Kimberley Cranbrook Robbie Burns Night

The Kimberley Cranbrook Highland Dance Association rcently hosted their annual Robbie Burns Dinner at the Heritage Inn in Cranbrook.

The tribue to Robbie Burns featured Liela Cooepr and Hali Duncan’s Schools of Highland Dance with special guests the Kimberley Pipe Band.

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