Hundreds of people filled Kyeamba Smith Hall ready to catch up with old friends, make new ones and dance the night away.
Michael Ingold was excited to welcome hundreds of people to the celebration for International Day of People with Disabilities.
"I had to give a speech the other day, and I was nervous, but once I got into the swing of it, I had fun," he said.
"Tonight is a great chance for us to have a dance and catch up with each other. I myself play cricket, so I get out there with mainstream people, but this is a chance for us to socialise with each other."
Swie Madden from Regional Disability Advocacy Service said the event is all about celebrating the abilities and achievements of people with disabilities.
She thanked all the local businesses that donated food, decorations and lucky door prizes.
Mayor Greg Conkey thanked Ms Madden for all her hard work in helping to put on the event every year.
"We have people travel in from all over the Riverina," he said.
"It is a great celebration of the wonderful people in our community."
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