Free Music Night in the Irish Pub
June 2nd, 2016 - Thursday
First Thursday music night in the Pub. The Blue Rock Boys or the Easter Rising Band do traditional Irish music with a rock influence. Superior musicianship marks both of these groups and the singing is raucous and fun. Free admission. Selection of Irish brews on tap, plus whiskey, wine, and more. Celebrate friendships old and new! 7pm.
Irish Genealogical Society Day
June 5th, 2016 - Sunday
Co-sponsored by the Irish Heritage Center and the Hamilton County Genealogical Society. Diane Keyon of the Hamilton County Genealogical Society and our own IHC Genealogy Detective Jim McKiernan host an afternoon of interaction and fun. Genealogy, pub libations, tea, coffee, and desserts for purchase. 2pm.
Ulysses for Beginners
June 16th, 2016 - Thursday
A theatrical interpretation of James Joyce's book held in the Irish Pub. A lively evening with theatrical reading, complete with toasting segments! Always wanted to understand Ulysses but were overwhelmed by the book? Come and learn what you may have missed, or just enjoy a new interpretation! $10. 7pm.
IHC Golf Outing
June 24th, 2016 - Friday
Lunch, then shotgun start at 1 p.m. Reeves Golf Course (4757 Playfield Lane 45226) followed by dinner, prizes and cash bar at the IHC!
$100 per person or $400 per foursome if paid by May 30th. $115 per person or $450 per foursome if paid in June. Includes golf, cart, lunch, dinner and golfing prizes. Don't or can't golf? Come for dinner and auction - only $25. Complete the foursome information sheet here and return with check to: Golf Outing - Irish Heritage Center, 3905 Eastern Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45226.
Wrap up of The Weir
THE Irish American Theater Company took its rendition of THE WEIR to the 23rd annual Acting Irish International Theatre Festival in Milwaukee, WI, performing on Saturday, May 28th to a packed house.
The AIITF 2016 is now history and Mick McEvilley was nominated yet again for Best Actor!
Competition was tough but the IATC was right up there, and the show was praised by adjudicators and audience alike for its tight performance. Thanks be to all who saw the show here at home.
Irish Heritage Center of Cincinnati's Ohio Rose of Tralee contestant Kathleen Rose O'Donnell is the State of Ohio Rose winner!
Kathleen Rose O'Donnell now represents the Irish Heritage Center, our city of Cincinnati and all of the state of Ohio. Congratulations to the first ever Ohio Rose from Cincinnati!
Kathleen was the perfect choice to represent the IHC in the Rose of Tralee. She is 21 years old and a very talented, smart, friendly young girl who loves her Irish heritage and ancestral connection to Ireland. Kathleen has been a volunter for the past 6 years at the Irish Center selling tickets, ushering, portraying characters like "Molly Malone" and "Annie Moore", and choreographing and performing Ballet and Hooping pieces onstage during our largest events.
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