Figure skaters of all ages put on a cool end-of-the-season ice show that included plenty of uptempo, recognizable music, colorful, dazzling costumes and, you bet, a real Las Vegas flair April 28 at the Midcoast Recreation Center.

The show featured skaters from the Midcoast, Bangor, Waterville and Augusta regions performing to the music of Las Vegas. From Cher to Celine Dion, “Viva Las Vegas” to Cirque du Soleil — there was something for everyone.

This year’s show featured a number performed by all Skating Club/Association of Maine members. Nearly 30 skaters performed to “Copacabana” in a piece that incorporated elements of synchronized skating and included a special featured member.

“Ice, Lights, Vegas” showcased all of the organization’s talented skaters from “Snowplow Sam” beginners to the adult skaters.

Saturday afternoon’s program included the following music and skaters:

“Viva Lase Vegas” with Pauliana Andrews, Bethany Berry, Page Carr, Hayley Downs, Brooke Hammond and Olivia Hupper.

“You’ve Got a Friend In Me” with Snowplow Sam — Beginner 3’s Clara Bragg, Miranda Dodge, Autumn Kirkpatrick, Michaela Newton, Anna Siletti, Kaylee Soto, Anna Zlotkowski and Gabby Zlotkowski.

“I Feel The Earth Move” with Willow Grinnell, Elena Laustsen and Lily McVetty.

“Think” with Paulina Andrews.

“Blue Man Group” Melody with Kimmie Roman and Emie Wood.

“El Pendulo” from Cirque Du Soleil with Priscilla Partridge, Ashley Pezanowski, Sydnie Phillips, Olivia Powers, Syndey Quigley, Rachel Stanley, Jenna Taylor, Lexi Tinch and Lindsay Wells.

“Believe” with Olivia Hupper.

“PYT” with Amanda Chen and Delia Saastamoinen.

“Last Dance” with Laura Blackstrone, Willow Grinnell, Juliana Haynes, Brynn Kooyenga, Elena Laustsen and Lily McVetty.

“It’s All Coming Back To Me Now” with Brooke Hammond.

“Graduation Song” with Bethany Berry, Page Carr and Kacey Montana.

“Bond Girls” with Amanda Chen, Sydney Quigley, Kimmie Roman, Jenna Taylor, Lexi Tinch, Emie Wood, Gail Curtis, Greta Curtis and Priscilla Partridge.

“Perry Mason Theme” with Laura Blackstone, Juliana Haynes and Brynn Kooyenga.

“This Town” with Hayley Downs.

“Riders In The Sky” with Basic 4-8’s Lydia Bragg, Arianna Cloutier, Gail Curtis, Greta Curtis, Alexia Hilt, Shelby Lash, Shannon Long and Saige Michaud.

“What’s New Pussycat?” with Marie Palluotto and Bridget Woodard.

“Gambling Man” with Bethany Berry.

“Cabaret” with Kacey Montana and Rachel Stanley.

“Show Me How You Burlesque” Page Carr.

“Copacabana” with SCM members.

“Stereo Love” with McKenzie Abendroth.

“It’s A Miracle” with the “Ice, Lights, Vegas” cast.

The SCM was established more than 30 years ago when the Kennebec Skating Club and Penobscot Valley Skating Club (University of Maine at Orono) merged. Ever since, SCM has provided programs and organized events that encourage participation and achievement in the sport of figure skating. In 1986, SCM hosted the nationally-televised competition, “Skate America.”

With more than 100 current members and growing, SCM is a member of U.S. Figure Skating, the national governing body of the sport of figure skating. SCM offers resources for skaters of all ages and skill levels. These resources include coaches, private lessons, test sessions, clinics, competitions, and Basic Skills programs.

The mission of the SCM is to promote and advance the sport of skating on ice in Maine. Each year, hundreds of skaters learn the fundamental skills of ice skating used in hockey, recreational, and figure skating from SCM’s Basic Skills programs. This season, SCM offered Basic Skills programs at the Alfond Arena at Colby College in Waterville, Sawyer Arena in Bangor, and Midcoast Recreation Center in Rockport. With the opening of the Bank of Maine Ice Vault in June 2012, programs will resume in Augusta.

Courier Publications Sports Director Ken Waltz can be reached at 207-594-4401 or by email at kwaltz@villagesoup.com.