A group of Portuguese folk dancers visited the Tygerberg Meals on Wheels and performed various dances. The Portuguese Folk Dancers were founded in July 1958, so this year they are celebrating their 60th anniversary. Their outfits represent two regions of Portugal. One being the village of “Camacha” which is in the Island of Madeira. The other outfit is from “Viana do Castelo” which is a town in mainland Portugal. The entire group consists of approximately 35 members of which 5 are musicians and the remainder are dancers. The oldest member is 96 years old and the youngest is 4 years old. The seniors enjoyed their performances and learnt a lot about their country.