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Open stage talent featured at Tamaqua Community Arts Center

  • ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/TIMES NEWS Performing during the free event were Sean, and his son Dakota McGeehan, 17.
    ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/TIMES NEWS Performing during the free event were Sean, and his son Dakota McGeehan, 17.
Published July 13. 2012 05:01PM

About a dozen talented performers showed off their vocal or instrumental talent Thursday evening at the Tamaqua Community Arts Center.

Some of the performers consisted of Sean McGeehan, Cody McGeehan, Jack Kulp, Kathy Rimm, Faith Roberts, Nathan Harpster, Stew Brodian, Vincent Smith, Amy Walburn, Ray The Snowman, Adam Bachert, Amy Walburn and Dakota McGeehan.

The next free open stage event will be held at the center, 125 Pine St., on Thursday, July 26, from 6 to 9 p.m. "The turnout of both local and area talent was outstanding," said Leona Rega, center coordinator. "The visitors were really entertained by the diversity of talent." For more information about the center and its free events, goto www.TamaquaArts.org.

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