Who’s got talent? We do!
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A scene from the Wings Community Programs production of “Wonderland.”
A scene from the Wings Community Programs production of “Wonderland.”
WILMINGTON- On Saturday, November 25, at 7 pm, come to a Wings Performing Arts variety show, “Open Stage,” at Historic Memorial Hall.

Talented local youth and adult performances will delight and inspire. There will be dancing, singing, circus arts, and assorted hilarity. These folk have a lot of talent and big dreams.

“Open Stage” celebrates the completion of phase one of a project to expand the opportunities available at Memorial Hall, and will raise funds for the continuation of the project. The planned enhancements would allow Memorial Hall to be used as a year-round, functional teaching and performing space for the entire community.

Increased activity in Memorial Hall will strengthen the community, engage local youth, promote the expansion of performing arts in Southern Vermont, and continue to keep downtown a vital center for the arts and community entertainment.

The goal of the Wings Performing Arts Program is to offer performing arts and dance opportunities through ongoing classes, hands-on experiences, and workshops at Memorial Hall.

Entry is by donation. For further information or to make a donation contact the Wings Charitable Foundation at (802)368-0000 or go to http://www.wingscharitablefoundation.org.
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