THE Moree Better Access Program will be held at the Moree Town Hall tomorrow.
The program will bring together more than 48 community services from all over Australia to engage with the community.
Community Support Services senior co-ordinator Jaye Underwood is encouraging the everyone to come along.
“It’s a great opportunity for people to find out what services are out there and how they could help you,” Ms Underwood said.
Proceedings will start at 10am and wrap up at about 3pm.
A special guest appearance from Walgett-born Matty Shields will keep the crowd entertained as he performs his famous dancing routines. But it’s not just ordinary dancing.
As a 25-year-old he shot to fame after walking onto the Australia’s Got Talent stage in his underwear to perform a pole dance routine.
Life hasn’t been the same since that show-stopping moment, but the journey he has taken to reach that stage is the real story.
Coming from an Aboriginal background he believes in chasing your dreams at all costs.
From an early age he has been involved in dance and the performing arts.
Matty is trained in ta variety of dancing styles; contemporary aboriginal, hip hop, traditional aboriginal, jazz, contemporary, Latin American and pole dancing.
Matty uses the pole as his performance tool combined with his charisma and connection to the audience.
He has the ability and strength to showcase a fabulous performance. Matty brings rare qualities to his performances that are artistic, captivating and a joy to watch.
Ms Underwood said it would be a performance that you don’t want to miss.
“We are really excited to be hosting this day for the first time; and to have Matty perform will make it even better.”
A barbecue lunch will be available as well as activities for kids and community business stalls.
For any further enquiries please contact Community Support Services on 6752 5481.