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LEWIS AND CLARK PERFORMERS SHOWCASE SET- 6/3/04

    HELENA—Twenty-one performers will show off the best that Montana has to offer for Lewis and Clark Bicentennial event entertainment at the “Talent Showcase” in Livingston June 17 and 18.

    “Anyone who is interested in programming for Lewis and Clark events whether it is for their local civic groups or for major local events should attend the Showcase to match up their event needs and focus with the best possible entertainers,” said Clint Blackwood, executive director of the Montana Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Commission.

    Performers will be on stage beginning Thursday June 17 from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., and again from 8:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. Friday. There is a $45 registration fee that includes the Opening Reception on Thursday and a continental breakfast and lunch on Friday.

    To register in advance call Gail Brockbank at 406-442-4141 or email gailb@mt.net, or you can register at the door. The showcase will be at the Livingston Christian Center at 1400 Mount Baldy Drive.

    “We want to let people know that quality presenters and performers are available for Lewis and Clark events and programs over the next two years,” Blackwood said. “Instead of having to rely on word of mouth, organizers can check out the talent for themselves.”

    Performances will include:

    *Native American traditional flute playing
    *Historical Reinactors
    *Original Lewis and Clark poetry by acclaimed cowboy poets
    *Musicians including well-known Montana artists Rob Quist and Jack Gladstone
    *Theatrical groups

    “As an extra bonus, we will provide all registrants with a listing of talent and how to contact performers for more information,” Blackwood said.

     


     

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