CELTIC CIRCLE

Traditions of Story and Song

Storytelling and fireside music in some of Toronto’s best-loved historic sites!

MYSTERIES OF IRELAND

Sunday, March 17

7 p.m.

(doors open 6.30)

 

Featuring 

storyteller Bruce Carmody

and traditional fiddler Stephen Fuller


A magical evening of
stories and music from the rich heritage of Irish folklore.
 With roots reaching far into ages past, this oral tradition reaches back to a golden age of storytelling and 
a world of poets, warriors and faeries.

By the fireplace at historic Campbell House Museum

160 Queen St West at University Ave

Tea, hot cider and treats will be served during the break.

PLEASE NOTE: cash and cheques are accepted at the door, but space is limited and we strongly recommend pre-registration to guarantee your admission. Please contact us to see whether there is still room.

(416) 578-1031

WE ARE SWITCHING TO AN AUTOMATED TICKETING SYSTEM, AND THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE AS WE MAKE THE TRANSITION. 

St Patrick’s Day Registration form

Pre-registration is strongly recommended.

Contact us at (416) 578-1031 or CelticCircleTO at gmail dot com

   

TOUSSAINT

Sunday, November 24

 

Featuring 

storyteller Bruce Carmody

musician Emilyn Stam


The season of Toussaint – All Saints – was known as the Dark Months, when all gathered round the fire to tell stories of ancient Brittany. Join us as we recreate one of those magical evenings.

At historic

Montgomery’s Inn

Danceweavers

Karen Millyard has been organizing cultural events and teaching historical and modern English Country Dance for years. She is a choreographer, researcher, event organizer, consultant and professional dance teacher who works in theatre, museums, schools and the community. For information on her classes and other events, click on the links below.

 

Contact information:< danceweavers at danceweavers dot ca >

 

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

A Danceweavers Presentation

JaneAustenDancing, 1812DanceCanada, York Regency Society

Toronto English Country Dancers
for information on modern English Country dance in Toronto

Page updated March 17, 2019.