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Music From The Glen

Music From The Glen
Sunday February 17th, 2019 with Ed Kingscote
Featuring folk music families for the Family Day holiday weekend.

No One Stands Alone
Blue Murder - No One Stands Alone
Adieu to Old England
Askew Sisters - All in a Garden Green
A Bed Between Friends/Urge to Caper
Benji Kirkpatrick - Half a Fruit Pie
Home to the Valley
Rodney Miller - Spyglass: Waltzes
Babes in the Wood
The Copper Family - Coppersongs 3
Stand by the Shore
The Fagans - Turning Fine
Clog, Jig and Reel
The Schryer Triplets - Triple Fiddle Canadian
Jeanette's Waltz
Sandra Kerr - Yellow, Red and Gold
The Factory Girl/Shenandoah Falls
The Rheingans Sisters - Glad Gold Hearts
Come All Ye Fisher Lasses
The Fisher Family - Three Score & Ten : A Voice to the People
Great Bear - Magic Fantasy Dream Dance
Token Women - The Rhythm Method
Bonny at Morn
Jess & Richard Arrowsmith - Off We Go Again!
Molly's Garden
Roy Bailey - Live at Towersey Festival 2015
The Wren
Jim Fownes/Kathleen Fownes - Light Reaction
Mad Family
Fay Hield - Looking Glass
Tuesday Hornpipe
The Tabbush Sisters - This Close
The Giant Party/Stoned Giants
Jennifer & Hazel Wrigley - Huldreland
Adrift, Adrift
Rosie Hood - The Beautiful and the Actual
The Miller and His Three Sons
Jackie Oates - Hyperboreans
Family Day
The O'Schraves - Family Day Canadian
Interactive CKCU
Ed Kingscote (host)
Community Dancing in Manotick: Circles, Squares & Contras! A family friendly evening of dancing, live music, light refreshments and laughter! Pippa Hall calls the dances to the music of the Ever Hopeful String Band (Bob Davidson and Arlene Probert on fiddles, Bruce Barton on tenor banjo and mandolin, and John Henderson on guitar). The evening begins with simple dances, followed by dances that build on skills as the evening progresses. When: Friday, February 22nd, 7 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Location: Manotick United Church, 5567 Main Street, Manotick $10.00 / $5 ages 12 to 18 / under 12 free / family max $20 Information: 613-692-4576

9:42 AM, February 17th, 2019
Ed Kingscote (host)
Rosie Hood & Tom A Wright in Concert Saturday, February 23rd 2019, at 8:00pm. (doors open 7:30 pm) Rosemount Hall, 41 Rosemount Ave. in Ottawa’s Hintonburg neighborhood Tickets (HST Included): $23 in advance from, $25 at the door.

9:44 AM, February 17th, 2019
Ed Kingscote (host)
The Ottawa Welsh Society is very proud to announce that a Welsh Film Festival will be held at the ByTowne Cinema in Ottawa during March. We believe that this might be the first ever Welsh Film Festival in Canada! It all started over a year ago when a small group of likeminded movie buffs in the Society got together and decided it was high time that some of the excellent films coming out of Wales were shown in Ottawa. After many months of reviewing countless films and then negotiating with the film producers in Wales, we have succeeded in lining up a really excellent programme of four films which showcase Welsh film-making creativity and reflect the language, culture and history of Wales. Three of them are in the Welsh language, with subtitles (Welsh is a living language spoken by about 20% of the population). There is something there for everyone: the portrayal of poet Hedd Wyn in his native Snowdonia and on the battle fields of World War One; the grim reality of the coal miners’ strike in 1985/6 as seen in Y Streic a Fi; the heart-warming Y Syrcas, about a travelling Victorian circus troupe and the effects they have on the local community of Tregaron; and an electrifying new approach to Dylan Thomas’s Under Milk Wood. A film will be shown each Tuesday evening during the month of March- March 5th, 12th, 19th and 26th(6.45 p.m.). I have checked You tube and there are clips of each movie there (look up with the Welsh names). For any further information please contact or phone 613-725-2704.

9:44 AM, February 17th, 2019