Fair to feature talent event

A big part of the draw for the fall fair is the competition - from best pickles to best gymkhana ride. Not there's a talent competition.

RCBFF talent competition poster

The Rock Creek And Boundary Fair is excited to introduce a talent competition to the fall fair this year. This venue gives local aspiring singers and musicians the opportunity to take centre stage and shine for their community.

The competition is open to ages five and up, and is divided into three categories: youth, teen and adult.

BCSS fine arts teacher Sarah Needly-Tripp said the application and rules will be posted on the fair website (rockcreekfallfair.ca) in the very near future. Interested performers are asked to see the details and deadlines when the “Talent Competition Rules” link goes live.

“Spread the word and let’s show Boundary what a diverse community we live in,” Needly-Tripp said.

The audition application deadline is May 15. For more info contact Needly-Tripp at rcfftalent@gmail.com

This year the fair will be held on Sept. 19-20.



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