"The fire dance is awesome," said LeClaire. "It really is considered your spirit flow when you do it. It's your spirit in fire in a circle. It's your aura. And when you can get really comfortable with the fire, that is it's tool. You follow it in your own flow and your own energy and your own chi."
With the dancing, both LeClaire and Hill hope people will come down and participate.
"We want it to be participation, we really do," said Hill. "There'll be performance and then we invite people to participate."
People are also invited to bring their own instruments.
"We have local musicians coming down," said LeClaire. "It's going to be [Bryan Kieser] and some of his friends coming down to play music and he's inviting everybody, if they have drums or whatever, to come down and play music with them."
For more information about the local Earthdance event, find the event listing on Facebook, "Earth Dance International Comes to Plattsburgh."
"Just being by the river and hearing music and seeing candelight and being together is a beautiful thing," said LeClaire. "Right before winter is coming, it's a really great time to be coming down downtown."