What do you get when you cross world-ranked step dancing with champion fiddling and a family of nine? Answer: A high-powered energetic and refreshing experience with The Hunt Family! They will perform Friday, Sept. 10 and Saturday, Sept. 11 at the non-profit Central Lakes College Foundation fund-raiser at the Gull Lake Center, Grand View Lodge, Nisswa. They perform original, Celtic, bluegrass, inspirational and popular tunes, offering a unique blend of diversity to every show. The Hunts have produced and recorded five albums. Their latest CD, “Hearts Held High,” is available and features eight exciting brand new original compositions. More on the Hunts: Completed 4 US tours; National Television debut on The Tony Danza Show; Multiple appearances at the World Championships for Irish Dance in Ireland, Scotland and Philadelphia; Performed for 3 seasons at Busch Gardens Williamsburg. “The multi-talented Hunt Family recently sang, fiddled, and toe-tapped across the stage to the delight of a standing room only audience. This community has never witnessed a more charming, captivating, thoroughly entertaining and energetic family of musicians in its concert history. It was a sight to behold and definitely left us all with hopes for a repeat performance.” — Nadine Goff, Lee University (Tenn.)School of Music. Tickets ($75) are available for the Sept. 10 or Sept. 11 dinner and concert at http://www.clctickets.com/, or call for information, 218-855-8135. A social/silent auction starts at 5:30, with dinner at 6:30, and the concert at 7:30.