People with disabilities dance the night away at Bay Beach
People off all abilities came together at Bay Beach Pavilion Saturday for the Dance4Disability.
The free event is a celebration for people with disabilities, families, caregivers, and organizations who support them.
"We do this because we love people with disabilities," says Tony Piantine, Camp Daniel director. "They're a gift to our community, a gift to me personally, to our family. And whenever we can get them out and get them together in a public place, I think this is a great thing."
Organizers said 300 people signed up for the dance.
Piantine hopes it will grow in coming years.
The dance was held by Camp Daniel and other Green Bay organizations. Camp Daniel is located in Athelstane and gives people with disabilities the chance to have a summer camp experience.