Join us at the IACC on St. Patrick’s Day, Sunday, March 17, 2019
Rise up early as we kick-off St. Patrick’s Day at our club.
In the Morning:
Watch the All Ireland Club Football and Hurling Finals, $20 pp
10:00 am GAA AIB All Ireland Senior Hurling Club Final: Ballyhale Shamrocks Vs. St Thomas
11:45 am GAA AIB All Ireland Senior Football Club Final: Corofin Vs. Crokes
Irish breakfast will be served 8:00 am – 12 noon, $13.00.
For breakfast reservations, please call Anne Hines at 203-488-4902.
In the Afternoon:
No Admission Charge in the Afternoon.
It will be a family friendly atmosphere so please bring along the entire family!
Corned beef sandwiches and hot dogs will be available for purchase all day.
If you have time to volunteer this day, please call any club officer.
Irish Music from 1:00-4:00 pm
Holly DeMorro, is a Brooklyn based musician and songwriter. She is well known around venues in NY City such as The Bitter End, The Delaney and Jim Brady’s.
Traditional songs and tunes from 4:00-7:00 pm
With Jim, Willow and Moyra
In the Evening:
A Traditional Ceili starting at 7:00 pm, $15 pp
KATIE MURRAY – Born in London, England, to Irish parents, Katie Murray moved to Co. Mayo, Ireland, at age 10 and quickly immersed herself in the South Sligo music scene which has highly influenced her style of fiddle playing. Following a number of years in Manchester, England, Katie moved to New Haven, Connecticut in 2015 where she works as Research Scientist. Katie can be regularly found playing in Irish music sessions throughout New England.
LORETTA EGAN MURPHY – grew up in New York City, learning button accordion with Pete Kelly, the renowned county Galway musician. Loretta is very active in Irish traditional music events throughout Connecticut, and plays regularly at music sessions, concerts, dances and festivals. She has performed in concert with members of internationally acclaimed groups including Cherish the Ladies, the P.V. O’ Donnell Band, Music in the Glen, and the Shamrock Traditional Irish Music Society.
JONATHAN WARNER – spent the last 20 years playing all sorts of bagpipes, fifes, flutes, and whistles- eventually finding a home in traditional Irish music and the complex Uilleann pipes. For 7 of those years Jon was employed by Ralph Sweet at Sweetheart Flute Company, learning the art of wooden flute and whistle making, where he made many of the instruments he plays. As a featured guest at sessions throughout Connecticut and beyond, Jon can be heard regularly at Grace O’Malley’s in Fairfield and The Playwright in Hamden.
BRIAN REYNOLDS as “Caller”