With visions of sugar plums slowly fading and St. Patrick’s Day fast approaching

Visions of leprechauns

Irish dance and music on deck for Come to the Ceili

St. Patrick’s Day calls to mind fairies, leprechauns and Irish Dancers and all will abound at Campbell River Community Centre on Sunday, March 13 when the Tara Dancers Performance Association present Come to the Ceili.

Come to the Ceili promises to be an afternoon of fun-filled family entertainment. The high-stepping dancers will perform smooth, flowing soft-shoe dances and stirring, rhythmic hard-shoe dances. Their joy in the dance and the glorious music never fails to move their audience. The audience, too, will have the opportunity to join in the dance following demonstrations of basic ceili dancing by the dancers.

Music, song, games and light refreshments will round out the afternoon’s entertainment which starts at 2 p.m.

Ceili tickets are available from Samson’s Janitorial World, 1100 Homewood, Phone: 250.830.1190 Adults: $10, Children & Students $5, Family of Four $25. Visit: www.taraschoolofirishdancing.ca

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