The event will help to raise money for those who were affected by the recent floods in the Moree area.
The night will start at 6pm and finish at 9pm for all children from Kindergarten to Year 6 and $4 entry per person.
There will also be a canteen selling all sorts of treats.
During the November and February floods the Salvation Army were key players in the help of the flooded region.
Captain Chris Shadbolt and his team assisted in the evacuation centre for flooded residents, provided meals for them and helped clean up afterwards but they did not stop there.
They reached out for donations and accepted the responsibility of equally and fairly using the donations to help victims of the floods in our area and still to this day are getting out there and helping the community recover.
“There are still people living with their friends, family and even in motels because their houses are getting repaired or are still isolated,” Captain Chris said.
The damage was extensive and the refurbishments are still ongoing.
“I would like to see more food items being donated, but every donation is deeply appreciated,” he said.
Now it’s the communities turn to thank the Salvation Army and at the same time help flooded residents of our area by getting your groove on this Friday at the PCYC.