Music at the Hall presents an evening of dance to the Eden at the community hall here.
Scatter the Cats invites people to dance March 14 at 7:30pm (doors open at 7pm). Scatter the Cats’ music is an eclectic mix of traditional and original dance tunes. It is influenced especially by Irish, Appalachian, and old Canadian fiddle repertoire, with original, traditional and contemporary songs, and a few tall tales.
More dance events, with instruction for all ages, are planned. Visit http://edenmills.ca/music/.
Scatter the Cats, an acoustic quintet offers tunes and songs for dancers and listeners. For more than two decades, it has been making traditional dance music at barn and town and church hall dances, folk festivals, pubs, parties, plowing matches, weddings and other community celebrations. Group members are based in Grey and Bruce Counties.
Randy Martin plays acoustic and electric bass, percussion and sings.
They are veterans of a long list of rock, roots, folk and other ensembles.
Eden Mills Community Hall has a wooden floor and excellent acoustics. The concert will raise funds for the ongoing refurbishment and energy-retrofit of the hall.
The Next Music at the Hall event is Stephen Fearing, a long time Eden Mills friend and musician. His concert is on April 4.
The Scatter the Cats dance is at the Eden Mills Community Hall, 108 York Street, Eden Mills. There is a cash bar for beer and wine.
Tickets are $20, plus $10 for students. Tickets are available in advance at www.edenmills.ca/music. Call 519-856-9292, to reserve a ticket, or email email@example.com.