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Parksville-Mosaic Youth Talent Showcase taking place at Knox United Church May 16. Enter to win ticket to the show

This KSS brass ensemble will be part of the Mosaic talent showcase at Knox United Church in Parksville May 16.

 

This KSS brass ensemble will be part of the Mosaic talent showcase at Knox United Church in Parksville May 16. Tickets for the May 16 show are $15 for adults, $10 for students with 12 and under free.  They can be purchased in Parksville at Bosley’s and Cranky Dog Music,  and at the Mulberry Bush store in Qualicum Beach. The show starts at 7 p.m. but guests can come at 6 p.m. to bid on silent auction items in the lobby.

CONTEST: Win two tickets to the show. Email reporter@pqbnews.com with Send me to Mosaic in the subject line by noon on Wednesday, May 14. Winners will be notified Wednesday afternoon.

 

 

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