Rod Olstad's Fiddling Journey

The NAFP also features fiddle music at two old-time dances. The Lions Seniors Dance, played by Wally Heppner’s band, offers a sampling of dances popular in Edmonton during the 1930s and 1940s. The Michel Band gathering shows the fiddling and dancing of Northern Alberta Métis.
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A sideways polka

A sideways polka

Wally Heppner and His Band play Heel and Toe Polka.

Wally Heppner and His Band play Heel and Toe Polka.

Wally Heppner and His Band play Heel and Toe Polka.

Wally Heppner and His Band play Heel and Toe Polka.