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Open Mic

Original post made by First Teen Arts Council Open Mic, Community Center, on Feb 6, 2010

Last night the Palo Alto Children's Theater Teens Art Council hosted their first All High School Open Mic event at the Lucie Stern Center.

What an incredible night it was for the youth of our community. There were performers of all sorts of back grounds from soloists, to rock bands, and other configurations. The Teen Council wanted to create a venue where our youth could perform in front of others. The night was magical-- I felt so lucky to have known of this event. The talent pool was truly incredible. I was so impressed with the performers and the pure joy they displayed in their music.

Thank you Teen Arts Council for creating this event!

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