Over 300 people had a ball when the Leeton Community Op Shop held its third annual debutante ball at the Mia Function Centre on June 1.
It was an enormous turnout at the debutante ball, which was the op shop's most inclusive one to date.
Inclusivity was a major theme of the night, which drew people in from all walks of life.
There was a performance from the Tirkandi Inaburra boys, who wowed the crowd with a traditional Wiradjuri dance.
Leeton Community Op Shop store manager Jodie Ridge said the Tirkandi Inaburra dancers took everyone's breath away.
"Once those boys started you could hear a pin drop," Ms Weymouth said.
"It was truly quite something."
Afterwards people of all different skill levels took to the dance floor, and they didn't stop until the clock struck at midnight when the evening ended.
Some had never danced before and started the night shambling awkwardly over their own feet, but ended the night jigging along with the best of them once they got some pointers from dance teacher Sarah Morrison.
One dancer who stole the show was an elderly lady from Leeton District Hospital's Carramar aged care home, and her skills put many of the younger dancers to shame.
It was a major undertaking for the op shop and was organised by Kim Doss with the support of local businesses, volunteers, and performers.
The night was a massive hit, so much so that four people have already signed on to next year's Leeton Community Op Shop ball in 2020.