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Ceilidh Means a Visit, and Anyone Can Join In

Ceilidh Means a Visit, and Anyone Can Join In

Written by: Val D'Elia

Published on: Time Warner Cable News

It's a really hard word to pronounce, but what it translates to is an excellent night out listening to local music. "A ‘kay-lee.’ It means a visit, and anyone can join in," said Kenneth MacKenzie, a fiddler. "You hear the word Ceilidh and you’re in a place like Cape Breton Island that really means like a concert, a show, a get together, a place to have some fun," said Rodney MacDonald, CEO, Gaelic College. One…
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