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Ceilidh Dance, Tuesday 28th December!

December 12, 2010

You’ll have digested your Christmas turkey/goose/leg of venison by then, surely!

In fact that bloated, under-exercised, over-mince-pied feeling will be creeping in with all that sitting around and playing endless games of Monopoly with Auntie Mabel who constantly whinges on about people leaving doors open and there’s a right old draught on the back of her neck and all that rich food is bunging her up and why doesn’t someone go out into the rain and give the dog a walk…… ( sorry to all the Auntie Mabels out there who are treasures and a pleasure to have staying at Christmas)… but you know what I mean.

Where was I… YES. The Ceilidh Dance.

Come down to the hall at 8pm on the Tuesday following Christmas and blow those festive cobwebs away. Bar. Stovies!

Coigach Community Rowing is running the annual Christmas Ceilidh this year: a traditional mix of fine local turns – including the youngsters of Mini Box club, the young guitarists, the rough diamond Pogues tribute band, the Rogues, songs from Will Irvine, and a grand selection of fiddlers, box players, singers and pipers interspersed with some hard-core Scottish dancing; Heuch!

And just when you feel your blood sugar crashing with all the Stripping of the Willow and Dashing of Sergeants,  Stovies and oatcakes will be served.

Adults: £2.50  Secondary pupils: £1   Primary pupils: free.  Admission includes Home-made Stovies!

Make sure you don’t miss the last Coigach Dance of 2010!

All welcome, from far and near…

One Comment leave one →
  1. December 14, 2010 6:14 am

    Ahhh, wish I could make it for this one. It would be such a pleasure. Please one and all hoist one for Thomas who ain’t there.
    Wishing you all in Coigach, all the best, T.

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