Talented kids putting on a show again in Chemainus

Backing of the 55+ Activity Centre provides a forum to perform

It’s now being billed as the Young Entertainers and Artists Show.

The second annual young person’s talent show takes place at the Chemainus 55+ Activity Centre on Sunday, Oct. 29 at 2 p.m.

“Last year’s show was a great success,” noted organizer Lesley Lambert.

And now it’s hoped to make the next one even bigger and better, with more amazing young talent from the region.

Last year, there were tapdancers, vocalists, ballet dancers, musical duets and a wide range of performers of all ages.

Lambert is on the lookout for any young artist willing to take part.

“Do you know a Star?” proposes Lambert. “Are there children in your family or a neighbour’s children who have a talent? Dancing, singing, playing an instrument, stand up comedy, an artist, crafter, anything!

Anything really does go and will make for a great opportunity to perform those skills in front of an audience.

Call Lambert at 250-324-4865 for more information and to register.

To watch the show, tickets are $10 each at the door.

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