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Youth Gaelic sports is starting up this week, and there are some major music events coming later. And the Irish and the British are making up–at least in Philly at a special event co-sponsored by the Irish-American Chamber and the British-American Business Council. And there’s more!
The Second Street Irish Society hosted the parade awards ceremony on Thursday night–and had a nail ready for their latest prize.
Along with painting nights, Bingo is topping the list for Irish groups looking to raise money for their organizations. We investigated one Bingo event this week. Won zip. Had a great time.
New fees and requirements have driven the festival of Irish music out of the city to a park in Bensalem, Bucks County.
Leo and Anto of the Saw Doctors and Waterboys are in town all weekend, with the John Byrne Band. Also this week: Celtic music from Canada and awards presentations for the Philly St. Patrick’s Day Parade winners. And more.
Here’s a close look at what it might be like to live in one of Patrick Dougherty’s Hobbit houses–and some insights into how they all came together.
Sculptor Patrick Dougherty’s newest creation, a Hobbit-like cluster of cottages crafted entirely of sticks, debuted at Morris Arboretum.
Scythian and Blackthorn are doing fundraisers, two fine Irish singers are coming to the stage at the Irish Center, and there’s Irish bingo this week! Not to mention two plays, painting fundraisers, and a Gaelic for beginners class.