Spring Newsletter

6:59 pm Newsletter

Forgive me for the long delay since our last newsletter. Where does the time go to ?

SHOW NOTES
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The show continues to do well in the ratings, achieving the number 2 spot for listeners aged 35 + in Ontario, which means of course, the # 2 spot in Canada for listeners on Sundays between 4-6p.m.

Thank you so much for your continued support, and spreading the word about the show.

Now that AM740 is available worldwide on the internet at www.am740.ca, we now also have access to an even wider audience. I now get e-mails from a lot of listeners in the U.K. and elsewhere who now listen to the programme. So if you know someone who would enjoy the show, and they have a computer, please let them know, and they can tune in, just like you.

Our CD “A little breath of Scotland” is still available from select outlets, including the following:

– The Scottish Company, 1989 Leslie St., Toronto, On
– The White Heather Bakery, 209 Dundas St E., Whitby,On
– The Wee Tartan Shop, 221 Queen St., Port Perry,On
– The Scottish Loft, Queen St., Niagara on the Lake,On
– McLeod’s Scottish Shop, 80 Ontario St., Stratford ,On
– Scottish Imports of Hamilton, Queenston Rd, Hamilton,On

TOUR INFORMATION
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We had an extremely successful February cruise to the Caribbean, and everyone just loved the fact that it was a fourteen night cruise, and we also missed a huge snow storm !

We have no other group tour plans for this year, but we are in the final stages of completing the arrangements for next February’s cruise, and I can tell you that while the gentlemen always look terrific in the kilt, I am just dying to see the ladies wearing their grass skirts ! Three guesses where we will be off to, and I’m sure you will get it right first time !! We will send out the detailed information when
all has been finalized.

BITS AND PIECES
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The photo album has been updated to include the February cruise, so have a look.

Our links section contains some useful aids to other sites, and if you want to find out about the music we play on the show, look under the show notes section of the web site, and you’ll get all the information you need regarding the music heard on the show. The record companies love to hear from you, so please use our links to contact them, if you have any questions, or if you would like to buy their
product.

As far as other dates are concerned, I’m back at the Fergus Highland Games on August 10th to M.C. the tattoo for the 20th year. It’s been my pleasure to be involved in the tattoo since it’s inception. The Fergus weekend of August 10-12th is one of the highlights in the summer tourist calendar in Ontario.

Thanks for listening!
Denis

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