Do you have a special talent?
The Prince William County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority (PWCAC DST) is hosting “Prince William’s Got Talent” on December 2 from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.
The annual event will take place at Woodbridge Middle School at 2201 York Drive, according to a release.
“Each year, this free program is provided for the community to encourage literacy and provide exposure to the performing and creative arts. It is also an opportunity to highlight emerging talent,” stated a release.
In addition to the program, there will be a meet and greet reception where guests can interact with the seven showcase artists.
More on the artists, from a release:
The talented seven include three Prince William County, VA residents: Clarence T. Brown, III, a senior at Colgan High and talented musician; Carol Ray, Ph.D, author of Ph.D.’s Have Bipolar Too, an autobiography; Sandra Manigault an author of adult fiction book Vanessa: A Love Story. Other showcase talent include: Jordan Jennings, a violinist that attends Duke Ellington School for the Arts and his violin teacher, Bliss Ananda. Ananda lives in Washington, D.C. and Jordan lives in Montgomery County, Maryland. Adult fiction author Keesya Hill-Jones of Williamsburg, VA will share her book, The Protector. Richmond, VA resident Charlene Warner Coleman, author of Mothers to Daughters Cookbook and Eric M. Twiggs, author of The Discipline of Now: 12 Practical Principles to Overcome Procrastination will also participate. Twiggs lives in Prince George’s County, MD.
The Red Carpet Showcase will also include members of PWCAC-DST mentoring programs, Delta Academy for middle school aged girls and Delta G.E.M.S. for high school age girls. A student from the Woodbridge High School performing arts program will also participate.
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