Ligonier Country Market to feature Celtic music
Published: Wednesday, July 24, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
The Ligonier Valley Education Trust will be in the special features booth 8 a.m. to noon at the Ligonier Country Market. The Trust was started in 1996 by Tina and Tom Thoburn to create an endowment to provide funds for educational activities on a yearly basis.
The mission is to support and promote a broad range of activities, projects and programs to enhance and increase the educational experience in the Ligonier Valley, which comprises the communities that lie within the Ligonier Valley School District. Support is available to individuals, schools and other organizations for enrichment programs with specific educational objectives.
The market will showcase Celtic ballads and spirited songs from Ireland and Scotland. Sue Borowski is Steel Clover.
Borowski is a rising independent recording artist from the Pittsburgh. Her music touches the realms of Celtic, folk and country in a style that continues to please listeners. Her website is steelclovermusic.com.
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