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The youngest group of performers from the Tara School of Irish Dancing charms the crowd at the Maritime Heritage Centre who gathered Sunday for a St. Patrick’s Day tea. The Tara dancers have a busy weekend of performances leading up to St. Patrick’s Day on Monday. - Kristen Douglas/The Mirror
The youngest group of performers from the Tara School of Irish Dancing charms the crowd at the Maritime Heritage Centre who gathered Sunday for a St. Patrick’s Day tea. The Tara dancers have a busy weekend of performances leading up to St. Patrick’s Day on Monday.
— image credit: Kristen Douglas/The Mirror

The youngest group of performers from the Tara School of Irish Dancing charms the crowd at the Maritime Heritage Centre who gathered Sunday for a St. Patrick’s Day tea. The Tara dancers have a busy weekend of performances leading up to St. Patrick’s Day on Monday.

 

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