What we're about

A place for the Irish in New York:

Irish-born, first generation, second generation, any generation.

Love the culture, love the people, are a wannabe.

Can spell Dun Laoghaire, know the lyrics to every U2 song, can't stand U2...

Speak Irish, don't have the cupla focal and don't even know what that means...

to hang out and enjoy each other's company and enjoy Irish and New York culture in all its glory.

Upcoming events (4)

Screaming Orphans On-Line Concert

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The Screaming Orphans, the award-winning all-sister Celtic pop and folk band become "The Streaming Orphans" as they stream a live concert from their home in Bundoran in County Donegal, Ireland. Streaming via facebook live at https://www.facebook.com/screamingorphans/ If you can, financial support appreciated: https://www.screamingorphans.com/onlineconcerts

At Home With Irish Arts Center: NYC Irish Dance Festival

For the first time ever, a virtual NYC Irish Dance Festival FESTIVAL SCHEDULE Curated by Niall O’Leary TCRG, ADCRG Part 1: The “Workshop Tent” on YouTube 2:00pm Workshop: Sean-nós dance with Danielle Enblom 2:15pm Workshop: Irish Step Dance with Donny Golden 2:30pm Arts and crafts break: Make-a-dancer with materials from home 2:35pm Workshop: ModErin with Darrah Carr Dance 2:45pm Workshop/Demonstration: Celtic Tap Improv with Niall O’Leary 2:55pm Q&A with Danielle Enblom, Donny Golden, Darrah Carr, and Niall O’Leary Intermission: 3:15pm Part II: Mainstage performances livestreamed on Facebook and YouTube 3:30pm Performance: Aherne Sheehan School of Irish Dance 3:40pm Dance Jam: Musical interlude with Jake James Sit & listen or get up & dance! 3:45pm Performance: Niall O’Leary School of Irish Dance 3:55pm Dance Jam: Musical interlude with Joanie Madden of Cherish the Ladies Sit & listen or get up & dance! 4:00pm Performance: Donny Golden Dancers 4:10pm Dance Jam: Musical Interlude with Jake James Sit & listen or get up & dance! 4:15pm Performance: Danielle Enblom 4:20pm Dance Jam: Musical interlude with Joanie Madden of Cherish the Ladies Sit & listen or get up & dance! 4:25pm Performance: Darrah Carr Dance: ModErin 4:35pm Dance Jam: Musical interlude with Jake James 4:40pm Performance: Niall O’Leary Irish Dance Troupe 4:50pm Dance Jam Finale: Musical interlude with Jake James and Niall O’Leary

New York-New Belfast Conference 2020

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The annual New York New Belfast forum will be on-line this year. This year’s programme will feature both commentary on where both cities stand today as well as a clarion call for the future. Rebooting our tourism industry, reconnecting our cities, renewing our university partnerships, refreshing business links will all provide much food for thought at our virtual gathering. Registration is free but they would be grateful if delegates could contribute to our associate conference Covid-19 fightback appeals: Meitheal in New York and the Robin Hood Project in Belfast. https://www.gofundme.com/f/irishamerican-meitheal-in-support-of-healthcare https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/options-robinhood Register on-line: https://aisling-events.com/event/new-york-new-belfast-conference-2020/

Past to Apron: Food History Conference (Online)

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If you love food, history or culture here's an upcoming event you may find of interest: Past to Apron. This will be a one day event highlighting various aspects of food history - not defined by region or timeframe. Held online you can "attend" from anywhere - and listen to the talks from 10AM or join later in the day or over the weekend to review replays. Past to Apron: Food History Conference (Virtual) Saturday, June 27,[masked]:00 AM to 4:30 PM EDT Add to calendar Online event Details PROGRAM AND TICKETS NOW ONLINE A mixing, blending, stirring up...of history and culinary...introducing Past to Apron. Past to Apron (www.pasttoapron.com) is a virtual conference focused on culinary history. The one day event will feature a variety of speakers highlighting different facets of culinary history. There are 12 talks in total that will take you across the eras and the regions - and with a wonderful mix of speakers: historians, book/cookbook authors, historic interpreters, food stylists, genealogists and more. Talk topics: * Food history at Fortnum & Mason * The history of butter (in Ireland) * Medieval feasts from different regions * Food and drink consumption during Ireland's Great Hunger * History of the baguette and croissant * Colonial farm history in early New York * Food styling for historic TV and film productions * Suffrage era community cookbooks * Indigenous food and heritage * Food museums as cultural indicators * Enslaved foodways of New Netherland (now known as NY state) * Shakespearean era food To view the schedule and book in please visit here: https://past-to-apron-culinary-history-conference.heysummit.com Hope to "see" you there!

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