Cowboy Celtic is back in the Ceilidh Saddle and throwing another Cowboy Ceilidh (“kaylee”). The last “Annual” Cowboy Ceilidh was in 2010, when the Friends of Sheep River Library graciously organized it as a fundraiser for the library and to help the band out. This one is coming up pretty fast and this year, it’s a triple fundraiser!
Click on the poster below to see ticket outlets and other details. Scroll down for more information on purchasing tickets on line or by phone, where to stay, or fundraising organizations.
BUYING TICKETS ON LINE OR BY PHONE:
*Tickets to be picked up at the door.
You can buy on line by using the Paypal button here.
You don’t need to have a Paypal account to use Paypal, just a Visa, Mastercard, American Express or Discover card. If you do not wish to purchase online, and can’t get to a ticket outlet, you can contact the following people to purchase tickets with Visa or Mastercard over the phone:
- Jackie at 403-819-6396 – call or text your phone number, or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org and Jackie will call you back (do not email or text Visa or MC numbers)
- Denise at email@example.com (leave your phone number and she will call you back)
PLEASE NOTE THAT WE MUST CHARGE GST ON ALL PAYPAL, VISA AND MASTERCARD SALES!
There are two hotels – one in Turner Valley within stumbling distance of the hall, and one that’s a five-minute drive away in Black Diamond. There are also B&Bs in the area. Here’s the hotel info:
- Turner Valley Hotel (also known as Turner Valley Lodge)
Tel: 403-933-7714 (about two blocks from the hall)
- Black Diamond Hotel, Tel: 403-933-4656
A donation from ticket sales will be made to the Friends of Sheep River Library. The library and its people helped many folks out during the June flood, and this is Cowboy Celtic’s way of giving something back for flood relief and for the library’s many programs and the wonderful people who run them. And once again, the beloved “Church Ladies” from St. George’s Anglican in Turner Valley will provide their delicious bbq beef on a bun concession, and the Oilfields Curling Club will have the cash bar, with several types of Highland single malt whiskies.