Irish Heritage Center of Greater Cincinnati

3905 Eastern Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45226
513.533.0100
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Irish Heritage Center of Greater Cincinnati



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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Centennial Date of 1916 Rising

April 24th, 2016 - Sunday
Meet at the Memorial Plaque dedicated to our first Irish immigrant ancestors who arrived on the Waterfront of the Ohio 1:00 PM Public Reading of the Proclamation followed by a visit to the Irish Center for sandwiches, desserts and Dr. William H.A. Williams presentation of the Easter Rising in song and stories with the Blue Rock Boys, Ceol Mhor and the Irish American Theater Company. William (Bill) is former professor from University College, Dublin, Ireland, and Union Institute of Cincinnati, He is a prolific musician of many instruments and Author of many articles and books including Tourism, Landscape and the Irish Character/Creating Irish Tourism/ 'Twas Only An Irishman's Dream/ Tho' It Were ten Thousand Miles (also developed into an award-winning full length play) / Galway Girl; and a musical, Maggie Murphy's Home. - 2pm.


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.


Pub Night with Mick & Friends

April 21st, 2016 - Thursday
Enjoy an evening with the lovely voice of the Irish Tenor Mick McEvilley, followed by an Irish sing song (open Mic) for a variety of talent: every month on the third Thursday of the month. Past 3rd Thursdays have included, music, poetry, history, dancing  and song. This April 21st Thursday includes a set by The Bonnies a great new all-female group full of music, fun and fantastic harmony for 2016. FREE. 7pm.


Free Music Night in the Irish Pub

May 5th, 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 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, 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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Upcoming Events


4/21
Pub Night with Mick and Friends

4/24
1916 Rising Centennial

5/5
Free Music Pub Night

6/24
IHC Golf Outing

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