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The “Be a rock star” event was filled with giggles, glitz and glamour last Saturday as girls dressed the part of a rock star and tried their hand at writing and singing songs.  Photos by Shannon Vanderhyde.

The “Be a rock star” event was filled with giggles, glitz and glamour last Saturday as girls dressed the part of a rock star and tried their hand at writing and singing songs.
Photos by Shannon Vanderhyde.

Girls in grades 1 to 5 were rocking and rolling at the Cedar Springs Public Library’s “Be a Rock Star” party, Saturday, February 23, held at The Springs Church.

Sixteen girls and their parents attended the event, where girls got to pretend to be rock stars, from dressing the part, to writing their own songs.

The leader of this sparkly, dazzling crew was none other than the Springs’ own Abby Briggs. Not to be outdone by the girls, Abby was also delightfully decked out in many colors, including the beads and funky-colored hair. Colored hairspray was generously shared.

-N-rock-star3Girl Rock Stars found out that writing song lyrics is very much like writing poetry, which they all tried to do. Lyrics, singing, microphones…each star made her own microphone and joined in a sing-a-long to many song favorites. The party ended on a HIGH note!

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