We're celebrating the Celtic New Year at Johnny's with music, dancing, workshops, food and fun! The event is organized by Stephanie Johnston, former director of the Antigonish Gaelic Choir of Novia Scotia, and Dr. Michael Newton, Celtic scholar and author of The Naughty Little Book of Gaelic. Activities include: 5pm Scottish Gaelic Sing-Along 5:45pm Naughty and Nice Gaelic Phrases 6pm Scottish/Cape Breton Music & Dance Session It's free to attend, so come out and join us in saying "Bliadhna Mhath Ùr!" ("Happy New Year!")
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Park downtown Chapel Hill at the Wallace Deck public parking lot.
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