Tripoly & the Grenville Troubadours: Glenna Hunter, James Clugston, Laura Drover, Elizabeth McNally, Helen MacGregor, Doug Hendry, John Baldwin & Arthur McGregor (not pictured - Bev McArthur). Photo credit Derek Langevin.

Local musicians Tripoly team up again with the Grenville Troubadours to present an evening of Scottish music and poetry in honour of Scotland’s bard, Robert Burns. They will be presenting two shows, on Friday evening, January 26, at the Station Theatre in Smiths Falls, and 2pm on Sunday, January 28, at St John’s Church in Kemptville.

The Troubadours held two well-attended fund-raising carol concerts in December which raised over $1,000 for the House of Lazarus Foodbank.

This coming show features songs and poems by Burns, as well as other Scottish favourites, and the audience is encouraged to sing along with the familiar melodies.

Tickets for the Smiths Falls show can be bought from the theatre website, smithsfallstheatre.com/music, and for the Kemptville show, from the B & H Grocery, the Crusty Bakers, from the Church itself, or online from eventbrite.ca.

All are welcome and note that the wearing of tartan is not mandatory!

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