CURRENT ISSUE:  OCTOBER 2023

This Just In: Ohio Renaissance Festival Honors Harp Day

The Ohio Renaissance Festival, in collaboration with Harp Ireland, celebrates Harp Day on October 21 with enchanting performances by Jay and Abby Michaels, known as The Harper and The Minstrel. Delight in Medieval, Renaissance, and Celtic music played on various instruments, including historical harps, wooden flutes, penny whistles, viola da gamba, hammered dulcimer, and beautiful singing. Join in the celebration of this historic instrument at the Ohio Renaissance Festival.

Editor’s Corner: Halloween Origins Are in Ireland

Learn about the Irish origins of Halloween and discover the words and legends associated with this holiday in Bob Carney’s Speak Irish Column. Also, celebrate the 30th anniversary of Casey’s Irish Imports and join the Annual Al O’Leary Hurling & Camogie Tournament hosted by the Akron Celtic Guards. Don’t miss the Mayo Ball at the end of the month, coinciding with the 20th Anniversary of the Twinning of Cleveland and Achill in Co. Mayo.

Pittsburgh Irish Fest Gallery Sept. 8-10, 2023

  By John O’Brien, Jr. Pittsburgh irish Festival Shines in Celebrating 32nd Annual Festival Featuring: Gaelic Storm, The Screaming Orphans, RUNA, Enda Reilly, Eileen Ivers, The Brigideens, Ally the Piper, […]

The 16th FANtastic Festival Focus Issue July 2023

Shamrock Club of Columbus Brew FestJuly 7 Featuring: Jared Denen, Shorty Allen & the Skirt Chasers, Brave the Sea, Bastard Bearded Irishmen. Shamrock Club of Columbus, 60 West Castle Road, […]