Friday, August 22, 2014

Dalkeith History Society update

 An update on the Dalkeith History Society

Hello Everyone

send this  on to as many contacts as you possibly can
its good for people to know what a little town can do and you never know it might very well bring in some ticket to one & all

Vankleek Hill  has live Radio on wed evening
and I was privileged-on behalf of DHS-to be interviewed last wed evening
Jean Sarrazin, Host of the radio show  wanted  know all about DHS  and the Upcoming Kitchen Ceilidh-and to share it with the listening community

here is the link
Once this page opens up select "Listen to the Aug 20th, 2014 Show – Hour Two"

Keep the Kitchen Ceilidh"in conversation" when you are out and about". Our goal is to sell out
and we can only do that with your help

The Kitchen Ceilidh promises to be a dynamic fun packed evening-come watch,come participate but come on your own, bring a friend, a group.We extend a warm welcome to each and everyone

remember Ashley will be playing on home turf-she and her group are renown and so is Paddy Kelly
and Louise Stephenson  is making a name for herself in the Zumba fitness world. The Scotch River Fiddles are NEW(2012)

ONCE MORE: Ashley MacLeod & Kelsey McDonell,Scotch River Fiddles,Paddy Kelly, Zumba Fun, Food 4DCatering, Doorprizes, Bar Glen Roadhouse, Dance Floor.  Bring your own instrument Jam
Tickets available:Scotiabank: Vankleeek Hill, Maxville & Alexandria: Fassifern. The Review

Your support and enthusiasm for DHS activities and projects is much appreciated. we hope you had and will continue to have fun
many thanks to Scotiabank and The Review for their spomsonship
Frances Fraser

Dalkeith History Society

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