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08 Jan. 1998
The Ceilidh
Saturday, Jan. 31st 1998, 7-11 pm
John Waldron Arts Center Auditorium
$10 admission, $8 with canned food donation
Children 12 and under admitted for $3
7-10 pm scheduled performers
10-11 pm open jam

Featuring...
Vida * Balkan and African music
Rhythm Quest * world percussion
Windfall Dancers * modern dance
Malcolm Dalglish * hammer dulcimer
Bloomington Feminist Chorus * world music
Caravan Serai * flamenco and belly dancing
Tony Brewer with John Weber * spoken word
Bloomington Storytellers' Guild members
Chris Smith trio * Celtic music
Angela Berzins * world songs
Janice Bagwell * English folk
No Boxes Workshop * jazz
Tonia Matthew * poetry
Alain Barker * balafon
Terra * world songs
and more...bring an instrument for the jam!

world music • dance • poetry • storytelling

Proceeds benefit the Monroe County Community Kitchen and the Pagan Educational Network * Sponsored by the Bloomington Voice, WFHB, Athena, Print Mart, and Taylor Imprinted Sportswear

Register to win two front row tickets or a gift certificate at Bloomington's coolest gift shop, Athena, on Kirkwood! * Win two front row tickets on the Tuesday Afternoon Ceilidh radio show, January 27th, at 2:00 on WFHB, Bloomington's Community Radio Station, 91.3 FM * Take your Ceilidh ticket to Stefano's in Fountain Square mall for 20 percent off any item on the day of the show! * In honor of the Ceilidh, Chris Smith will sponsor an extra-long "slow session" of Celtic music in the atrium of the Waldron from 4-7 pm the night of the show