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Green Tie Affair

Alli Walker
6:30 p.m., Saturday November 17 | $50 members/$55 non-members.

 This event celebrates an evening of Irish traditions: music of Changeling, Silver Arm, Friendly Sons of St. Patrick Glee Club, and Tenor Mick McEvilley, a performance by the McGing Irish Dancers and a keynote address by Aidan Cronin, Consul General of Ireland. Enjoy the James Joyce Exhibit, on loan from the National Library of Ireland, art, hors d'oeuvres, and a wine reception. 



Where: Irish Heritage Center
Phone: 513-533-0100
Address: 3905 Eastern Ave.
Website: www.irishcenterofcincinnati.com

Irish Heritage Center

3905 Eastern Ave.
Columbia Tusculum, OH
45226
 
The IHC was founded to promote the Irish Culture through the study of customs, dance, education, film, genealogy, history, language, lectures, literature, music, mythology, poetry, social interaction, song, sport, theater and the visual arts.
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