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Peace and Merriment

Alli Walker
2 p.m., Sunday December 09

 The Riley School of Irish Music is celebrating its 17th anniversary with a holiday concert featuring traditional Irish and Celtic holiday music performed by students and faculty. Hear the members of the school play harps, whistles, fiddles, concertinas, flutes, bodhrans and much more. Refreshments will be served after the performance. 



Where: Columbia Baptist Church
Phone: 513-549-3780
Address: 3718 Eastern Avenue
Website: www.rileyirishmusic.com

Columbia Baptist Church

3718 Eastern Avenue
Cincinnat, OH
45226
 
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