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Sat 19 Jul 2014, 7:00pm–11:30pm

Where: Te Horo Community Hall, School Road, Te Horo, Kapiti Coast

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Scottish Mid-Winter Dance: $25.00
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Listed by: sharonizzy

Another event celebrating 100 years of Te Horo Hall.

For our July event we thought we needed to warm you up in our freshly painted hall. So we have a ceilidh-style dance for you.

Come in from the cold and dance the night away to tunes from bonnie Scotland.
We have haggis, bagpipes, kilts, ballads, singers and céilidh-style dancing.

In true Te Horo style it is a buffet 'Bring-a-Plate' and BYO drinks. Plus we have ordered a giant haggis which will be piped in by the bagpipes of local piper Tim, and followed by the Robert Burns poem "Address to the Haggis".

There will be 2 bands performing on the evening from 7pm.
- Mishnish, a 5 piece band playing Celtic music and later leading the dancing.
- Swamp Dixie, an amazing local talent. The Te Horo duo played at our March Picnic where Tracy's beautiful voice spellbound many attendees.

So why not 'don yer tartan' and join in the fun. There is a prize for best highland dress.

Tickets now available from Te Horo Cafe (Hyde Park Corner), Te Horo School, First National office in Otak and