HERMON - The Morgan Hill Event Center will be bursting with music during the fourth annual 'Maine's Got Talent' competition next Saturday. Seventeen vocalists and dancers will not only be performing in front of a live audience but also a panel of judges in hopes of earning the $500 cash prize, a trophy, and bragging rights as this year's 'Maine's Got Talent' winner. All the proceeds from the show will benefit the Miss Maine Scholarship Fund, which provides deserving college scholarships to Maine women.

"The seventeen finalists are from all over the state and they range from singers and dancers to an acrobatic performer," said Linda Schoenfeldt, 'Maine's Got Talent' organizer.

12-year-old Catherine Howe of Bangor will be among the vocalists in next weekend's show. She found out about the competition from her godmother.

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Wednesday, 29 February 2012 12:33

Orrington's Got Talent

ORRINGTON - Singers, comedians, dancers and entertainers of all types will take center stage next month at the Orrington's Got Talent variety show. The event is a fundraiser for the Curran Homestead Living History Farm & Museum, which is celebrating its 21st anniversary this year.

"At one time when the Currans lived on the farm, they'd have social events and dances. There used to be a small boat house [on the property], probably the size of a garage, and several people have told us they remember going to dances in that facility," explained Curran Museum Director Bruce Bowden.

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