Come celebrate St. Paddy's Day in style as Deb and the staff at the River's Edge Restaurant at the Dunnville Golf & Country Club cook up a traditional corned beef and cabbage feast! After dinner, hang on to your seats as Nero's Fiddle takes over and transports you back to 16th Century Ireland for a raucous evening of music, mayhem and probably cider, all in support of the Dunnville River Arts Festival.
Come join the girls as we open for the Chinguacousy Swing Orchestra's 'Night Flight from Pearson' concert for an evening of "big band" style music, from soul, to funk, to jazz and swing.
Tickets go on sale on March 1. There are a limited number available, so book early! The evening includes us, your charming hosts, a silent auction and a smashing traditiional Irish feast! Doors will open at 5:30 Dinner will be served at 6:30 Performances will begin at 8:00 There will be a cash bar, featuring some festive specialty drinks as well as your classic favourites.
See the girls of Nero's Fiddle getting rowdy with the gentlemen of Eclectic Revival with a little Ed the Sock, a great DJ and awesome party 'till 3am. Odds are none of us will remember midnight! Includes deluxe 3 course dinner and champagne.
See the gentlemen of Eclectic Revival getting rowdy with the gals of Nero's Fiddle with a little Ed the Sock, a great DJ and awesome party 'till 3am. Odds are none of us will remember midnight! Includes deluxe 3 course dinner and champagne.
Bio: Nero's Fiddle (Formerly the Trillingham Ladies Chorus) grew out of a stage act at the now defunct, but unforgettable Ontario Renaissance Festival. For ten + years the girls have entertained at street festivals, Renaissance Festivals, Medieval Fairs and bars in Canada and the US. Cast as much for...See Full Bio
“Following dinner, the five women entered the dining room in full Renaissance fashion with steins for drinking. Jennifer Botari, the head bar wench, announced “My name is Jennifer, and this is MY pub now!” Nero’s Fiddle soon warmed the crowd up with some classic family-friendly songs such as the Spelling Song before diving into the more racy adult content that would continue throughout the evening. Before the end of their first of two sets, the ladies of Nero’s Fiddle had the crowd pounding their tables to the beat, and singing and laughing along to their humorous songs. The songs involved singling out men in the room to brag about their fictitious histories the ladies had had with them, and humorous stories of love, drinking and mischief.”