Celtic Christian Spirituality, Jan 23 - Feb 27
Learn about the origins of Celtic Christianity and the enduring and fascinating legacy of the Irish Saints in time for the feastdays of St. Brigid (February 1) and St. Patrick (March 17) in this 6 week course.
Liam Miller's Dolmen Press: Making Thomas Kinsella's The Tain and John Montague's The Rough FIeld, Jan 27
From the 1950s and into the 1980s, Liam Miller played a central role in Irish graphic arts, Irish theatre, Irish Catholicism, and Irish poetry. Above, he and his Dolmen Press brought the parochial and backward parish of Irish publishing out of isolation and into international critical repute.
Introduction to the Course of Irish History, Jan 29 - March 12
With John Davenport. A survey class in Irish history for all levels of learners using the classic text, The Course of Irish History in its most recent edition[T.W. Moody and F.X. Martin (et. al.); New York: Rinehart, Roberts Publishers, 2012. 5th edition]. The class will take into account the various perspectives on Ireland's history in a non-ideological and fun manner.
Poetry in Slow Motion study group, Feb 10
The next meeting of 'The Poetry in Slow Motion' study group is on Sat, Feb 10 at 11:00 am in the EML. The group is reading the hypnotically luminous section "The Wind in the Reeds" from The Collected Poetry of W.B. Yeats. This is a free event and is open to the public. If interested, please contact Patrick at firstname.lastname@example.org [Note: this group usually meets once a month on Saturday mornings.]
Searson in Concert, Feb 11
Giving Canada’s old time sounds a renewal into modern roots. Seamlessly blending spirited fiddling, energetic dancing and gorgeous harmonies. A love of incorporating the Ottawa Valley style music with Celtic, East Coast, Scottish and various other styles can be heard throughout the Searson sisters' performance.
Scotland's Dàimh in Concert, Feb 15
Taking their name from the Scottish Gaelic word for kinship, ‘Gaelic Supergroup’ Dàimh (pronounced dive) are a 5 piece band based in Lochaber in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland; an area as much renowned for its scenic beauty as for its rich musical and cultural heritage. Recent accolades include 2014’s award for the Best Folk Band in Europe at the prestigious Folkherbst competition in Germany and 2015's win of Folk Band of the Year at the Scottish Traditional Music Awards. In 2016, The Hebridean Sessions was nominated for Album of the Year, and Dàimh vocalist Ellen MacDonald was awarded Gaelic Singer of the Year by Scots Trad Music Awards.
Benefit for Birds of Prey, Feb 17
7pm.$15 at door. 17 and under $5.
An evening of learning about raptor initiatives and of live entertainment! Stay tuned!
Céilí Dance, Feb 17
7-10pm. $5 per person, $20 family maximum.
Traditional Irish folk dancing with live music from the Twin Cities Ceili Band. Dances taught and called, families welcome! Presented by the Irish Music and Dance Association.
Éigse CIM, A Gaela Event, Feb 24
The Center for Irish Music and emcee Máirtín de Cógáin invite you to dress up in your finest, bring your friends, and join us for Éigse CIM, A Gaela Event, an evening in support of traditional Irish music.
The Celtic Junction is a Twin Cities-based arts and cultural center that provides a central gathering place to educate our audiences and preserve, promote and celebrate the Celtic cultural legacy for the benefit of all ages and future generations.
Celtic Junction Arts Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and an all ages venue located in the Creative Enterprise Zone.
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