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Heartside’s Got Talent: Visionary Heartside Performers take the stage at The Ladies Literary Club!

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The Heartside Downtown Neighborhood Association is pleased to announce the 7th Annual Heartside Neighborhood Talent Show on January 14th at 8PM! The night will be a showcase of talent from the most diverse and vibrant Neighborhood in Grand Rapids! 


Given the popularity of talent shows on television, it is clear the public loves watching unknown performers get on a stage to give it their best.  As we have seen time and time again, talent resides in the most unexpected locations. The 7th Annual Heartside Talent Show will certainly shatter any preconceptions about the capability or heart of the Heartside population.  


With over 20 visionary performers this is going to be an exciting evening of talent and community! Watch friends, neighbors, and familiar faces as they belt it out, bust a move, and put their best face forward! Singers will be accompanied by a live band! Emcee Walter Pinder!


Tickets are affordably priced at $5 and can be purchased ahead of time at Dwelling Place, Heartside Ministries, or at the door the night of the event. Get your tickets early and support the show!


What:  7th Annual Heartside Neighborhood Talent Show

Where:  Ladies Literary Club, 61 Sheldon Blvd

When:  Friday January 14th, 2010 8PM, doors open at 7PM

Who: Performers, Neighbors, and Familiar Faces

Sponsored by Heartside Downtown Neighborhood Association.


For more information regarding this event or Heartside Downtown Neighborhood Association, please contact Rob Conrad at 616.855.0420, or by email at [email protected].

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This sounds really interesting. This is the awaiting moment for those artists and entertainers to join the talent show and showcase their talents. Many people world wide possess extra skill in this field so this will be the time for them to enhance it and use in more productive way. To the fact that many are unemployed these days, chances like this must not be missed because sometimes it only come once in a lifetime.