Brockville – The 2019 Brockville Shimmy Mob was held on Saturday at the Brockville Farmer’s Market in Downtown Brockville.
The event is held each year to raise awareness and support locally for the Leeds-Grenville Interval House. It is a “flash mob” type event and is the largest belly-dance event of its kind by the total geographical territory covered in one day.
It is held on the second Saturday in May (World Belly-dance Day) where teams of belly dancers around the world dance a Shimmy Mob, a belly dance flash mob held annually to raise awareness and to support for victims of abuse worldwide.
For more information on the Leeds-Grenville Interval House, please visit: https://lgih.ca/