Langley Arts in Brief: Call goes out to talented kids

Youth 12 and under with a talent can showcase themselves at Langley’s Canada Day.

In order to motivate and showcase young talent in the Langley community, the Langley International Festival Society and Langley Community Music School have banded together to produce Kids Have Talent, a talent show for those 12 and younger.

Any child who can sing, dance, or play an instrument is eligible to enter. The cost is $10 and the registration deadline is Sunday.

Those interested can contact Alyssa at 778-298-7703 or at office@internationalfestival.ca for application forms and full details or visit www.internationalfestival.ca.

Kids chosen will be notified by June 20 to arrange performance times for June 30 and July 1 shows at the Langley Canada Day Festival in Willoughby Community Park – next to the Langley Events Centre.

Sound equipment will be provided for all performances and one outstanding performer will be awarded a scholarship to the music school.

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