Belly dancers take over 39 Days stage [photos]

Dressed in colourful silks and clinking with jewelry, belly dancers took over the CUPE stage at The 39 Days of July

Dressed in colourful silks and clinking with jewelry, belly dancers took over the CUPE stage at The 39 Days of July for what is becoming a summer tradition for many fans.

Bellydance Extravaganza 39 Days of July

Emcee Georgia Foster promised as many as 20 different performers and groups would entertain the big crowd at Charles Hoey Park Tuesday, July 28.

And entertain they did.

The event was only for Cowichan Valley dancers but the numbers were still swelled by performers from Ladysmith and Thetis Island who, added to the central core’s own sisterhood, made it an evening to remember.