Natalie Kjellbotn, left, and the rest of the 13-15-year-old Ravensong Waterdancers competitive synchronized swimming team perform during the program’s Spring Water Show. The synchronized swimming club will be hosting its winter show Saturday, Dec. 16. — NEWS file photo

Synchro group to show off talents

Ravensong Waterdancers year-end show in Qualicum Beach Saturday

The Ravensong Waterdancers will be hosting their winter water show this weekend.

The synchronized swim club will be showcasing its routines as a way of giving back to the community who supported the athletes throughout the season.

The Ravensong Waterdancers Winter Water Show will be at the Ravensong Aquatic Centre (737 Jones St., Qualicum Beach). The show will run from 5-6 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 16.

The event is free to the community, but guests are asked to bring a chair for viewing.

For more information, visit Ravensong Waterdancers on Facebook or www.ravensongwaterdancers.ca.

— NEWS Staff

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