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Live traditional Irish music played by The Grand River Ceili Band.

Dance instruction will be called.

 

Next Ceili

First Ceili of the New Year

Saturday, January 28th 2017 

Time: 8:30pm - 12:00am


 Currently all dances are held at Victoria Park Pavilion

 

For more information:

phone: Deirdre - 519.885.5998

or email cairde_friends

or http://www.grandriverceilis.com

CKLN is back on the air

After 8 months of silence which means that The Long Note will be heard once again on Sunday evening. Please spread the news.

Colm O’Brien, The long Note - Sundays 8 - 9.00 pm CKLN 88.1 FM


Hey Everyone - The Fall/Winter Gaelic season has now changed to a new day and time.

For more information:

Regards Lorraine Morley
Durham Robert Emmets Gaelic Football Club
www.durhamgfc.cominfo@durhamgfc.com

 


Looking Ahead & Extended Runs

 

Riverside Celtic College - Classes in Irish/Scottish traditional music, language & dance

- For Fall classes information visit the web site below or send and E-mail.

Norfolk St. United Church,

75 Norfolk St. Guelph

 

www.riversidecelticcollege.ca

Info:

evamccauley@sympatico.ca

 

Irish Fiddle 1 & 2 with Dan MacDonald

Irish Mandolin/Tenor Banjo with Philip McMahon

Irish Gaelic Language with Philip McMahon

Bodhran 1 & 2 with LesStarkey

Advanced Bodhran with Jacob McCauley

Songs of Ireland and Scotland with Karen MacLeod

Introductory Adult Violin 1 & 2 with Fiona McCairley

Irish/Scottish Guitar Accompaniment with Andy Hillhouse

Guitar and String (Cittern/ Mandolin/Bouzouki) Ensemble with Andy Hillhouse

Traditional Irish Tune-Learning (all traditional melody instruments welcome) with Eva McCauley


Every Friday evening– 8:30 -11:30 - Friendly Irish session run by Steafan Hannigan and Saskia Tomkins at the Village Inn, 99 Kings Street W, Bowmanville. All welcome, especially tune players. Thankin' you kindly!


2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month – sessions in the Tranzac, 292 Brunswick Avenue - at 7:30 pm. Thanks Mike Casey


First Friday of every month: All-Traditional Irish Session At the Irish Canadian Club, 389 Concession St., Hamilton - from 8pm

Every other Friday: Live jam session at the Irish Canadian Club - from 8pm. FREE admission


Every Tuesday New Session - at 8:30pm Jake invites you to "A Celtic Session at The Painted Lady, 218 Ossington Street. It is practically on the corner of Ossington and Dundas, in Toronto" "Tuesday nights, free beer for all participants!"

 


Weekly Thursday Night Sessions at Naismith Celtic Jam in Almonte at 7 p.m.

For more info contact Charlie Dunlap at cdunlap@xplornet.com

Naismith Sports Pub.

411 Ottawa St, Almonte K0A 1A0, Ontario
Click
the pub name for a map


For your convenience this and other events are now being updated on our new Valley Fiddling Calendar. Maps and other details may be obtained by clicking on the calendar links.

 


Events at Hugh’s Room, 2261 Dundas St. W. (btw. Roncesvalles & Bloor) 1/2 block south of the Dundas West subway Ample, free lot parking across the street

All shows 8:30 p.m. except where noted. - Children of all ages welcome 416-531-6604

www.hughsroom.com

 

info@hughsroom.com

 

Concert Calendar 

 

 

www.ShannonPub.com

Shannon Pub Entertainment Schedule
Joe Head every Wednesday at 6:30 - Tom Callahan check our schedule.

Click here for the Shannon Pub website

For more info, catch Buffalo Irish Radio on WECK 1230-AM Sundays at 11am, or go to www.WECK1230.com for the live internet stream anywhere in the world.

 


 

The Flying Cloud Folk Club, established in 1983 is Toronto's longest running completely volunteer-run, not-for-profit folk club in this city. We present more than 30 concerts per year on Sundays from September to June, specializing in traditional forms of folk music from many of the cultures represented across Canada, with a strong focus on Canadian, Celtic, Quebecois, American and British Isles artists. Artists are encouraged to bring merchandise, making the Flying Cloud not only a prime source of great live music but also a terrific source of music to go.

We operate out of the Tranzac Club (a small intimate club in downtown Toronto) at 292 Brunswick Avenue, doors open at 7:00, concerts start at 7:30 unless otherwise noted. General admission is usually $20, club members pay less. It is recommended that tickets be purchased in advance as seating is limited. Ticket & subscription order form appears at: http://flyingcloudfolk.ca

Phone: 416.410.FOLK (3655)

email: flyingcloudfolk@gmail.com

www.flyingcloudfolk.ca

 

Cheers all, Paulette Kirkey,

Artistic Director, Flying Cloud Folk Club


Additional Resources

 

  • CCE Kingston 'Harp of Tara' branch, e-mail rmacdiar@cogeco.ca

  • WEB Page: www.srayner.ca/comhaltas
    Kingston Monthly Céilí St Francis of Assisi, 512 Frontenac St

    Contact Stephen or Julie at 613-634-0161 or bowesjulie@sympatico.ca
    Harp of Tara sponsors a Siamsa - a music social - every third Sunday of the month from September to April, in the room upstairs at the Kingston Brew Pub (34 Clarence St).
  • For Irish events in Ottawa check out irishmusicottawa.ca
  • The Irish Cultural Society of Brockville and District
    Irish Solo Dance Classes will be taught this year by Siobhan O’Brien, who has extensive experience in dance and in teaching dance. Classes are Wednesday evenings, 5pm for beginner/intermediate, 6pm for intermediate/advanced, and7to 8 for adults, at St. Mary’s School. For more information, call Siobhan at 1-613-767-4449.


To those who are interested in the Irish language:

As you may be aware, Celtic Studies will be receiving funding from the Irish government to assist in the teaching of Irish language. This welcome initiative was announced by Eamon O Cuiv, Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs, when he gave a lecture at St. Michael's College in May as part of the famine commemoration events.
If you are interested, please send us an email at
celtic.studies@utoronto.ca

 

http://stmikes.utoronto.ca/celticstudies/contact/default.asp

 

Best regards, Jean Talman, Celtic Studies, St. Michael's College, University of Toronto