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Irish dancing a fun way to connect with history and culture

Published March 17, 2016, in the Concord Monitor

Irish dancing might be most popular around St. Patrick’s Day, but the centuries-old folk steps weren’t intended just for the holiday. 791 more words

Feature

Why We Won't Celebrate St. Patrick's Day

Okay, not exactly.  That’s kind of a misleading title.  We DO celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, just not in the way most Americans do.  How I came to make this decision is a long story… as most Irish ones are, so let’s get started. 3,203 more words

The Cautious Mom

Cólaiste Cranncha Céili.

For ‘Seachtain La Gaelige” TY’s are putting on different event through out the school to represent the Irish language, culture, music, traditions. In Irish we were put into groups in my group there was Eimear, Alex, Oran, Peter, Tiffany and myself. 78 more words

Crana College

"Uniquely Yours" has been published!!

We have such exciting news for you! Ms. Ceili’s latest book “Uniquely Yours” is now available on Amazon.com!!! If you or someone you know loves adult coloring books then you will LOVE this book as well!! 88 more words

Diary Entires

Dances with Fools

Three years ago Eimear ‘Mother’ D founded the Irish Society at the University of Bristol. It was just what was needed by the students of Bristol: craic, great accents, Father Ted, a group to watch Ireland win the Six Nations with and (of course) awesome, cheap, relaxed ceilis. 245 more words

Music

Host Family Farewell

Throughout their time in DC, the students stayed in the homes of WIP supporters.  These host families are a core aspect of the WIP experience, and on their final night in DC 37 more words

Elaine Beirne

The Saturday Night Scene

Some famous band is playing at The Rave. All the side streets are lined with cars. Young people cross the road in front of me, stand in tight groups beside their racy Hondas, turn and watch as I drive past. 473 more words

Dancing