May 29, 2016 started out like any other typical day in Seattle. Clouds, drizzle, temps in the 50’s. What’s not to like about that? It’s Folklife weather! We took the stage shortly before noon, and the chilly breeze and drizzle had our attention, but it didn’t hold us back.
Luckily, there was some warmth to be had from the bright overhead lights, and the drizzle vanished. A great crowd showed up andÂ stood for our show, thanks to the wet grass.
We were also happy to present graduating senior, Elise Snoey, with a few tokens of our appreciation for her past involvement with the club. Best wishes Elise!
A truly wonderful time was had by all!
Click on any picture below for a closer look. Photos by Anna Aldrich. Thanks Anna!
The view- and no, it wasn’t photoshopped!
Hard at work, hard at play!
Vienna, Donna, Trella, Flora, Anastasi and Marcia enjoying a beautiful tune.
The hat says it all for Calum.
Brother and sister play a duet for Da Mirrie Boys of Greenland
something was interesting down there?
The gig ends with wonderful smiles!
Pretty sure it wasn’t Donald Trump, but one never knows!
Niki Love – back from college to play with us. Donna is very happy about that!
Judith Cummings keeps music in place in spite of the winds’ best effort.
Before the concert- some big sis, little sis fun with Flora and Elinor.
Save the date! Alasdair Fraser and Natalie Haas will returning for Northwest Scottish Fiddler’s 7th annual workshop January 16th – 18th at Camp Casey Whidbey Island! Look for more information in the workshop section soon!