Irving Frier Prepares for ‘Dancing for the Space Coast’ Fundraising Event Set for June 5 in Melbourne

By  //  May 22, 2021

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Program starts at 6:30 p.m.

ABOVE VIDEO: Seaport Canaveral Corporations’ Irving Frier Prepares for ‘Dancing for the Space Coast’ Fundraising Event Set for June 5 in Melbourne.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA –  With only a couple weeks to go until Brevard County’s biggest charity fundraiser of the year, the 2021 ‘Dancing for the Space Coast’ dancers are beginning to hone in on their dance routines as the event fast approaches on Saturday, June 5, at the old Stein Mart in Melbourne.

One of the competitors in this year’s event is Irving Frier who is an Operation Manager at Seaport Canaveral Corp.

Seaport Canaveral is a highly advanced terminal that delivers an independent supply of petroleum products to the state of Florida, with a capacity for nearly three million barrels. Seaport Canaveral offers a very broad range of storage facilities for gasoline, diesel, biofuel, biodiesel, ethanol, jet fuel and fuel oil. Also, a very broad infrastructure for barges, boats, trucks and a dedicated pipeline for bunkering cruise ships.

This year’s Dancing for the Space Coast event will benefit the following local charities Eternal Flame, Family Promise of Brevard, Women’s Center of Brevard, Habitat for Humanity of Brevard and the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Charity.

“Please join me for Dancing for the Space Coast and find out what local celebrity has the right moves to rule as Grand Champion of the dance floor,” said Brevard Sheriff Wayne Ivey.

“It’s an amazing evening to share in great food, laughter, friends, and incredible dancing while raising money for deserving Brevard County charitable organizations.

CLICK HERE to donate to Dancing for the Space Coast’s charity in Irving’s name.

To sponsor the event and/or attend the event, reserve your table today.

Irving’s Instructor: Heidi Arnold

Heidi has been teaching dance for nearly 20 years and is the proud owner of Dancin’ Dance in Indialantic. She first started dancing at the age of 3 when her parents enrolled her in lessons and she has been dancing ever since.

Heidi loves being able to pass on her passion and knowledge of dancing to others. She was a star on her school’s award winning dance team.

She began instructing Ballroom dance at the age of 16. She has trained extensively across the country including West Palm Beach, Orlando, and New York.

When she started teaching at a local studio, Heidi quickly became the lead advanced instructor.

Heidi and her partners have won the Dancing for the Space Coast competition six times.

In 2019, over 800 attendees gathered at Florida Tech’s Clemente Center for the fifth annual Dancing for the Space Coast. Over $350,000 was raised for local nonprofit organizations.

The program for this year’s event starts at 6:30 p.m. Social hour begins at 5:30 p.m.