before and loved them,” she said,

“We have plenty of green spaces available to use for free in the City of Kalamunda so I saw this as an amazing free way for kids to have fun and meet new people.

“I created a Facebook page a month ago and the interest has been amazing.”

The next Mob Sesh is on Tuesday, December 16 at 4pm at the Bill Shaw Reserve in Lesmurdie.

For more information call Maresa on 0473 658 227.

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