For St. Patrick’s Day 2021, since we couldn’t hold our usual in-person event, we decided to put together a virtual event! Here you’ll find an abundance of videos to enjoy from numerous local Irish dancers, singers, and musicians. We are so lucky to be surrounded by so much incredible talent. Irish culture is alive and well here in Oregon! We are hopeful that in 2022 we will be able to hold our annual St. Patrick’s Day event in-person. Stay tuned!
WATCH THE ENTIRE PLAYLIST
WATCH PENNY’S PUPPET SHOW
WATCH SPECIFIC VIDEOS
Click the links below if you’d like to watch (or rewatch!) specific videos from the event!
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In the lead up to St. Patrick’s Day, we hosted a 17-day countdown on our Facebook page, posting old videos as sneak peeks to introduce many of the performers in our virtual event. Click the links below to rewatch all these wonderful countdown videos!
WATCH AS ONE BONUS PLAYLIST
WATCH SPECIFIC BONUS VIDEOS
EXTRA BONUS: ANNIE’S WHEATON BREAD RECIPE
AICS member Annie Doherty was kind enough to put her wheaton bread recipe together for us so that everyone can make some yummy Irish bread this St. Patrick’s Day! We posted it on our Facebook page, but in case you missed it…
COMPLETELY FREE EVENT!
This online event is entirely FREE and available to everyone! If you would like to make a donation to the All-Ireland Cultural Society, you may! All donations received this St. Patrick’s Day will go directly to our Scholarship Fund.
THANK YOU SPONSORS!
We’d like to extend a big thank you to our two sponsors for this event, Neil Kelly and Ceili of the Valley! Their support made this event possible. Thank you, Neil Kelly and Ceili of the Valley, for helping us keep Irish culture alive and thriving in Oregon!
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Would you like to help us put together wonderful events like this one? We’d love to have you! Anyone is welcome to become a member of the All-Ireland Cultural Society of Oregon.