Celtic Steps performs at Bell Tower Cultural Center
By Charlotte Burrous
Fremont County residents are in for a treat when the Celtic Steps take center stage during the All Things Celtic concert from 7-9 p.m. March 14 in the Bell Tower Cultural Center at 201 E. Second St. in Florence.
The team will wear a variety of costumes; including a beginner costume. Some of the experience dancers also have an opportunity to wear their solo dresses, which demonstrates the expertise of the dancers.
“Tom Munch will be doing Irish music,” said Peg Piltingsrud, Florence Arts Council member. “He’s from Pueblo. He’s been around a long time. He’s an accomplished guitar player. (He will probably) do Irish music singalongs because everyone knows those songs.”
Prior to the concert, the All Things Celtic reception will be held from 5-7 p.m. March 13 at the Bell Tower. The mixed media and sale will also take place at the same time.
Established in 2008, Celtic Steps consists of dancers, ranging in ages from 4 to adult. Today, it’s operated by Shaun and Aisling Casey, who toured with “Lord of the Dance” for several years. After settling down in Castle Rock, the couple purchased Celtic Steps and currently operate them.
Those who want to see the Celtic Steps perform are invited to the concert to celebrate All Things Celtic. For more information,