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Northeast Times | October 20, 2021

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Some of Keller ISD’s finest fine arts performers will take the stage Saturday, April 12

Some of Keller ISD’s finest fine arts performers will take the stage Saturday, April 12

Student performers of all ages will provide free performances in various disciplines for the public on the KELLERfest main stage from 2-5 p.m.

The popular Zimma-Rimba group from Bluebonnet Elementary School will get things started as their percussionists deliver an African beat for the KELLERfest crowd. Performers from Caprock Elementary will follow with experts from the musical Honk, Jr. which highlights the addition of Elementary Theatre to some District campuses.Bear Creek Intermediate’s Choir will then take the stage to serenade the crowd, followed by an up-beat performance from the Fossil Ridge High School Drum Line.Finally, the award-winning ISMS Infinity choir from Indian Springs Middle School will perform, followed by an appearance by the Central High School Drum Line.

Don’t miss three hours of free performances from some of the most talented students in Keller ISD. Before and in between performances, be sure to stop by the Keller ISD Health and Wellness Fair tent nearby for wellness information from Texas Health Resources Alliance Hospital, project demonstrations from KISD healthcare students, and the District’s Health Services Department.

Saturday’s KISD Fine Arts Showcase lineup:

2 p.m. | Zimma-Rimba, Bluebonnet Elementary
2:30 p.m. | Honk, Jr. Cast, Caprock Elementary
3 p.m. | Bear Creek Intermediate Choir
3:30 p.m. | Fossil Ridge High School Drum Line
4 p.m. | ISMS Infinity, Indian Springs Middle
4:30 p.m. | Central High School Drum Line

KELLERfest is a family-friendly festival featuring live music, tasty food, arts and crafts, laser tag, video gaming trucks, climbing walls, zip lines, business booths, and much more. Admission to KELLERfest is free. For more information, visit

Park will be available along Bear Creek Parkway, at Keller High School (with shuttle service), and at Bear Creek Park (with trolley service) following the City of Keller’s Tree-Mendous Egg Scramble event.