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Annual Meeting this evening (Aug 19) at 6:30 followed by Concert at 7PM

The Islay Mist Céilidh (pronounced Eye-lee and Kay-lee) is a group of musicians from Northern New Hampshire who play traditional Celtic music from Scotland, Ireland and maritime Canada. The members of the ensemble perform with fiddles, flutes and whistles, bodhráns, harps and guitars. Their repertoire includes centuries-old tunes, Scottish country dance music, jigs, reels, waltzes and strathspeys. Many of the members wear the tartans of their family heritage. A Céilidh is a popular gathering in many Celtic countries, perhaps in your granny's kitchen, where everyone is expected to contribute to the evening's entertainment.

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