Celtic Pride celebration at Cloverdale Hall

The Cloverdale Catholic Parish Hall will be brimming with plaid when Tartan Prides hosts its annual Celtic Night on April 25.

Tartan Pride is a Highland dance team based out of the Joan Murray School of Dance in Cloverdale.

Celtic Night has become a popular annual event for all ages.

The band Blackthorn and the Vancouver Police Pipe Band will be guest performers that evening.

The hall is at 17475 59th Ave., and tickets cost $15 for adults and $12 for those 12 and younger.

Call 604-576-1619 or e-mail tpride@shaw.ca.

The evening kicks off at 7 p.m. with Highland dance performances.

As of 8 p.m., it’s a ceilidh (Celtic party) with dancing and music.

There’s also door prizes, draws, raffles, a bar and concession.

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