Kailey Jackson performs an acrobatic dance number to the song E.T. during the Langley Has Talent semi-finals, which were held earlier this month at Christian Life Assembly. The top 13 acts from the competition — including Jackson — will perform again at the May 5 finals, which will also held at the church on 56 Avenue. Like last year, the second annual Langley Has Talent — co-sponsored by Langley’s Rotary Clubs —  will raise funds for a new performing arts theatre in Langley. Tickets for the finals are available at the Langley Times office, 20258 Fraser Hwy., or online at  langleyhastalent.ca.

Kailey Jackson performs an acrobatic dance number to the song E.T. during the Langley Has Talent semi-finals, which were held earlier this month at Christian Life Assembly. The top 13 acts from the competition — including Jackson — will perform again at the May 5 finals, which will also held at the church on 56 Avenue. Like last year, the second annual Langley Has Talent — co-sponsored by Langley’s Rotary Clubs — will raise funds for a new performing arts theatre in Langley. Tickets for the finals are available at the Langley Times office, 20258 Fraser Hwy., or online at langleyhastalent.ca.

Photo: Langley Has Talent

Second annual competition at CLA on Saturday, May 5, will feature 13 finalists from April 21st semi-final

  • Apr. 30, 2012 8:00 p.m.