“Ceilidh” Concert Set for Saturday in Brookville

209632_194852653892190_8069519_oBROOKVILLE, Pa. (EYT) – Holy Trinity Episcopal Church will be holding a “Ceilidh” on Saturday, March 12 at 7:00 p.m.

A “ceilidh,” pronounced “kay-lee,” a term used commonly among the Scots and the Irish, is an evening of entertainment.

“Jefferson County was once heavily populated with the Scots-Irish, yet “ceilidh” is not a word that occurs in our history books,” said Kenneth Burkett, Executive Director of Jefferson County History Center.

“Nevertheless, those who attend are in for a treat of St. Patrick’s Day music and refreshments.”

Titchner-Scott will be present with instruments and song for this “Brookville Ceilidh.”

Tickets will be available for $12.00 at the door. The event benefits the Jefferson County History Center.

Holy Trinity Episcopal Church is located at 62 Pickering Street in Brookville, Pa.


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