Many thanks to Aer Lingus from the All-Ireland Cultural Society
TWO ROUND-TRIP TICKETS from Seattle to Dublin
$200 stipend for Travel to Seattle
Some restrictions apply
No cash redemptive value but the retail value is $1,500+
The Draw will be on August 16th
- 1 ticket for $5
- 3 for $10
- 7 for $20
We are only selling 1,000 tickets
Need not be present to win.
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Full details of the winning tickets from Aer Lingus:
- Your tickets are valid through December 2021. Originally the expiration date was March 31, 2021, but Aer Lingus extended the date through December 2021 in light of the coronavirus.
- Blackout dates include June 15th through August 22nd and December 15 to December 31, 2021.
- Peak times of travel and holidays may not always be available, all seats are subject to availability and capacity controls.
- The tickets are non-transferable and have no cash redemption value.
- Both tickets must be used together on the same dates.
- Tickets are valid for an economy class round-trip on Aer Lingus from Seattle to Ireland and based on availability. Not valid for bookings on partner airlines or codeshare flights.
- United States government taxes/security/airport fees not included and must be paid for by the prize winner.
- Once ticketed, any changes made will be charged the current applicable fees.
- Completed travel forms must be submitted to Aer Lingus at least 60 days prior to departure.
If purchasing online you must do so by August 14th to allow us time to assign the tickets, write the purchaser’s name and phone number on the stubs, copy the stubs, e-mail them to the purchaser and drop the ticket stubs into the draw. Tickets may also be purchased by mail by sending a check made payable to AICS and mailed to AICS, P.O. Box 3411, Portland, OR 97208-3411. The purchaser will receive a copy of the ticket stubs by mail or at an e-mail address if preferred. The original stubs will be dropped into the draw.
Ticket prices are: $5 for one ticket; $20 for 7 tickets; $40 for 14 tickets and $80 for 28 tickets. There is no limit on the number of tickets one can purchase.
The All Ireland Cultural Society would be happy to provide speakers for an event or gathering. Simply fill out the questionnaire below. The more you can share about the goal or purpose of the talk the better able we will be to match you with an appropriate speaker. We look forward to sharing the Irish culture with you.
IMPORTANT UPDATE! PLEASE READ.
Dear Friends and Members:
We all woke up to the news that Governor Brown is asking for any events scheduled for 250 plus people to cancel. All-Ireland Cultural Society celebrates the St. Patrick’s Day event on March 17th each year. This is our tradition. This year for the health and safety of all concerned we are
canceling our St. Patrick’s Day celebration on March 17, 2020. However, we have rescheduled the event for May 16, 2020, and we will celebrate Beltane. Assuming the health restrictions have been lifted the event will be held at the Aquinas Center. Entertainment, food, beverages, raffle, children’s program, everything will remain the same. The raffle for the Aer Lingus trip to Ireland will be conducted on that day too – May 16th. Stay tuned for exact times.
We are happy to hold any tickets bought online and transfer them to the May 16, 2020 date. If you cannot attend the May event and prefer a refund contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, please put refund in the subject line, please include the name of the person who made the purchase and a phone number where we can contact you in case we have questions.
We are excited about the May Festival. We can welcome summer and celebrate the health restrictions being lifted and coming out of hibernation. We realize the situation is fluid. Please watch our Facebook page and our website oregonirishsociety.org for updates.
We wish you good health and look forward to seeing you in May.
The All-Ireland Cultural Society Board
Continuous entertainment from 3:00 until 7:45 p.m. Authentic Irish music, song, and dance. Face-painting and Penny’s Puppet show for children. See the full schedule below! Food and beverages will available for purchase.
Tuesday, March 17, 2020 | 3 PM – 8 PM
Aquinas Hall | 340 NE Clackamas Street | Portland, Oregon
Join us on March 17th, 2020 for Portland’s Annual St. Patrick’s Day Celebration!
3:00 PM Doors Open
3:30 PM Opening Ceremonies
3:45 PM Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescue Pipes and Drums Band
4:30 PM Molly Malone Irish Dancers and Yeates Academy
5:00 PM Penny’s Puppet Show
5:15 PM Oregon Fire Choir – Leading a sing-a-long
6:00 PM Oregon Irish Dance Academy
7:00 PM Mikey Beglan and the County Cavan 3-piece Ceili Band & Sam Keator
8:00 PM Close of Celebration
3 PM – 7 PM Face painting, storytime, games, puzzles, drawing and more
5 PM Penny’s Puppet Show
- Located on bus and MAX lines & Wheelchair Accessible.
- Food and beverages available for purchase, please note there will not be an ATM on site.
AICS Irish Studies Scholarship
The AICS Irish Studies Scholarship was started in 1979 to promote and advance Irish social and cultural studies for the members of the Club. In 2019 the bylaws were changed to make the scholarship available to the general public, and expanded to include Irish music, Irish dance, Irish song, and Irish sports.
The scholarship fund is limited to $500 per calendar year. The recipient/s of the scholarship/s is to be awarded up to $500 upon completion of study and a report at an AICS general meeting.
Written application must be submitted to the Scholarship committee. Applications are available online and may be submitted to the committee from the 1st of January up to March 31st. Scholarships are awarded at the discretion of the board of directors based on the recommendations of the scholarship committee. Those receiving scholarship funds will be notified by the committee and announced at the April general meeting.
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