Mosaic Youth Talent showcase seeking local performers

Parksville Qualicum Beach youth with a desire to perform can audition for the Mosaic Youth Talent Showcase now.

Youth with a desire to perform can audition for the Mosaic Youth Talent Showcase now.

If selected, young performers could take home a scholarship to help them reach their dreams in a number of artistic disciplines.

These include dance, painting, fashion, music and singing. Local country music sensation Beth Marie Anderson is currently setting up audition times and accepting video submissions on a first-come first-served basis.

Youth must be 25 and younger to apply. The event is sponsored by the Parksville Rotary Club.

Those selected will perform at an event held on May 17 at Knox United Church in Parksville, produced by Anderson, with a dress rehearsal May 16.

Those performers will all take home a scholarship.

Email bethmarieanderson@gmail.com for more information and to set up an audition, or leave a message at 250-240-3023.

— NEWS Staff

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