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Stanley Bridge Ceilidh with The Chaisson Trio + Gary Chipman + Jordan Chowen

Stanley Bridge Hall (Sterling Women's Institute)

Stepdancer Jordan Chowen (photo: submitted)

Stepdancer Jordan Chowen (photo: submitted)

Monday, September 17, 2018, 07:30pm

Every Monday | Doors at 7 pm

The Chaisson Trio, Gary Chipman and Jordan Chowen unite for a Ceilidh happening every Monday to September 17 at the historic Stanley Bridge Women’s Institute Hall at 4897 St. Mary’s Road, Stanley Bridge starting at 7:30 pm. Doors open at 7 pm. Music is by The Chaisson Trio (Kevin Chaisson, Louise MacKinnon, Rannie MacLellan), Gary Chipman and award winning step dancer, Jordan Chowen. This PEI Ceilidh will feature a wide variety of music including Maritime music, champion step dancing, traditional fiddling in both the Celtic and the Don Messer style, lots of laughter and more. Admission is all ages at the door or purchase tickets at www.peiceilidhs.com.


Location Details:

Stanley Bridge Hall (Sterling Women's Institute)
4897 St. Mary's Road, Route 224
Stanley Bridge

902-886-2996


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