Posted on 17th April 2019
The Jondaryan Woolshed played host to more than 60 old-time dance enthusiasts from across the region on Saturday night at their Black and White Masked Ball.
Jondaryan Woolshed General Manager, Rebecca Pope says the venue has been known for their old-time dances in the past and is proud to have them on the event program in 2019.
“Saturday’s masquerade ball was a big hit and many guests dressed up for the occasion sporting impressive black and white costumes,” said Ms Pope.
Sue and Lindsay Smith of Toowoomba were dubbed the Belle and Beau of the Ball, with their costumes receiving top scores from judges.
“Guests had a ball dancing old-time favourites like the waltz, the two-step and rumba to live music performed by local group, the Mystique Dance Band,” said Ms Pope.
Supper was provided and dancers enjoyed trying their luck at lucky door, lucky spot, Monte Carlo and raffle prizes.
“We received plenty of positive feedback from dancers on the night, all highlighting how pleased they are to see evening events, like this one, back at the Woolshed,” she added.
The Jondaryan Woolshed will be hosting an Anniversary Ball in November. More information, including ticket prices will be released in the months leading up to the event. Stay tuned for details on our website and Facebook page.