Young-to-old talented performers show off their skills
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Deb Feiner and Fred Homer perform at a talent show in 2015.
Deb Feiner and Fred Homer perform at a talent show in 2015.
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WILLIAMSVILLE- The annual Williamsville-Newfane Talent Show will be held on Saturday, April 1, at 7 pm in the Williamsville Hall.

A decades-old tradition in the small village, the show will feature a range of talented area performers, young and old. Some featured acts include the lovely music duo of Deb Feiner and Fred Homer; Veronica with her ukulele; “the unstoppable David Hull” and his meat prizes (answer a question and win a hamburger patty!); Lucinda and Ray, ballroom dancers; acoustic songs with Bahman Mahadavi, Gary Keiser, and Charlie MacLaughlin; also, Jason Sperling, TBreeze Verdant, and local music legend Dan Dewalt, among others.

Admission is by suggested donation of $5 and $15 per family and refreshments will be available, also by donation.

Proceeds will benefit both the Leland & Gray Players and the Williamsville Hall. The Williamsville Hall is on Dover Road across the street from The Eatery.

For more information contact Johanna Gardner at johannagardner@gmail.com.
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