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15 Jan. 1996
PEN Sponsors Ceilidh
All area residents are invited to Bloomington's first céilidh (pronounced KAY-lee) on Friday, February 2nd 1996 from 7 to 11 pm at the Waldron Arts Center Auditorium in Bloomington. This celebration of community features world music, medieval and modern dance, interpretive poetry, and traditional storytelling.

The hours of 7 to 10 pm will feature scheduled performers, including Salaam (Middle Eastern music), Vida (Balkan and African folk music), Rhythm Quest (world percussion), Windfall Dancers (modern dance), Last Minute Productions (audio theatre), the Bloomington Feminist Chorus (world music), the Society for Creative Anachronism (medieval dance), Steve Volan (interpretive poetry), Nan Brooks and members of the Bloomington Storytellers' Guild (storytelling), Katherine Wiley (Scottish fiddling), Amandla Ugetsi (African music), Andrea Leed (hammered dulcimer), Jolet (clowning), Wolodymyr Smishkewych (early music), Alain Barker (balafon), and many more. From 10 to 11 pm there will be an open jam for all interested audience members.

Admission is $7; only $5 with a canned food donation. Children 12 and under admitted for $3. Proceeds benefit the Monroe County Community Kitchen and the Pagan Educational Network. So come for an hour or the whole evening, bring an instrument, and help celebrate community with neighbors and friends!