Registration deadline for Kiwanis festival

The deadline for registration for the Penticton Kiwanis Music, Dance and Speech Arts Festival is nearing.

Penticton Academy of Music speech and drama students preparing for the 2017 Festival.

The deadline is coming up in January to register for the Penticton Kiwanis Music, Dance and Speech Arts Festival.

Registration for the festival closes on midnight Jan. 23.

This year’s festival takes place from March 6 to May 6.

The Kiwanis festival aims to complement and enhance the learning and teaching process providing an opportunity for students to perform their music, speech arts and dance achievements and receive a constructive meaningful evaluation of their performances.

Junior piano takes place March 8 to 10 at the Penticton Alliance Church; senior piano from March 11 to 13 at St. Saviour’s Church; classical voice March 6 and 7 at Penticton United Church; choral on March 7 at Penticton United Church; instrumental/strings/classical guitar April 19 and 20 at St. Saviour’s Church and Dance from April 25 May 3 at the Cleland Community Theatre.

Registration is available online at www.pkmf.org. No late registrations will be accepted. Phone 250-493-8322 for more information.

 

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