WINSLOE, PEI – The Ceilidh at Winsloe Lions Hall on July 12, 7 p.m., will feature guest voices from Dino Dunsford and Brian Langille and a comedy act, Sarah, presented by Barb Perry.
There will be a 50-50 raffle and canteen services. Entrance and tickets are at the door, which opens at 6 p.m. COVID-19 restrictions apply. To reserve a ticket, dial 902-940-1217 or 902-894-9901.
Dunsford has entertained audiences for six decades, since 1965 with Dino and the Satins. He performs a wide variety of musical genres from rock ‘n’ roll, maritime, Irish, country and gospel. He also hosts one of the ceilidhs at Winsloe United Church.
Langille will do double duty, playing bass and guitar, as well as vocals and harmony. Langille has performed in a variety of different bands and is the regular bassist for Monday night ceilidhs. He also formed a group with his two sons, Josh and Sam, called The Langille Boys, who perform at Music at the Manse and have performed at ceilidh.
Perry has been acting for many years. The comedy, Sarah, is just one of the many sketches she has performed. She always enjoys making people laugh and over the years has written numerous three-act comedic plays which have been performed at the old Winsloe Hall from 1970 and more recently at the Carrefour Theater.
The rest of the group, Brian Knox and Judy Lowe, will join these musicians.