August Out & ABout Ohio Music & Events

Out & About Ohio – August

 

Cleveland – Mary Robinson at Severance Hall

Sept. 9th 12:30 p.m. – Former President of Ireland and Human Rights Advocate Mary Robinson will be awarded the Inamori Ethics Prize and will speak on “New Challenges for Human Rights in the 21st Century” at Severance Hall.  Free Admission.  Severance Hall 11001 Euclid Ave Cleveland, OH 44106-1713.

Cleveland / Willoughby – Mullarkey’s

1st – Kevin McCarthy, 8th – Wasted at the Wake, 15th – Dan McCoy, 22nd – One More Pint, 29th – Pat Shepherd.

Medina – Sully’s

7th  –  Jim Gill, 8th  – The New Barleycorn, 14th  – Mossy Moran, 15th  – Donal O’Shaughnessy, 21st  – Bald Paul’s Irish Blues Band, 28th  – The Kreellers, 29th  – That Irish Band.

Cleveland – West Park Station

6th – Tigue/Eroc, 7th – Rkade HH   Hooked on Tonics 10pm, 8th – Bluesmatics HH,
13th – Galen Martin HH, 14th – Bluescasters HH, 15th – Etiquette HH Echo Forte 10pm,
20th – Jackson Rohm, 21st – DJ ice Cold 10pm, 22nd – Steve Michaels HH Trailer Park Ninjas 10pm, 27th – Chris Kanuch, 28th – Crazy Talk Duo HH Faction 10pm, 29th – Becky Boyd HH  Drunk Betty

Medina – AOH Notre Dame Tickets Raffle

Enter the raffle to win four concurrent seats for the Notre Dame v. Nevada Sept 5th football game @ Notre Dame. The winner will also receive a $250 cash prize.  Tickets are $10 each/ 3 for $20.  Call Joseph Casey at 330-225-0932
Cleveland / Olmsted Twp – West Side Irish American Club

Food & Entertainment Every Friday 7:00 to ?

July 31st – Wally Franz, 7th – Lisa Spicer, 14th – Bald Paul’s Irish Blues, 21st – Emerald Heart, 28th – Wasted at the Wake.

29th – Country Western Night, featuring LOST STATE OF FRANKLIN.  Prize for best dressed Cow Girl and Cow Boy.  BBQ Dinner served at 6:00 pm     Dancing 7:00 – 10 pm. Donation: $15.00.  Weather permitting this will be in The Pavilion.  For tickets contact: Helen Malloy @ 216 251 4075

St. Pat’s Gaelic Football Club and The WSIA Club Present:  Youth Irish Cultural sessions Tír Na nÓg (Land of the Youth).  Classes for Irish-American Youth on the 2nd & 4th Sunday of each month thru October.  1pm to 5pm.  Sessions cover Gaelic Football, Basic Irish Language, History of Irish Music and Ceili Dancing. 5-18 year olds / $25 for entire year.  Membership of the WSIA is not required, but encouraged!!  For more information/sign up Eileen Maloney 440-327-1029, or stpatsyouthgfc@yahoo.com.  West Side Irish American Club 8559 Jennings Rd. 44138 www.wsia-club.org. 440-235-5868.

Cleveland -The Harp

5th – Lonesome Stars, 7th – Walking Cane, 12th -$100.00 Trio, 15th – Pitch the Peat, 19th -Lonesome Stars, 21st – Kristine Jackson, 22nd – Porter Sharks, 26th – $100.00 Trip, 29th – Chris Allen

Cleveland – PJ McIntyre’s

1st – T.B.A., 7th – punch the clown, 8th – kerosene, 14th – outlaw i+i ( reggae ), 15th – cosmic candy, 21st – reality tour band, 22nd – charlie in the box, 28th – heart and soul, 29th – tuesdaze crush.  PJ’s is now Booking all Parties in their new CRAIC PARLOR PARTY ROOM.  Call Patrick for Bookings and Info. Showing ALL GAA Action!

Cleveland – Flat Iron Café

The Flat Iron has extended happy hour, shot specials and food specials every Friday night, come down and check it out!

Cleveland – Sullivan’s Irish Restaurant & Pub

1st. – The New Barleycorn

Claddagh Irish Pub – Legacy Village

2nd & 30th – Sessions with the Terriers, 6 – 9

Cleveland – Beck Center for the Arts
1-2 Little Shop of Horrors; 3-14 Tech Theater Internship; 14th – Junior Theater Camp Performance – Beach Blanket Bash!; 14th – Visual Arts Enrichment Campers’ Exhibition; 14 – 15 Musical Theater Camp Performance – Broadway: The New Millennium.  Beck Center for the Arts 17801 Detroit Avenue Lakewood, OH  44107 (216) 521-2540 x20

Cleveland – Irish American Club East Side
22nd – Island Delight Night with Tom & Gayle Todd – $5 Members/$7 Non, Music 8 -12

Irish American Club East Side 22770 Lake Shore Blvd. Euclid, 44123. (216) 731-4003 www.irishamericanclubeastside.com

Huron – Shamrock & Thistle Celtic Gathering

September 19th & 20th – Featuring Searson, The Kreelers, Zoo Station, The Terriers, Morrison & McCarthy, Turn the Corner, Michael Crawley, Marcus Dirk, Pipe Bands, Irish and Highland Dancing, Food, Vendors, Kid’s Area Demonstrations and more.  Call 419.357.2688

Mentor – Hooley House

Every Wednesday – pub trivia,  Every Thursday – 2P’s in a Pub Karaoke. www.1funpub.com (440) 942-6611

Cleveland – Pat Joyce Scholarship Fund 5K Race

15th – in Lakewood, see www.hermescleveland.com of Kevin Patterson 440.937.9908.

Columbus – Shamrock Club Events

6th – Bardic Circle Sessions, 9th – General Meeting, 11th – Progressive Euchre, 20th – Bardic Circle Sessions, 21st – Kirby Sessions, 22nd – Corn Roast, 29th – Quiz Night.  60 W. Castle Rd. Columbus 43207 614-491-4449 www.shamrockclubofcolumbus.com 

Columbus – 22nd Annual Dublin Irish Fest

31st, August 1-2 featuring Brigid’s Cross, Gaelic Storm, Scythian, the Prodigals, Young Dubliners, Screaming Orphans, Pogey, La Bottine Souriante, Bua, Dervish, Slide, Celtic Tenors, Ladies of Longford, Hooligans, Clancy Legacy, Niamh Parsons and Graham Dunne, Troy McGillivray, Derek Warfield & the Young Wolfe Tones and many more: www.DublinIrishFestival.org

Columbus – Drowsy Lads Gigs

July 31st – Dublin Irish Festival, 4:30, 2nd – Dublin Irish Festival, 6:00, 9th – Lakeside Chittaqua, 1:00pm, 15th – Drowsy Lads at Columbus CREW soccer match, CREW Stadium’s “Irish Night”, 22nd – Drowsy Lads at Claddagh Irish Pub (Front St.), 8:30p

 

Dayton – AOH & LAOH Events

7th – First Friday Ceili Party. 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. at 818 Linden Avenue in Dayton. Contact Shelagh McGovern 937-321-6687 / mcgoverndance@live.com.
8th – An Irish Music Hall Session. 8:00 to 11:00 p.m. at the AOH Hall.  Contact Kevin Graham 937-864-2641.
21st – AOH Social Hour, 8:00 p.m., AOH Hall.  Contact John Hickey 937-253-4329 / irishlawserve@yahoo.com or Eric Dilger 937-256-8351 / emdilger@yahoo.com. JFK Division #1 / Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians, Mary of the Gael, Division # 1 & Member Organizations.  * The Men’s Division website is www.aoh-dayton.org.

 

Detroit – Gaelic League

See a complete list of news, events and background for the Gaelic League of Detroit at www.gaelicleagueofdetroit.com

Toledo – Rivercruise and Golf Outing
13th -The Lucas County Hibernians Annual Rivercruise – A three hour cruise on the Maumee River in the Sandpiper.  Food for the event is being
donated by Hibernian, Mike Cassidy. Sherri McNeill sherrimcneill@hotmail.com

22nd – The Hibernian Golf Outing at Deme Acres.  18 holes of golf w/ cart followed by a steak dinner (lunch) for $45.00.  Tom Flowers TFlowersND@buckeye-express.com.Profits from the golf outing go into the Lucas County Hibernian Scholarship Fund.

 

Youngstown – Co. Mayo Band Gigs

2nd – St. Patrick’s Church Festival, 5th – O’Donold’s Irish Pub, 23rd – Vienna Township Concert Series, Vienna.

Youngstown Irish Fest Gathering of the Clans

15 – 16 – The Youngstown Irish Festival,  Maronite Center in Austintown, featuring Homeland, Cathal Dunne, Colleen Harris, The Youngstown Area Irish Stepdancers, The Shaffers, and County Mayo.

Ongoing Traditional Irish Sessions – Bring your instruments and play along!
            Great Lakes Brewing Co – First Monday of Every month in the Beer Cellar, 6-9 PM.  (Tends to be intermediate to advanced players)

Cleveland WSIA Club, Jennings Rd, Olmsted Twp – 1st Saturdays of the Month in Pub BEGINNERS AND KIDS WELCOME!  Usually 2-5pm, call to verify time. (440) 235-5868  website: www.wsia-club.org

Old Angle Tavern, W. 25th  Street, Cleveland – Thursday 8PM

Bardic Circle at The Shamrock Club of Columbus  Beginner-friendly, intermediate-level Irish session meeting every other Thursdays from 8:00 pm -11:00 pm

Claddagh Irish Pub, Legacy Village, Lyndhurst 12th & 26th, Sunday 7 to 10 pm.

Bowling Green Common Space* – 437 South Main, Bowling Green. SLOW SESSIONS – so folks can learn tunes.  2nd & 4th Monday, 7:00 to 8:00

Blarney Pub* – Toledo, 1st  Saturday of the month 5-8pm.
Grounds For Thought* – 174 S. Main Street, Bowling Green. 2nd Sunday of the month, 1-4pm October thru May or June.

*Mary Dennis or Bob Midden 419-352-8050 or mjdennis@woh.rr.com

Sunday Radio Appearances

Tomorrow, I’ll be on Gerry Quinn Irish Hours 10:00 a.m. to Noon (WHK 1420AM) & Song of Britain & Ireland w/ Joe Nichols & Kevin McGinty 4:00 to 5:00 (WCPN 90.3FM), talking about Cleveland Irish Cultural Festival and the Ohio Irish American News. Always great music on both shows, so please tune in.

Volnteers requested for Cleveland Irish Cultural Festival this week

Only 6 days until Cleveland Irish Cultural Festival – recruiting volunteers for this Tuesday evening 4 to 9, Wednesday 10 a.m. to 9, Friday 10 to 4 & Monday (27th), 10 a.m. to 4 to help set up – the work is easy, you can have fun, meet new, active, involved people and help out a worthy cause.  Give an hour, give a day, or any combination there of – any help is greatly appreciated! Berea Fairgrounds.

ONE Week ’till the 27th Annual Cleveland Irish Cultural Festival

One Week until the 27th Annual Cleveland Irish Cultural Festival!
27th Annual Cleveland Irish Cultural Festival
July 24 – 26, 2009
Berea Fairgrounds

Batt Burns
Brendan Shine
Brigid’s Cross
Cherish the Ladies
Crossroads Ceili
Dennis Doyle
Dermot Henry
Eileen Ivers & Immigrant Soul
Fintan Stanley
Hedge Band: Billy McComiskey, Patrick Orceau, Pat Egan, Laura Byrne
Irish Descendants
Johnny McEvoy
The Kreellers
Logan Wells
Makem & Spain Brothers
Michael Crawley
Michael Sexton & Pat Walsh Ceili Band
Mossy Moran
New Barleycorn
Prodigals
Screaming Orphans
Shindig
Sean Wilson
Seven Nations
Stephen’s Green
Tommy Fleming

Pipe Bands:
Great Lakes Pipe Band
87th Pipe & Drum
Irish American Club East Side Pipe Band
West Side Irish American Club Pipe Band

Dance Schools:
Leheghan Academy of Dance
Brady Campbell School of Irish Dance
Tessie Burke School of Dance
Patrick Campbell
Rebecca Brady-Campbell
Kevin O’Malley

Theatre Troupes:
Oliver Twisted
Cleveland Irish Players
New Gate Celtic Theatre

Celtic Heritage Cultural Hall:

“Hunger” – Award winning film about Bobby Sands
20 Reasons to Visit Cork
20 reasons to Visit Galway
20 Reasons to Visit Kilkenny
24 Hours in Limerick
A White House, in Black, White and Green
Aran Island’s Precious Stones
Bobby Kennedy’s Bridge
Derry, Our Last Walled City
Doors of Ireland
Galway Bay
Great Castles of Ireland
Inside the Kennedy White House
Ireland’s Literary Tradition
Kilmainham Gaol
Martello Towers
Navy Seal Michael Murphy
Residence of the President of Ireland
The High Priest of Trad – Fr. Charlie Cohen
The Story of Irish Whiskey
The Taoiseach’s Address to Irish Americans
The Wool Industry in Ireland
When Camelot Came to Ireland
Who Was St. Patrick?
An Irish Wedding

Plus Profiles on: Frank McCourt, Daniel Day Lewis, Colt Brennan, Lỉadan, Marẻad Nỉ Mhaonaigh (Altan), Gabriel Byrne, Liam Neeson, The Irish Tenor John McCormack, Frances Black, Solas, Liam Clancy, Cara Dillon, Eleanor McEvoy, Niamh Ni Charra, Maeve Binchy.

www.clevelandirish.org

27th Annual Cleveland Irish Cultural Festival Coming!

27th Annual Cleveland Irish Cultural Festival
July 24 – 26, 2009
Berea Fairgrounds

Batt Burns
Brendan Shine
Brigid’s Cross
Cherish the Ladies
Crossroads Ceili
Dennis Doyle
Dermot Henry
Eileen Ivers & Immigrant Soul
Fintan Stanley
Hedge Band: Billy McComiskey, Patrick Orceau, Pat Egan, Laura Byrne
Irish Descendants
Johnny McEvoy
The Kreellers
Logan Wells
Makem & Spain Brothers
Michael Crawley
Michael Sexton & Pat Walsh Ceili Band
Mossy Moran
New Barleycorn
Prodigals
Screaming Orphans
Shindig
Sean Wilson
Seven Nations
Stephen’s Green
Tommy Fleming

Pipe Bands:
Great Lakes Pipe Band
87th Pipe & Drum
Irish American Club East Side Pipe Band

Dance Schools:
Leheghan Academy of Dance
Brady Campbell School of Irish Dance
Tessie Burke School of Dance
Patrick Campbell
Kevin O’Malley

Celtic Heritage Cultural Hall:

“Hunger” – Award winning film about Bobby Sands
20 Reasons to Visit Cork
20 reasons to Visit Galway
20 Reasons to Visit Kilkenny
24 Hours in Limerick
A White House, in Black, White and Green
Aran Island’s Precious Stones
Bobby Kennedy’s Bridge
Derry, Our Last Walled City
Doors of Ireland
Galway Bay
Great Castles of Ireland
Inside the Kennedy White House
Ireland’s Literary Tradition
Kilmainham Gaol
Martello Towers
Navy Seal Michael Murphy
Residence of the President of Ireland
The High Priest of Trad – Fr. Charlie Cohen
The Story of Irish Whiskey
The Taoiseach’s Address to Irish Americans
The Wool Industry in Ireland
When Camelot Came to Ireland
Who Was St. Patrick?
An Irish Wedding

Plus Profiles on: Frank McCourt, Daniel Day Lewis, Colt Brennan, Lỉadan, Marẻad Nỉ Mhaonaigh (Altan), Gabriel Byrne, Liam Neeson, The Irish Tenor John McCormack, Frances Black, Solas, Liam Clancy, Cara Dillon, Eleanor McEvoy, Niamh Ni Charra, Maeve Binchy.

www.clevelandirish.org

17 Days till Music, Craic, Fun, Dance, Kids, Food, Laughter, Culture, Reunions, Family, Theatre, Workshops, Comedy, Pipe Bands, Singing, ……….

July Out & About Ohio Events

Cleveland / Willoughby – Mullarkey’s

4th – Kevin McCarthy, 11th – Wasted at the Wake, 18th – Dan McCoy, 25th – One More Pint, 8/1 – Kevin McCarthy.

Medina – Sully’s

10th  – The Other Brothers, 11th  – Callahan and O’Connor, 17th  – Mossy Moran. 18th  – The New Barleycorn, 19th * – The New Barleycorn (1st Annual Family Day at Sully’s)  24th  – That Irish Band, 25th  – Shindig (Direct From Dublin), 31st  – The Island Doctor.
*19th – Sully’s 1st Annual Family Day, featuring demonstrations on the Fiddle, Bodhran, Bag Pipes and Irish Step Dancing.  Family Concert at 3:00 pm by the New Barleycorn.  Tyler Tag on bagpipes and Kate Tag on step dancing.  Doors open at noon.  Art in the Park  on the Medina Square as well! 

Medina – AOH Notre Dame Tickets Raffle

Enter the raffle to win four concurrent seats for the Notre Dame v. Nevada Sept 5th football game @ Notre Dame. The winner will also receive a $250 cash prize.  Tickets are $10 each/ 3 for $20.  Call Joseph Casey at 330-225-0932
Cleveland / Olmsted Twp – West Side Irish American Club

Food & Entertainment Every Friday 6:00 to ? 3rd – Michael Crawley in the Pavilion, 10th – Folktic, 17th – Bald Paul’s Irish Blues Band, 17th – The Geezecats 8:00.  31st – Lisa Spicer.

St. Pat’s Gaelic Football Club and The WSIA Club Present:  Youth Irish Cultural sessions Tír Na nÓg (Land of the Youth).  Classes for Irish-American Youth on the 2nd & 4th Sunday of each month June 28th thru October.  1pm to 5pm.  Sessions cover Gaelic Football, Basic Irish Language, History of Irish Music and Ceili Dancing. 5-18 year olds / $25 for entire year.  Membership of the WSIA is not required, but encouraged!!  For more information/sign up Eileen Maloney 440-327-1029, or stpatsyouthgfc@yahoo.com.  West Side Irish American Club 8559 Jennings Rd. 44138 www.wsia-club.org. 440-235-5865.

Cleveland -The Harp

1st – Lonesome Stars, 3rd – The Kilroys, 4th – Chris Allen & Guilty Hearts, 8th – $100.00 Trio, 10th – TBA, 11th – Pitch the Peat, 15th – Lonesome Stars, 17th – Kristine Jackson, 18th – Boys for Co. Hell 10pm, 22nd – $100.00 Trio, 24th – Walking Cane, 25th – Porter Sharks
29th – Lonesome Stars,

4th –  10th Annual Outdoor Party to support The Little Brothers & Sisters of the Eucharist, one of the worthiest programs in this community. This yearly event is one of the most important sources of support for the ministry work of Fr. Jim O’Donnell and Sr. Maggie Walsh-Conrad, wholly committed to serving the poor and desolate in Cleveland’s inner city neighborhoods.

Cleveland – The Bang & the Clatter Theater, Sometimes in the Silence

The Fall To Earth, by Joel Drake Johnson, Directed by Christopher Johnston, June 26th  through July 18th , 224 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, 44114.

Cleveland – PJ McIntyre’s

1st – monthly pub quiz hosted by mike d., 3rd – the spazzmatics, 10th – mo mojo (zydeco), 18th – cosmic candy, 24th – the shindig (from dublin, ireland), 25th – charlie in the box, 26th – the shindig (from dublin, ireland), 31st – POGEY- canada’s newest irish rock band! PJ’s is now Booking all Parties in their new CRAIC PARLOR PARTY ROOM.  Call Patrick for Bookings and Info.

Cleveland – Flat Iron Café

3rd  – Kristine Jackson, 10th  – J’s Acoustic Project, 17th  – Flat Iron Disciples, 24th  – Jimmy-O, 31st  – Bald Paul’s Irish Blues Band.  The Flat Iron has extended happy hour, shot specials and food specials every Friday night, come down and check it out!

Cleveland – Beck Center for the Arts
3rd & 5th  Evil Dead The Musical; 3 & 5, 10-12, 17-19, 24-26, 31- Little Shop of Horrors; 6-10  Dance Camp; 6-24  Acting Theater Camp; 9  Hear and Touch the Music – Summer Fun; 13-17  Singers’ Camps; 20-24  Arts Camp; 27-31  Visual Arts Enrichment and Theater Camps: Session II; 27-31  Musical Theater Camp.  Beck Center for the Arts 17801 Detroit Avenue Lakewood  44107 216-521-2540 www.beckcenter.org.

Cleveland – 2nd Annual Patrick Joyce Scholarship Fund 5K/1 Mile Walk!

15th – 9:00 a.m.  1M walk start / 9:15 a.m. 5K start / 10:30 a.m.  Kids Races begin.
Registration can be made online via Hermes at: http://www.hermescleveland.com/roadracing/events/patrickjoyce

Mentor – Hooley House

Every Wednesday – pub trivia,  Every Thursday – 2P’s in a Pub Karaoke, 3rd – 2P’s DJ, 4th – DJ, 10th  – Dan McCoy, 11th  – Hooked On Tonics, 17th  – Greg Markell, 18th  – Brigid’s Cross/ St. Practice Day Party! Wear green! 24th  – Just George?!, 25th  – DJ, 26th  – PPV Wrestling, 31st  – Little Rock. www.1funpub.com (440) 942-6611

19th“Rooster Scramble” Annual Charity Golf Outing – hosted by Brigid’s Cross and The Hooley House.  This outing benefits the Alex & Alyssa Baker Scholarship Fund (through Milwaukee Irish Fest) ‘Fore’ $85, includes 18 holes of golf/cart, lunch, beer/beverages, steak/chicken dinner, plus prizes & gift bags!  St. Denis golf course, Chardon, with dinner to follow at The Hooley House. For more info, roosterscramble@gmail.com  www.brigidscross.com

Cleveland -The Coppertop/Valley City
27th  – The Odd Couple performs (Paul & Peg from Brigid’s Cross)
27th Annual Cleveland Irish Cultural Festival

24th – 26th Featuring Screaming Orphans, Tommy Fleming, Eileen Ivers, Cherish the Ladies, Billy McComiskey, Makem & Spain Brothers, New Barleycorn, Batt Burns, Brigid’s Cross, Irish Descendants, Johnny McEvoy, Seven Nations, Prodigals, Michael Sexton & Pat Walsh and more: www.clevelandirish.org

Licking County –  Emerald Society

22nd  – Emerald Society Of Licking County Meeting, CJ O’Malley’s Irish Pub, Pataskala, 6PM

 

Columbus – Shamrock Club Events
7th – General meeting, 9th – Progressive Euchre, 10th & 11th – Irish Music & Arts Festival: Roger Drawdy, Ladies of Longford, Mossy Moran, The Kells and much more 14th – Flag Day Ceremony, 19th – Sessions, 20th – Shamrock Club at Scioto Downs, 25th – Irish Golf Classic, 27th – Quiz Night, 28th – Irish Family Picnic 60 W. Castle Rd. Columbus 43207 614-491-4449 www.shamrockclubofcolumbus.com

Columbus – 22nd Annual Dublin Irish Fest

31st, August 1-2 featuring Brigid’s Cross, Gaelic Storm, Scythian, the Prodigals, Young Dubliners, Screaming Orphans, Pogey, La Bottine Souriante, Bua, Dervish, Slide, Celtic Tenors, Ladies of Longford, Hooligans, Clancy Legacy, Niamh Parsons and Graham Dunne, Troy McGillivray, Derek Warfield & the Young Wolfe Tones and many more: www.DublinIrishFestival.org

Columbus – Springfield Irish Fest

11th  – featuring Orion, The Kells, Dulahan and Homeland, with Piper Larry Fortson.  Veteran’s Park Amphitheater is at 250 Cliff Park Road, Springfield, Ohio.  See www.springfieldartscouncil.org

 

Dayton8th Annual Dayton Celtic Fest

July 24th – 26th  features Slide, Blackthorn, Gaelic Storm, Scythian, Roger Drawdy & The Firestarters; Dulahan; Fannigan’s Isle; Father, Son & Friends; Homeland; 9 Castle Close; Changeling and more:  www.unitedirishofdayton.org

Dayton – AOH & LAOH Events

3rd  – First Friday Ceili Party. 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. 818 Linden Avenue, Dayton. Shelagh McGovern 937-321-6687 / mcgoverndance@live.com.  11th  – An Irish Music Hall Session. 8:00 – 11:00 p.m., AOH Hall.  Kevin Graham 937-864-2641. 16th  – 18th  – The Ohio State Convention, Holiday Inn, Fairborn, www.ohhibernianstateconvention.com, 17th  – AOH Social Hour, 8:00 p.m. AOH Hall.  John Hickey 937-253-4329 / irishlawserve@yahoo.com. JFK Division #1 / Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians, Mary of the Gael, Division # 1 & Member Organizations.  * The Men’s Division website is www.aoh-dayton.org.

Detroit – Gaelic League

See a complete list of news, events and background for the Gaelic League of Detroit at www.gaelicleagueofdetroit.com

Ongoing Traditional Irish Sessions – Bring your instruments and play along!
            Great Lakes Brewing Co – First Monday of Every month in the Beer Cellar, 6-9 PM.  (Tends to be intermediate to advanced players)

Cleveland WSIA Club, Jennings Rd, Olmsted Twp – 1st Saturdays of the Month in Pub BEGINNERS AND KIDS WELCOME!  Usually 2-5pm, call to verify time. (440) 235-5868  website: www.wsia-club.org

Old Angle Tavern, W. 25th  Street, Cleveland – Thursday 8PM

Bardic Circle at The Shamrock Club of Columbus  Beginner-friendly, intermediate-level Irish session meeting every other Thursdays from 8:00 pm -11:00 pm

Claddagh Irish Pub, Legacy Village, Lyndhurst 12th & 26th, Sunday 7 to 10 pm.

Bowling Green Common Space* – 437 South Main, Bowling Green. SLOW SESSIONS – so folks can learn tunes.  2nd & 4th Monday, 7:00 to 8:00

Blarney Pub* – Toledo, 1st  Saturday of the month 5-8pm.
Grounds For Thought* – 174 S. Main Street, Bowling Green. 2nd Sunday of the month, 1-4pm October thru May or June.

*Mary Dennis or Bob Midden 419-352-8050 or mjdennis@woh.rr.com