IF you like to bust out some dance moves in your lounge room at home, then you're invited to attend this weekend's Hulathon at the Logan City Police Citizens Youth Club (PCYC).
Organised by the Heilani Polynesian School of Arts, the Hulathon is a five-hour dance marathon where people can learn traditional dances from New Zealand, Samoa, Hawaii and Tahiti.
Heilani Polynesian School of Arts director Heimana Tahiata said the day would be a great opportunity for people to gain an insight into the Polynesian culture while raising money for a good cause.
"The Hulathon will feature a wide range of Polynesian dances, as well as Zumba and Hot Hula," Mr Tahiata said.
"The day is about having fun and raising money to purchase dance costumes for many of our students.
"We have more than 150 students in the Logan and Gold Coast area who can't afford to buy the costumes, which can range in price up to $200 and sometimes even more."
Mr Tahiata said the reason costumes were expensive was because the materials were imported from overseas.
"We have to import a lot of the natural fibres and feathers for the costumes," he said.
With a wide range of dance classes available for all ages and fitness levels, Mr Tahiata said the day would be fun for the entire family.
"You might work some muscles you haven't worked before though," he joked.
"But it is going to be a really fun day."
The Hulathon will be held at the Logan City PCYC, off Jacaranda Ave at Logan Central this Saturday from 9am until 2pm at a cost of $10 per person.
For more information, phone the Logan City PCYC on 3442 1700.