The first round of auditions for Sylvan’s Got Talent, a talent show put together by the Sylvan Lake Refugee Project, took place Oct. 2. Most of those auditioning on their first night were younger presenters, with the adults largely taking place the following night. The judges have the difficult jobs of taking roughly 35 acts and choosing 20 to perform in the show on Nov. 3. The acts range in style and include: dancers, bands, singer songwriters, musicians, a comedian and cheerleaders between the ages 6-76. Photo by Megan Roth/Sylvan Lake News

The first round of auditions for Sylvan’s Got Talent, a talent show put together by the Sylvan Lake Refugee Project, took place Oct. 2. Most of those auditioning on their first night were younger presenters, with the adults largely taking place the following night. The judges have the difficult jobs of taking roughly 35 acts and choosing 20 to perform in the show on Nov. 3. The acts range in style and include: dancers, bands, singer songwriters, musicians, a comedian and cheerleaders between the ages 6-76. Photo by Megan Roth/Sylvan Lake News

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Auditions for the talent show took place Oct. 2

By Megan Roth

Auditions for the talent show took place Oct. 2