Saturday, April 7, 2019
Féile na Gaeilge / Irish Language Day: The Sea / An Fharraige
Enjoy a full day of activities for Irish language enthusiasts
This full-day immersion for Irish speakers of all levels features music, film, writing, and storytelling workshops exploring Ireland’s relationship with the waters that surround it. Hear stories of sirens and selkies in the language in which they were originally told, sing sea shanties and ballads, watch a cooking demo of a classic Irish seafood dish, and take in an award-winning film, all while practicing your conversation skills with our diverse and welcoming Gaeilge community.
For all levels!
For more details, please go to https://irishartscenter.org/event/feile-na-gaeilge-irish-language-day-2019
Friday, October 12 at 6:30 p.m.
American Irish Historical Society (5th Avenue and 80th Street
Monday, August 6, 2018, 7:00 - 9:30 p.m.
The Irish American Society of Nassau, Suffolk & Queens invites you to come out with the family for a great night of music and dancing
Location: Nassau County, Eisenhower Park, Lakeside Theatre Parking Field 6/6A,
Hempstead Turnpike and Merrick Avenue, East Meadow, NY
Tony Jackson - Master of Ceremonies
Tommy Flynn- National Anthems
Inis Fada Pipe Band
CCE Mulligan Quinn - Clann Agus Cairde Ceili Band
Featuring Sean Quinn & Dom Lavin
Inis Fada Set Dancers
Donny Golden School of Champion Irish Step Dancers
Tommy Flynn Band
Remember to bring your lawn chairs or blankets
Chaired By - Bridie Mahoney & Brendan Kerins
Wednesday, July 18, 2018 @ 6:00 pm
Where: LIC Landing by Coffeed, 52-10 Center Blvd, Long Island City, NY 11101
Join McManus Irish dance and the Hunters Point Parks Conservancy as they host a FREE celebration of Irish heritage in Queens. Bagpipes, Irish Dance, traditional music and song by local professionals and children’s groups. Gaelic sport demos and more. The event will take place on the gorgeous East River waterfront, with a midtown Manhattan backdrop at LIC Landing at Coffeed (beer,wine and food available for purchase) easily accessible by Ferry and the 7 train.
Thanks to their many friends and sponsors: LIC Landing by COFFEED, Hunters Point Parks Conservancy, Woodbines LIC & the New York Irish Center. Full list of performance groups and program to follow!
Thank you to all who attended our March 14 fundraiser and supported Irish Studies at Queens College! We are particularly grateful to President Matos Rodriguez for providing the introductions, to Acting Director Eileen Sprague for organizing the event, to journalist (and QC almuna) Mary Murphy for her remarks, and to Deans Janice Smith and Michael Wolfe for making the event possible.
Acting Director Eileen Colleran Sprague and Journalist Mary Murphy