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Annual Garden Valley Talent and Variety Show Will Be a Really Big Show

Skits - photo credit A. Scharf

Written by Allan Scharf – BCC Contributor

It is almost time for THE ANNUAL GARDEN VALLEY TALENT AND VARIETY SHOW.  It is coming up next week on Saturday, the 25th at The Crouch Community Hall.  Doors open at 6:30.

This annual show has been ongoing for several years in Garden Valley and features some of the very gifted musical talent we are blessed with here. I am always amazed at the number of artists and their artistic talent that we have here in Garden Valley.  This show not only features some of those artists but also some fun “Skits” by groups that are very entertaining.  There will be a professional audio system to ensure the sound quality and  there will be some snacks and soft drinks for sale.

“To borrow the words from the old Ed Sullivan Show, “THIS IS A REALLY BIG SHOW!”  The Annual Garden Valley Talent and Variety Show presents some of the many gifted musical artists we have in our little community. The show is sponsored by The Garden Valley Senior Center.

Beach Ball Ballet with a math teacher and a school superintendent. Photo submitted by A. Scharf

In addition to the very talented musical performers, there will be “Skits” that will have you laughing out loud.  I still chuckle to myself a year later after watching our local school superintendent and the math teacher doing a “Beach Ball Ballet” number. This year’s show features a professional sound system (Cunningham Audio of Boise) and some very talented musical artists.  The comedy skits performed by the volunteers from “Granny’s Closet”, the school, and others will also be great fun.

There will be a limited menu of snacks and soft drinks for sale and there is a small donation requested at the door to cover our expenses. The accompanying photos are from last year’s show.  The event will be at The Crouch Community Hall on Saturday evening, Feb. 25th. Doors open at 6:30 and the show begins at 7:00.  This is truly a “Don’t Miss It Event”.

Guitar music with Skip Bean – photo submitted by A. Scharf