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Halloween Alternative Saturday Night

Over 60 souls, gouls and ghosts, witches and warlocks attended our alcohol free Saturday night entertainment event on 29th October. Anne Chaurand and friends entertained us with lute music, accordion playing, singing, penny whistles and guitar music from all corners of the globe.

Frank - reciting halloween poemMary Queen of Scots- aka- Anne Chaurand and friends entertained us with guitar and lute music, accordion playing and singing, penny whistles and guitar music from all corners of the globe. You could shut your eyes and you were whisked off by the music to warmer climates or taken back centuries. Floor spots featured Frank, who performed a rendition of a Glasgow Halloween special – Dead Man Walking and Eamon.

Food on offer was Bat’s wing soup with crusty bits or Slime and witches eyeballs soup aka Mushroom with parmesan or Moroccan chickpea and spinach soups.

Not only was royalty there for the evening but also the Statue of Liberty turned up to celebrate her 125 years old birthday in Partick! The Statue of Liberty was officially unveiled on the 28th October 1886. Also joining us was Dolly Parton! Greg our new Centre Assistant sailed through his Annexe initiation by being a good sport and “volunteering” to take part and win the Mummy race! Apple dooking and a raffle started of the second half with more beautiful music from Anne and friends to finish off a lovely evening.

 

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