Enjoy a wee breath of Scotland in MiddlevillePosted Jan 3, 2013 By EMC News
EMC News - In honour of Robbie Burns' Day an afternoon of Scottish celebration is once again planned at the Middleville Community Centre (4203 Wolf Grove Road) on Sunday, Jan. 20 from 2 to 4 p.m.
This year the MCCA is pleased to welcome renowned Celtic fiddler and songstress Sarah Burnell who comes from Ottawa, but her fiddle roots may be found in the music of the Scottish Highlands, Cape Breton, Ireland, and Quebec. Her energetic fiddle style possesses a youthful exuberance, grounded in her strong classical training. She is also an accomplished young singer, and will be performing several beautiful Celtic ballads. She will be accompanied by two members of the Sarah Burnell Band.
Enjoy a wee breath of Scotland in the midst of the lovely Lanark highlands: Celtic tunes, highland dancing, a Scottish sing-along, and of course the pipes, along with a menu that includes whiskey marmalade ice cream, shortbread, coffee and soft drinks even a taste of haggis too!
Join in for some traditional Scottish hospitality. Admission is $12/adult, $6/child (five and under free). For more information or to make a reservation, please contact Heather at 613 259 2904, or email@example.com. Last year's event was a sellout, so be sure to reserve a spot soon.
Please note that reservations will be made in the order in which they are received.
All proceeds will go towards maintaining the community centre.
Submitted by the Middleville Community Centre.
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