Cariboo Festival 2013 syllabus now available

The Cariboo Festival Committee has their 2013 Syllabus ready and available at the Open Book.

The Cariboo Festival Committee has their 2013 Syllabus ready and available at the Open Book.

The committee has been gearing up for the annual event for a couple months already.

Adjudicators are from Surrey for piano, from Prince George for vocal, band and speech arts. Creative adjudication will be from Smithers.

The month of April 2013 will be the month that all the disciplines will be performing and critiqued.

An honours concert will wrap up the festival highlighting many performances.

The entry deadline in all disciplines is Feb. 12, 2013.

Creative writers will enter on the Feb. 12 deadline as well, but have until  March 15 to submit a completed manuscript.

The festival committee looks forward to many entries in all the disciplines.

Get your syllabus free of charge and see where you can enter.

Festival president Jane Perry and director Anne Smith have been hard at work on the syllabus for several months now.

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