Thursday, April 9, 2009
Starts Monday, April 13th at The Farm
Kids from area elementary schools were awarded scholarships to this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. More than 250 third graders from Jones, Harper, Richardson and Stewart Elementary Schools assisted with the storyline of the feature film that will be produced during Film Camp.
The Camp will take place every afternoon from 1pm-5pm, April 13th-17th. Once completed, the movie “Pharaoh’s Favorites” will be shown to the public for the first time on Friday night, April 24th at the Farm on the big outdoor movie screen. Admission is $2 for adults and all students are free!
Movie starts at 8:30pm right after the book signing.
Book written and illustrated by 5th graders to be released during the Spring Arts Festival!
Copies of the newly released “Believe” book written and illustrated by Richardson’s 5th graders will go on sale April 24th. Proceeds from the sale of the book will fund other Arts In Education projects sponsored by Cultural Crossroads.
5th graders from Richardson Elementary school collectively wrote and illustrated the book about a one legged grasshopper named Gary.
The authors of this literary masterpiece will be on hand Friday, April 24th from 7:30pm-8:30pm to present their book and be available for a special book signing event.
This event will have a special meaning as the class reveals that their first ever book will be dedicated in memory of their classmate and fellow author, Jarred Christopher Adams. Jarred passed away March 17th.
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LAST CHANCE TO AUDITION FOR FESTIVAL is Monday, April 13th from 9am-12N at The Farm.
Organizers for the 15th annual Spring Arts Festival will hold one last open audition for The Great Talent Search. Any Webster parish student K-12 are eligible to showcase their talent. The talent choices can range from anything to stand up comedy to group dances. “We try not to limit the child’s imagination,” states co-chairman, Angelique Feaster.
The annual “Great Talent Search” held in conjunction with the annual arts festival provides a venue for the performing arts. Area children from across the parish have been auditioning during the months of March and April in hopes of being selected to represent their school in the upcoming April 25th competition.
The last chance to audition will take place on Monday, April 13th from 9am-12N at the Farm. Located on the corner of Talton Street and East Union, the Farm is also the site of the annual festival. Anyone interested can simply show up on that day and audition on a first-come, first-served basis or call for a specific time slot. Co-chairpersons Angelique Feaster and Ejay Colvin can answer any questions you may have.. “Whatever the student selects for their audition must be the same performance for the festival,” adds Mrs. Feaster. The Farm is located next to SaveAlot on Highway 80, corner of Talton and East Union.
Ejay Colvin 518-4176
Angelique Feaster 745-2787
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