A Ceilidh (pronounced “Kay-lee”, emphasis on the first syllable) is many things. It derives from the Gaelic word meaning a visit and originally meant just that (and still does in Gaelic). It can also mean a house party, a concert or more usually an evening of informal Scottish tradition dancing to informal music. Ceilidhs in the highlands tend to be concerts. Ceilidhs are extremely popular indeed with young people and often attract from a few dozen people to several hundred.
The Ringwood Highland Games and Celtic Gathering is pleased to present this concert to be held at 7:00pm on the Friday night, March 29th, before our annual gathering on the Sunday, This event is intended to be a Welcome Party for all.
It is held at the Central Ringwood Community Centre
Bedford park, Rosewarne Lane,
Ringwood VIC 3134
Phone: 0402 003 022