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Thursday, 26 October 2017 11:56

Brooks Got Talent has some changes this year

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From 2015, Brooks Got Talent has a unique energy. From 2015, Brooks Got Talent has a unique energy. File photo

It's exciting. It has energy, fun and drama all wrapped up in one.

The Brooks Got Talent showcase which is organized by the Brooks and County Immigration Services have enjoyed a lot of success with the previous five years.
While the shows have been packed in the Brooks Legion Halls during that time, the show will have a  few new wrinkles this year.  Brooks Got Talent Showcase will take place at the Heritage Inn in the banquet hall (in the old portion) on Nov. 18.
Gurpreet Gill, BCIS volunteer coordinator and one of the main organizers of this event, says the change in venue was due to the fact there was more space needed to accommodate the crowds which were coming in.
In past years, they would be sold out of tickets. Gill adds they are also adding some activities and games for the event just to give it a little bit of a shake up.
However the point of the event is to show what the Brooks and area can do. She says there are some decent acts ready to go, but she always is welcoming of more. 
“Ihave a few older couples...some line dancing,”she notes of something a little different.
She notes that it doesn't matter if a person can sing, dance or play an instrument. It's all about showing off your talent. She also hopes there are some comedians around and would welcome them too.
Doors open on Nov. 18 at 5:30 p.m. Tickets are $10. There will be door prizes at the event. Radio personality Steve Bohan will be the evening's host.
Contact Gill to book your act. Call her at 403-362-0404.

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