‘Kidz Have Talent’

Langley’s International Festival Society presents an exciting and rewarding contest for kids who have talent.

Do your ‘Kidz Have Talent’?

Langley’s International Festival Society presents an exciting and rewarding contest for kids who have talent.

This initiative is to motivate and showcase the young musicians in our community. The “kidz” will have an opportunity to perform on the Main Stage at Langley Canada Day celebrations on July 1 at the  Willoughby Community Park (next to Langley Events Centre), 7888 – 200 St., Langley. If your son or daughter is 12 or under, who can sing, dance or play a  musical instrument, this is a wonderful opportunity for him/her to showcase their talent.

The outstanding performer will be awarded a scholarship from Langley Community Music School.

Find the application at www.internationalfestival.ca or www.langleycanadaday.ca/. If you have any questions, please call Alyssa at 778-298-7703 or e-mail her at office@internationalfestival.ca/.

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