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June 18 – June 29
Seamus Kennedy ’s ‘Scotland &
Ireland Adventure’ – RT Air from Newark / Edinburgh / Dublin / Newark,
Breakfast Daily, 8 Dinners, 10 nights 1st class hotels, fully
escorted via deluxe Motorcoach & Irish Driver Guide, Ferry from Scotland
to Ireland, Admissions, Porterage one suitcase pp, Entertainment with Seamus
Kennedy , plus more. Reservations:
Isle Inn Tours 1-800-237-9376 x 18, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reference Seamus Kennedy / email@example.com.
Saturday, June 18
AOH St. Patrick
Division 4 & LAOH St. Bridget Division 4 host their 'Irish Day of
Music' at the CroatianCenter (Schitizen Park) on Schitizen Park Rd in
Millvale. Starts at noon.
of Piping & Drumming at Shady
, Fox Chapel. Information George
Galway Arts Festival in
. If you need anymore
information you can email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or
call 091 509700
29th Annual Cleveland Cultural Festival
at Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds, www.clevelandirish.org – Entertainment with Cherish the Ladies, Tommy Fleming, New Barleycorn, Dermot Henry, Dennis Doyle, Brigid’s Cross, The Kilroys, Michael Crawley, Eileen Ivers & Immigrant Soul, Patrick O’Sullivan, Girsa, Seven Nations, Screaming Orphans, Slide, The High Kings, Guaranteed Irish, Scythian, Dublin City Ramblers, Boston Comhaltas, and more. Details TBA. 1.800.485.8013 Email:
21st Annual Pittsburgh Irish Festival
Riverplex at Sandcastle
Fri 4pm-12 mid, Sat 11am-12 mid, Sun 9am-6pm
Adult - $12 at the door/$10advance
Child - 12 and under free
Senior/Student - $8 with ID
Friday 4pm-6pm $3 admission!
2011 Entertainment Line-up
Makem and Spain Brothers
Colin Grant Band
Bell School of Irish Dance
Burke-Conroy School of Irish Dance
Corned Beef and Curry
Matthew Craig and Kerry Tipper
Pittsburgh Irish Reelers
Pittsburgh Police Pipes and Drums
Red Hand Paddy
Shovlin Academy of Irish Dance
and more to be announced!!
Irish Dance Schools
Bell School of Irish Dance http://bellschool.com/about.htm
Burke Irish Dancers
Pittsburgh Irish Reelers
Shovlin Academy of Dance http://www.shovlinacademy.com/
Pittsburgh Ceili Club
Pittsburgh Gaelic Athletic Association (PGAA)
a representative organization of the Pittsburgh Celtics, Pittsburgh Banshees,
and Pittsburgh Celtics Youth
Hurling Club (PHC)
representative organization of the Pittsburgh Pucas
Practices: Tuesdays @ 5:30pm, Frick Park
Irish Rowing Club (PIRC)
Become a regular at these local
The Echoes of Erin is marking its
22nd year! It airs every Sunday afternoon at 12:30-2:00p.m. on WEDO, 810
AM. Diane Byrnes continues to provide Irish music, news, and other great
information from the Emerald Isle. Keep up the good work, Diane!
Pour House located on Main Street in
Carnegie, PA hosts live entertainment every Friday and Saturday night
starting at 9:00 p.m. Tuesday nights, come for Irish Night: Guinness,
Smithwick's, and Half and Half specials 8-12 p.m. For more information, visit their website or call (412)
Catch the Thistle and Shamrock
every Sunday evening at 7:00 p.m. on WYEP 91.3FM for Celtic music
performances and discussions.
We're always looking for events to include: If you'd like to include your next event in this
newsletter, please send event information including date, time, location,
admission cost, and contact information to email@example.com.
IRISH ENTERTAINERS WEBSITES
Performance Schedules, Etc.
from Johnstown PA -
of Souls -
Beef & Curry - http://www.cornedbeefncurry.com/
Murphy & TSRB http://www.michaelmurphy.us/
Hand Paddy -
The Ireland Institute of Pittsburgh’s mission
is to promote mutual understanding of the Catholic and Protestant traditions
in Northern Ireland and economic development throughout all of Ireland. The
Institute fulfills its mission by providing quality programs in job training,
economic development, leadership development, educational alliances and
reconciliation. The Institute is a change-oriented organization that
collaborates with industry, educational and government institutions in the
development of all programs.
The Ireland Institute
relies on its donor and volunteer network to continue its mission of mutual
reconciliation and economic development. Your generosity is kindly
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available to accept donations through the United Way. Please remember our code
for the United Way Campaign of Southwestern Pennsylvania: 4534. We are also
listed as a non-Profit under the Combined Federal Campaign. Our number is:
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number is: 9016.
If you prefer, a
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All articles are
adapted from www.rte.ie, the Irish Emigrant, the Belfast Telegraph, the Irish
Examiner, BBC, and other news sources.