Musicians Anita MacDonald and Ben Miller blend the traditional sound of the Cape Breton fiddle with the haunting strains of the Scottish Border pipes for a magical evening of Gaelic dance tunes and soulful airs. If this March’s performance is anything like last year’s, there will be two hours of wall-to-wall Celtic music rivaling anything the Dunvegan hall’s proud little stage has seen in its 99-year history. The ceilidh-like concert will have an intermission halfway so everyone can catch their breath, enjoy a few complementary snacks and refill their glasses at the cash bar. After the show, Ben and Anita will stick around for a meet and greet.
The Ensemble vocal Hémiole will present its Christmas concert on December 17 at 2:30 p.m., under the direction of Marjolaine Daneault and accompanied on the piano by Jonathan Pelletier and […]
Experience an outdoor Christmas market in a covered and heated Pavilion at the Glengarry Pioneer Museum in Dunvegan on December 2 from 10 am to 4 pm. Entry is FREE. […]
The Vankleek Hill Christmas Craft Fair is taking place on December 1, 2 and 3, 2023 at the Vankleek Hill Community Centre. More than 25 vendors will be upstairs at […]
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