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Talented teens sought for Surrey TeenFest

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Whether your talent is dancing, singing or comedy, The Fraser Valley TeenFest invites local youth to showcase their skills and artistry at a talent show next month in Cloverdale.

The Teen Talent Contest will take place Feb. 1 during TeenFest at the Cloverdale Rodeo and Exhibition Fairgrounds and will raise money for youth charities while providing an afternoon of family entertainment, workshops, games and other activities.

Singers, musicians, dancers, comedians and other entertainers between the ages of 12 and 18 are encouraged to audition to perform.

“We would like to showcase the talent of our community,” said Ali Berman, TeenFest Co-Founder. “Providing opportunities to students is a way to strengthen our community and give back. It is a privilege to be able to help students realize their dreams.”
Auditions may be submitted online at www.teenfest.ca.

The deadline is Jan. 19.
 There will be prizes for first through third place.

For more information, contact Berman at 1-778-440-7277 email ali@teenfest.ca

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