Children’s talent show entertains Fernie

Kids took The Arts Station stage last Sunday to show their talents.

Sonna and Haley Qualizza dancing to 'Call Me Maybe'

Kids took The Arts Station stage last Sunday to show their talents. The Children’s Talent Show has been a part of the Downtown Sunday Socials for three years. There were five acts with eight performers in total, including Fernie’s famous young magician, dancers and singers. Mac and Finn Piney spun some magic, Sam Brennon, Kate Brennon and Sienna Longo sang, Lauren Sims, Sonna and Haley Qualizza danced.

“I am hoping it becomes an event everyone looks forward to with participation continuing to grow,” said event organizer Ange Qualizza. “In a town where athleticism dominates most stages, I find it inspirational to see these kids finding courage to perform on stage in front of the community. I think personally it is just about the cutest event.”

It was a fabulous hour of entertainment, and each participant was awarded a $10 gift certificate from Polar Peek Book Store and a candy bag. The Sunday Downtown Socials sponsors this event.

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