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The Oban Times - - Leisure -

FUN­TIME at a ceilidh in Aros hall, Tober­mory, saw visi­tors join is­lan­ders for a great night out for all the fam­ily.

Young­sters were not afraid to get up and take part in the ceilidh giv­ing some su­perb ren­di­tions of their best Gaelic songs.

This was a night to be en­joyed and ev­ery­one seemed to be very happy, apart from some of the losers in the mu­si­cal arms game.

The event hap­pens most Wed­nes­day nights in the sum­mer at the Aros hall. The con­venor of the event was Mary-Jean Devon who helped ev­ery­one up onto their feet to take part in the fun.

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Lit­tle Miss Kathryn Dug­dale gives a won­der­ful per­for­mance to the

packed hall at Aros.

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The Aros hall was packed.

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Com­pere Mary-Jean Devon with her helper, Jack.

Mu­si­cal arms - where chal­lengers have to hol

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