The Council of Canadians PEI chapter will receive the proceeds from an upcoming ceilidh in Charlottetown.
A ceilidh is a traditional Scottish or Irish social gathering that involves Gaelic folk music and dancing.
The Guardian reports, "Monthly ceilidh concerts resume Sunday, Jan. 29 at the Bonshaw Hall from 2-4 p.m. Storm date is Feb. 5. Admission is by donation and includes a 50/50 draw, lunch and open stage time. Proceeds will go the P.E.I. Chapter of the Council of Canadians. For information, call 902-675-4093." The Buzz adds, "Performers will include: fiddler Matthew Reid with accompanist Carl Curley, dancer Briana Domenagato and singers TBA, plus local musicians Phil Pineau and Tony the Troubador. All ages welcome; accessible for manual wheelchairs."
In 2016, the work of the PEI chapter included: