"America's Got Talent" is over for the season, but York's Got Talent is just about to get started.
The Children's Aid Society is hosting York's Got Talent at Sovereign Bank Stadium on Sunday, Oct. 21.
Entries for the contest were submitted on YouTube and 13 finalists were selected to perform for the grand prize of $1,000.
Those finalists include a teenage band, dancers, several singers and a magician.
After one round of competition, one finalist will be named the winner by 3 p.m.
Admission is free, and the event kicks off at 1 p.m. with a performance by B'Dazzled Dance Studio.
Contestants will be judged on their performances by a panel of judges, including York City Mayor Kim Bracey and Davy Crockett and Joanna Campbell from 98.5 The Peak.
There will be a petting zoo, mascots like McGruff the Crime Dog, face painting and displays from nonprofit organizations.
Other contests, too: Businesses are invited to form teams to participate in a Minute To Win It competition modeled after the television show.
"Each team will do a different competition, but we'll have two businesses going head to head in each round," said Petula Yingling, development associate with the Children's Aid Society.
The winning team will be awarded a free lunch for their office, said Yingling.
Anyone interested in entering a workplace team may call Petula Yingling at 624-4461.
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The finalists competing for a grand prize of $1,000 in York's Got Talent are:
Devyn Goldstein, York: Irish step dancing
Caitlin Ramsay, York: Irish step dancing
D'Andre R. DeShields, York: Dancer
Tonia Grubb, Dover: Vocalist
Justin Kollars, Fairfield: Vocalist
Megh Robinson, Upper Strasburg: Vocalist
Tim Storey, York: Magician
Hannah Richardson, Waynesboro: Vocalist
Eli Schroeder, Gettysburg: Dancer
Kayla Marie Geyer, Red Lion: Vocalist
Shadowed Star, Gettysburg: Teenage rock band
Marilyn Lopes, Gettysburg: Vocalist
Milana Rae Schechtman, Seven Valleys: Vocalist and dancer