WATCH: Berwick Qualicum Beach residents keep on dancin’ during isolation

Residents get exercise in to tunes ranging from the Beatles to The Weather Girls

Berwick Qualicum Beach residents have been staying active during their isolation by taking to their balconies and porches to dance, while practising social distancing.

Music ranging from the Beatles to The Weather Girls was heard in downtown Qualicum Beach on March 31, while people got out to dance with each other — while still remaining apart.

Video courtesy of Berwick Retirement Communities

The exercise/dance classes will now happen every Tuesday and Friday at 1:30 p.m. at Berwick Qualicum Beach.

— NEWS staff

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