Halloween celebration with the North Island Fiddlers

Branch 17 North Island Fiddlers is going to be having a celebration of Halloween fun and dancing on Oct. 28, at the Fallen Alders Hall, 3585 Royston Road.

There will be some talented musicians who play the fiddle, guitar, mandolin, piano, banjo, accordian and a few very good singers as well.

Dances start at 1:30 p.m. and usually run until 4:30 p.m. and we have a light lunch, tea, coffee, pop, door prize.

Dressing up in costume is encouraged, and there will be three prizes for the costumes. Come and enjoy the music, sit and listen, or dance your feet off to the lively music. Doors open 1:30; tickets are seven dollars at the door and everyone welcome.

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