Celtic Chaos on the loose in Nanoose

Local Ceilidh band, Scottish dance caller to play concert and dance at Nanoose Library Hall Saturday

Celtic Chaos, the Qualicum Beach-based Ceilidh band, will play a concert and dance Saturday, Nov. 14, at the Nanoose Library Hall.

The concert will include the humorous and performance poetry of John Beaton, and the dance will feature 86-year-old veteran dance caller and Scottish country dance teacher Janetta Begg.

Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 7:30.

Tickets are $10 and are now on sale at Diva Vintage Kandy and Kakes at 119 W. 2nd Ave. in Qualicum Beach, and at Nanoose Edibles Farm, 1960 Stewart Rd. in Nanoose.

— Submitted by Celtic Chaos

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