Celtfest Curling Ceilidh in Almonte this Saturday

Curl, Sing, Dance and Celebrate! Almonte Celtfest Society to Host the Fourth Annual Celtfest Curling Ceilidh

Almonte Celtfest is holding its 2014 Curling Ceilidh

Almonte Celtfest’s winter fundraiser, the fourth annual Almonte Celtfest Curling Ceilidh, takes place Saturday, January 11th from noon to 6pm at the Almonte Curling Club.

The ancient Celtic sport of curling that has “swept” across Canada works well in support of Almonte Celtfest 2014 (July 4, 5 & 6), that great summer celebration of the music, song and dance of the Ottawa Valley.

The Celtfest Curling Ceilidh is open to teams of all skills levels. At a cost of $20 per player, each team of four is guaranteed a minimum of three games. The cost includes a delicious hot chili lunch, great prizes to be won for best costumes and closest to the button draw, with entertainment by Celtfest session musicians in the Almonte Curling Club lounge.

Contact almonteceltfest@hotmail.com for more info and to register. You can also download the form here in Excel or PDF format:
Curling Registration Form 2014 in Excel
Curling Registration Form 2014 in PDF

Hard copies of the registration can be dropped off at Baker Bob’s at 75 Little Bridge Street in downtown Almonte.

Celtfest is a fun weekend of Ottawa Valley and Celtic entertainment, performed in the natural amphitheater of Gemmill Park in the heart of Almonte. It is a time to share the historical Celtic traditions with today’s local and international performers. Celtfest also presents a select group of unique artisans and vendors of specialty goods with a Celtic flair.  Donations are welcomed at the gate.

Getting to the Almonte Curling Club

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