The event features dancers who will compete for different prizes. All of the proceeds will go to helping more than 100 families in the region who all have children with autism. The event is sponsored by ACRP and Beginnings Inc. both organizations offer programs to help families.
"When we started this we were not sure what was going to happen," said Paula Eppley Newman. "It was amazing to see just everyday people who enjoy dancing want to come out and help the cause."
"Our community really does come out and support things," said Frank Janakovic, ACRP Executive Director. "They've been supportive of us this and those who have autism."
For those who want to come and watch, limited walk-in space will be available for $20 at the door on first-come, first-served basis.