Darlene Dew, 75, shares a new dance video daily with the hope of brightening people’s spirit. (Lisa’s School of Dance/Facebook)

WATCH: 75-year-old mom shares daily dance video to keep Langley smiling

Darlene Dew dresses in a different costume for each video

A mother daughter dance duo stuck at home, like many in Langley who are doing their part to help control the spread of a virus, is taking the opportunity to share a laugh.

Since mid-March Lisa Dew from Lisa’s School of Dance in Langley has been posting daily videos of her mother Darlene getting her groove on.

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“My mom is up to her usual tricks,” Lisa captioned a video from March 18 of her mom stretching on a porch.

The “daily dose of smiles” features Darlene in a new video and a new wardrobe each day.

“For those that don’t know… this is my fantastic 75-year-old mother trying to keep the smile on everybody’s faces during these uncertain times,” Lisa said in a social media post.

“Sure hope we put a smile on your face,” she added.


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