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Thank you all for supporting
the  Annual Beach Celtic Festival !

 See you at the Park September 6 & 7, 2014.

The Beach Celtic Festival 2014


Boardwalk Place

Many thanks for the continued support of Boardwalk Place
for the Annual Beach Celtic Festival

September 6 & 7, 2014
Kew Gardens, Toronto
9 am - 7 pm

Free Admission, Free Music, Free Fun!

Bold Step Dancers
Bold Step Dancers Choreographer Meghan Bold
Among the artists lined up to entertain are the Bold Step Dancers, one of the finest Scottish Dance troupes in the city and a not to be missed experience.Bold by name and bold by nature, Meghan Bold has never been shy about taking a big step and every year, we are so pleased to have her talented troupe of Highland Dancers who also present an amazing presentation of what is known as Step Dancing originally taken from the Ottawa Valley settlers. Bold Step Dance Studios is located in the heart of the Beach and accepts students of all ages.
Bold Step Dancers are part of the Beach Celtic Festival and helps to celebrate with us every year.
The Gilchrist-Canavan School of Irish Dance
The Gilchrist-Canavan School of Irish Dance Choreographer Patricia Gilchrist
Nothing is more Celtic than the offerings of the wonderful Irish dancers, and The Gilchrist-Canavan School of Irish Dance has been with us right from the very beginning of this Festival. Steeped in tradition, these young dancers show that heritage and history in dance do matter. Thank you Patricia for showing up year after year to give us our Irish flavour of dance!
Don Graham
Don Graham
Don Graham is Sandy’s brother, and has a recording and songwriting career in the country music business. Every year he comes back to the Beach Celtic Festival to celebrate his Scottish roots and to honour his parents and grandparents from the Graham and Sutherland Clan. ‘Pipes and the Mist’ is a song he wrote specifically for his Mum when she passed, and every year it is sung in her honour, accompanied by the great guitarist, Bobby Cohen, another Montreal friend of the family.

Piper Rory Sinclair and Caledon County

Piper Rory Sinclair and Caledon County
Caledon County is an unlikely trio of accomplished musicians playing together with the united love for traditional Scottish music. They are a high-energy group, dedicated to crafting their music around ancient melodies merged with modern twists. Caledon County consists of Rory Sinclair: Bagpipes (highland and small pipes) Stephanie Miletic: Fiddle Gaye Zimmerman-Huycke: Acoustic Guitar. This is their first year performing at the Beach Celtic Festival and we hope it will not be their last.
A thousand welcomes!
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