Out & About Ohio April Events – pin it to the fridge!

Out & About Ohio – April 2010

 

Akron – Akron Hurling Info Sessions

The Akron Celtic Guards GAA Hurling indoor training for the 2010 Spring – call Mark Agner, 330-571-7884.   Celebrating our 10th year with Ireland’s National Sport, come out enjoy the fastest field sport on earth, played by Kings and peasants for 3,000 years!

Cleveland / Medina – Sully’s

2nd  – Good Friday Fish Fry, 9th  – Marys Lane, 10th  – Mossy Moran, 16th  – The New Barleycorn, Sully’s 2nd  Anniversary Celebration, 17th  – The Music Men, 23rd  – Wasted at the Wake,  24th  – That Irish Band, 30th  – The Island Doctor.  117 West Liberty Medina, 44256 www.sullysmedina.com

Cleveland / Olmsted Twp – West Side Irish American Club

2nd – Michael Crawley and Mary’s Lane, 9th – Folktic, 16th – Gusti 23rd – Curbside Country. 30th – The Terriers, 24th – PUB QUIZ 7.30pm, Wally Franz from 8.30pm

Best Fish Fry’s in Ohio – Every Friday thru Lent 5 to 7:30! Then Entertainment 7:30 to ?. 18th – “25” Card Game 2:30 440.779.0453.  23rd – Night at the Races 440.236.8539.  25th – Logan Wells & Tim Tucker Dinner and Concert. 330.333.4992.             WSIA Club 8559 Jennings Rd. 44138 www.wsia-club.org. 440-235-5868.

Cleveland – Croagh Patrick’s

8th -Mossy Moran, 12th – Irish Session.  www.croaghpatrickspub.webs.com

Cleveland – Flanagan’s Wake is BACK! Thru April 17th

The Frankie Kong Players proudly present “Flanagan’s Wake,” the hilarious, interacive Irish wake. Come join the villagers of the mythical town of Grapplin, County Sligo, Ireland, as they tell tales, sing songs, and dance a jig as they remember their dear, departed friend, Flanagan.  Allen Theatre lobby @ Playhouse Square every Friday & Saturday, 8 PM. Playhouse Square Box Office 216.241.6000 playhousesquare.org.  Flanagan’s Wake…….we put the ‘fun’ in funeral!

Cleveland -The Harp

2nd – The Kilroys, 3rd – The Porter Sharks, 7th – Lonesome Stars, 9th – Walking Cane, 10th – Chris Allen, 14th –  $100.00 Trio, 16th – Cats on Holiday, 17th – Pitch the Peat, 21st – Lonesome Star, 23rd – Kristine Jackson, 24th – Brent Kirby, 28th – $100.00.  4408 Detroit Road, 44113 www.the-harp.com

Cleveland – PJ McIntyre’s

2nd – Charlie in the Box, 3rd – Wayne’s World, 7th – Monthly Pub Quiz- Hosted by Mike D., 9th – Disco Inferno, 10th – 400 Pieces, TUESDAY, 13th – Tempest (Celtic Rock from California), 8pm.  16th – The Kreellers, 17th – Outlaw I+I, 23rd – Cosmic Candy, 24th – Almost Famous, 30th – Under Cover Band.  Traditional Irish music sessiùns every Thursday. Adult Irish Dance Step Dancing, email jcrawford77@msn.com.  PJ’s is a Local 10 Union establishment.  Book all your parties/ events here!  17119 Lorain Avenue, 44111.  www.pjmcintyres.com

Cleveland / Avon Lake – Irish Heritage Center now Ahern Banquet Center

The Ahern Banquet Center is now open.  Owned and operated by trusted caterer and Cleveland Irish area fixture Tony Ahern, the former Irish Heritage Center is booking weddings and special events at the newly remodeled and gorgeous center located at 726 Avon Belden Rd, Avon Lake  44012.  Call Tony Ahern or Lucy Balser at 440-933-9500.  The Irish Heritage Club is now located inside Ahern Banquet Center.

Cleveland – Stone Mad

Live Entertainment after the Parade, Patio will be open. 

Live music in the Pub every Sunday night 7 pm. / Traditional Irish Session 1st Sunday of ea/month, new and improved Cocktail Hour Menu –  Monday thru Friday from 3-7pm everything is $5 or less.

We are signing up teams for the Spring Bocce League – two-man team, 16 team bracket, double elimination tournament, $50 per team.

Cleveland – Beck Center for the Arts

1st  – Kids Club at Westfield Great Northern, 2nd -25th  – The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, 15th  – Hear & Touch the Music, 17th  – Super Saturday, 17th  – Student Music Recital,  26th  – Early Childhood ABC www.beckcenter.org

Cleveland – Irish American Club East Side

2nd  – Bald Paul’s Irish Blues Band, 9th  – Marcus Dirk and friends, 16th  – The Terriers, 23rd  – Mary Agnes Kennedy, 30th  – Wasted at the Wake.  (Music in PUB is 7:30 – 10:30).  22770 Lake Shore Blvd. Euclid, 44123. 216.731.4003 www.irishamericanclubeastside.com

Cleveland / Mentor – Hooley House

2nd  – DJ, 3rd  – DJ, 6th  – Hooley with Richie, 7th  – Trivia, 9th  – DJ, 10th – UFC Fight, 13th – Hooley with Richie, 14th  – Trivia, 16th  – DJ, 17th  – Hooley with Richie (St. Practice Day!), 20th  – Hooley with Richie, 21st  – Trivia, 23rd  – DJ, 24th  – DJ, 27th  – Hooley with Richie, 28th  – Trivia, 30th  – DJ.  7861 Reynolds Rd., Mentor  www.1funpub.com (440) 942-6611

Cleveland – West Park Station

1st  – Jim & Eroc, 2nd – Happy Hour-Austin Walkin’ Kane & 10pm DJ Adio, 3rd – DJ, 9th – DJ Adio, 10th  Happy Hour- Etiquette & 10pm Drunk Betty, 16th – Happy Hour- Bluscasters & 10pm DJ Adio, 17th – Happy Hour- Bluesmatics & 10pm Faction, 23rd – Happy Hour- Jim & Quinn & 10pm DJ Adio, 24th – Trailer Park Ninjas 10pm, 30th – Happy Hour- Jackson Rohm & 10 pm DJ Ice Cold from Cincinnati. www.westparkstation.com 17015 Lorain Avenue 44111

Cleveland – Cleveland Geological Society meeting
21st – featured talk: “Gold: From the Big Bang to the Ring on Your Finger”, 7:30 pm
Classroom A on C Floor, Cleveland Museum of Natural History, 1 Wade Oval Dr.
Cleveland, 216.231.4600 x 3240.  This and all CGS meetings are free and open to the public.

Columbus – Shamrock Club Events

1st – Bardic Circle Sessions; 2nd – Fish Fry; 3rd – Easter Egg Hunt; 3rd – Folk Festival; 4th – Easter; 10th – Ladies of Longford; 11th – General Meeting 2 pm; 13th – Euchre; 15th – Bardic Circle Sessions; 16th – Kirby Sessions; 17th – Joe Conley Extravaganza; 18th – General Meeting – Elections noon to 3 pm; 20th – E-Board Meeting-6 pm; 23rd – YMCA Euchre; 24th – YMCA Euchre; 24th – Quiz Night.  60 W. Castle Rd. Columbus 43207 614-491-4449 www.shamrockclubofcolumbus.com

 

Dayton – AOH & LAOH Events

6th  – Celtic Crush: A Monthly Traveling Party for Fans of Dayton Celtic Festival.  4:30 p.m..  www.unitedirishofdayton.com, 10th  – An Irish Music Hall Session. 8:00 – 11:00,  AOH Hall.  Kevin Graham 937-864-2641, 16th  – AOH Social Hour, 8:00 p.m., AOH Hall.  Art Gannon 937-294-0703 / artgannon@aol.com, 19th  – United Irish of Dayton Meeting. 7:30 p.m..  AOH Hall.  Michael Leo 937-890-1488http://www.ladiesaoh.com/historycontest.html. JFK Division #1 / Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians, Mary of the Gael, Division # 1 & Member Organizations www.aoh-dayton.org

 

Massillon-Canton Ulster Project Benefit Concert

10th – Massillon-Canton Ulster Project featuring Maidens IV in concert 7PM. Perry Christian Church 139 Perry Drive NW, Canton 44708. www.mculster.com or  Pat at 330 575-3916. Tickets are $10 advance / $12 at door.

 

Toledo –   Notre Dame Spring Football Game Bus Trip
24th Annual Lucas County AOH bus trip to the Notre Dame Spring Football.  2 busses going from Toledo.  Tickets $45 for AOH members / $55 non – includes ticket for game, bus ride, tailgate party after.  George Murnen 419-292-1043 www.tolaoh.com.

 

Ongoing Traditional Irish Sessiúns – Bring your instruments and play along!

Akron Hibernian’s Ceili Band Sessions, Wednesdays 7:30 pm.  The Akron AOH Mark Heffernan  Div 2 Hall 2000 Brown St , Akron , Ohio 330-724-2083. Beginner to intermediate

Croagh Patrick’s2nd Tuesday of every month from 8 to 10pm

Great Lakes Brewing Co – First Monday of Every month in the Beer Cellar, 6-9 PM.  (Tends to be intermediate to advanced players)

PJ McIntyre’s – Every Thursday, 8 p.m., hosted by Brian Holleran & Dominic Kilroy

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 Every 2nd Sunday, 6 – 9 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 5-8 pm.

Mairtin de Cogain Sunday Evening

Sunday Night 7:00 p.m. – Mairtin de Cogain – A wonderful show of stories, music, great conversation Triune Lutheran Church 4810 West Mill Rd, Broadview Heights, 44147. (216) 941-9311 or visit P. J. McIntyre’s at Kamm’s Corners 17119 Lorain Ave for tickets. Located the first street west of Interstate …77 at the Wallings Road. Hope you can be a part of this pleasant evening of traditional entertainment.

Great Concert Sunday Night – Martin DeCogan

Subject: A BENEFIT CONCERT

Máirtín de Cógáin, THE KID FROM CORK is to come to visit Cleveland on Sunday evening March 28th, at 7:00 pm in a small cozy hall at Triune Lutheran Church in Broadview Heights, he will be joined by a few of the locals in music, Domenic Kilroy on fiddle and Dermot Somerville on flute and guitar, and a bit of dancing with Pat Campbell and a student or two. It is also a place where tea, coffee and soda bread will be available to complete the package.

Máirtín was in the movie THE WIND THAT SHAKES THE BARLEY, not as a star role, however, it is his singing voice that carries the soundtrack.

DONATIONS ARE $15.00 in advance / $20.00 at the door. If you enjoy the language spun in the old way laced with proverbs and wit,or if you enjoy singing in the grand style of the high culture either in English or in Gaelic then come and join us as we witness this man’s talents and passion for his native culture.

PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT: Alex Pratt. A young dancer from Cleveland that is competing in the world championships in Scotland.
Checks can be made out to Brady Campbell School of Dance, memo Alex world fund.

There is limited seating so make sure you have a “hearthside” seat ~ for this night to be remembered.

Call (216) 941-9311 or visit P. J. McIntyres at Kamm’s Corners at 17119 Lorain Ave for tickets.

Out & About Ohio March Events

Out & About Ohio – March 2010

 

Akron – Akron Hurling Info Sessions

The Akron Celtic Guards GAA  Hurling indoor training for the 2010 Spring – call Mark Agner, 330-571-7884.   Celebrating our 10th year with Ireland’s National Sport, come out enjoy the fastest field sport on earth, played by Kings and peasants for 3,000 years!

Akron – AOH Radio Fundraiser

6th The Hibernian Connection radio program (www.913thesummit.com Sunday’s 1:00 p.m.), is having a Kick Off to the “Green Season” Party. 2000 Brown St., Akron / Mark Heffernan/Margaret Judge Hibernian Hall, 7:00 p.m. Featuring Callahan & O’Connor and friends, raffles, give-aways, surprises and special guests. All donations are tax deductible – checks to WAPS 91.3 The Summit Hibernian Connection, 1190 South Ave., Barberton, Ohio 44203.

Cincinnati – Molly Malone’s

5th –ShinDig, 6th -The Bloody Tinth, 12th – Cheryl Renee with Dem Bones, 13th  -Unlucky Charms, 17th – St. Patricks Day Celebration w/ FinTan, The Bloody Tinth and Easter Rising, 19th -Vaugn and Co., 20th – Woodchuck Wooleries, 26th -Fish Head, 27th –TBA, 6111 Montgomery Road, 45213 513.531.0700

Cincinnati – 2nd Annual Our Lady of Knock Div.2 AOH Irish Film Festival

7th – The Matchmaker.  14th – The Quiet Man.  Doors open at 6:15.  8070-1 Reading Road, Cincinnati.

 

Cleveland / Willoughby – Mullarkey’s

6th – Kevin McCarthy, 13th – The Terriers, 17th – 1 to 5 & 8 to close -Dan McCoy, 20th – Dan McCoy, 27th – Donal O’Shaughnessy.  4110 Erie St. 44094 www.mullarkeys.com

Cleveland / Cleveland Hts  – Oh Sullivan Concert

13th – 3rd Annual Sullivan Sisters Concert of All Irish Music 7:30-9:30 p.m. $10 in ad­vance; $12 @ door. Children $8. 216-397-1481 sondrajacobs@ sbcglobal.net

Cleveland / Medina – Sully’s

5th – The New Barleycorn, 6th – Mossy Moran, 12th – Callahan and O’Connor, 13th – Marys Lane, 17th – Mossy Moran, O’Hare School of Irish Dance, plus a few surprises, 19th – Morrison and McCarthy, 20th – The Other Brothers, 26th – Wasted at the Wake, 27th – That Irish Band.  117 West Liberty Medina, 44256 www.sullysmedina.com

Cleveland / Olmsted Twp – West Side Irish American Club

Best Fish Fry’s in Ohio – Every Friday 5 to 7:30! Then Entertainment 7:30 to ?. 5th –   Fintan Stanley, 19th –    Emerald Heart, 26th –     Mary Agnes Kennedy, 4/2 –                 Michael Crawley.  / 13th – Claddagh Ball – A Nite to Remember w music by Sean Fleming Band.  Call Kathleen Chambers 44.427.0858 St. Patrick’s Day – 10:30 a.m. Mass @ St. Colman’s (W 65th & Madison).  Music @ the club – 4 to7                    Scully (formerly the Young Hooligans), 7 to 10.30 – Kid’n’Me.  24th – Tony Kenny Concert.  WSIA Club 8559 Jennings Rd. 44138 www.wsia-club.org. 440-235-5868.

Cleveland – Croagh Patrick’s

9th -Open Irish Jam Session, 11th -Mossy Moran (Black Sheep Bagpipe Night), 12th -Tullamore Dew Night, 13th –Harp & Guinness Night w/Irish DJ John McSkolny, 14th -“Danny Boy” Singing Contest, 15th -Irish Coffee Night w/ Irish Band Scully, 16th -The Reek Party, 17th -Kegs-n-Eggs at 8am, 18th -Survivor Party w/The Poor Men. Voted #1 Irish Pub on Fox 8 Cleveland Hotlist 2009, www.croaghpatrickspub.webs.com

Cleveland – AOH / LAOH “After the Parade Party”

17th – 2:30-6:00pm Renaissance Cleveland Hotel 24 Public Square.  Featuring Callahan & O’Connor Tickets $10.  Children under 12 free.  John Kish 440-885-3575

Cleveland The 143rd Annual St. Patrick’s Day Banquet

17th – Renaissance Cleveland Hotel, 24 Public Square. Honoring the 2010 Hibernian of the Year James McIlwee, United Irish Societies Honorees:  Grand Marshal John Hayes, Irish Mother of the Year Bonnie McNally,  Co Chairs Shannon Corcoran and Fr. Thomas Johns.  Cocktails 6:30pm Dinner 7:30pm.  $55.  Rasa Chambers 216-281-9657

Cleveland – Flanagan’s Wake is BACK!

The Frankie Kong Players proudly present “Flanagan’s Wake,” the hilarious, interacive Irish wake. Come join the villagers of the mythical town of Grapplin, County Sligo, Ireland, as they tell tales, sing songs, and dance a jig as they remember their dear, departed friend, Flanagan.  Allen Theatre lobby @ Playhouse Square every Friday & Saturday, 8 PM. Special Show March 17th at 7:00 p.m. Playhouse Square Box Office 216.241.6000 playhousesquare.org.  Flanagan’s Wake…….we put the ‘fun’ in funeral!

Cleveland – Paddy’s Pour House

6th – Dan McCoy, 17th – Serving Corn Beef sandwiches.  922 E 222nd Euclid, 44123

Cleveland -The Harp

3rd – Lonesome Stars, 5th – The Kilroys, 6th – The Porter Sharks 10th – $100.00 Trio, 13th – The Kilroys, 17th – The Boys From Co. Hell, 19th – Brent Kirby, 20th – Pitch the Peat, 24th – Lonesome Stars, 26th – Kristine Jackson, 27th – Chris Allen, 31st – $100.00 Trio 4408 Detroit Road, Cleveland www.the-harp.com

Cleveland – PJ McIntyre’s

4th – Seanchai & the Unity Squad (NY Celtic Rock), 5th – Cosmic Candy, 6th – The Knock-offs, 12th – The Kreellers, 13th – Cruisin, 14th – Searson, 16th – St. PRACTICE Practice Day w/ Mossy Moran, 17th – St. Patrick’s Day; Doors open at 7 AM, 1st 100 people in get a Holiday T-Shirt! The Really Big Show with Rizzo & Goldhammer LIVE!  9 a.m. to Noon, Irish Breakfast served till noon.  Mary’s Lane 1 to 4, Dancers, Pipers, & More all day.  19th – Punch the Clown, 20th – Carlos Jones (Reggae), 26th – Cruisin, 27th – Cats on Holiday.  Traditional Irish music sessiùns every Thursday. Adult Irish Dance Step Dancing, email jcrawford77@msn.com.  PJ’s is a Local 10 Union establishment.  Book all your parties/ events here!  17119 Lorain Avenue, 44111.  www.pjmcintyres.com

Cleveland – Flat Iron Café

5th – The Acoustix, 12th – Kristine Jackson, 26th – Bald Paul’s Irish Blues Band.  Flat Iron has extended happy hour, shot specials and food specials every Friday night, check it out! 1114 Center Street, Cleveland, 44113 216-696-6968 www.flatironcafe.com

Cleveland / Avon Lake – Irish Heritage Center now Ahern Banquet Center

The Ahern Banquet Center is now open.  Owned and operated by trusted caterer and Cleveland Irish area fixture Tony Ahern, the former Irish Heritage Center is booking weddings and special events at the newly remodeled and gorgeous center located 726 Avon Belden Rd, Avon Lake, OH  44012.  Call Tony Ahern or Lucy Balser at 440-933-9500.

Cleveland – Stone Mad

ST. PATRICK’S DAY, Open at 10am, serving traditional Irish Fare all day.  Live Entertainment after the Parade, Patio will be open. 

Live music in the Pub every Sunday night 7 pm. / Traditional Irish Session 1st Sunday of ea/month, new and improved Cocktail Hour Menu –  Monday thru Friday from 3-7pm everything is $5 or less.

We are signing up teams for the Spring Bocce League – two-man team, 16 team bracket, double elimination tournament, $50 per team.

Cleveland – Beck Center for the Arts

4th  – Kids Club at Westfield Great Northern, 11th  – Hear & Touch the Music, 13th  – Super Saturday, 25th  – Early Childhood ABC, 26-28 – The 25th Putnam County Spelling Bee, 27th  – Student Music Recital.  www.beckcenter.org

Cleveland – Irish American Club East Side

5th – PUB Kevin McCarthy, 6th  – Guinness & Harp Night I w/ The Kreellers, 12th – Tom Sweeney, 13th  – Guinness and Harp II with The Boys from the County Hell, 16th – Irish Coffee Night – Pat Flynn and the Green Blossom Special, 17th – Marys Lane, 19th – PUB Michael Crawley, 26th – (PUB) Kid and Me.   (Music in PUB is 7:30 – 10:30).  22770 Lake Shore Blvd. Euclid, 44123. 216.731.4003 www.irishamericanclubeastside.com

Cleveland / Mentor – Hooley House

2nd – Hooley with Richie, 3rd  – Trivia, 5th  – DJ, 6th  – DJ, 9th  – Hooley with Richie, 10th  – Trivia, 12th  – West Side Steve, 13th  – Hooley House 1st Anniversary Party w/ Brigid’s Cross!, 16th  – Hooley with Richie, 17th  – Brigid’s Cross, 19th  – DJ, 20th  – DJ, 23rd  – Hooley with Richie, 24th  – Trivia, 26th  – DJ, 27th – UFC Fight.  7861 Reynolds Rd., Mentor  www.1funpub.com (440) 942-6611

Cleveland – House of Blues

5th Green 17 Tour 2010 Featuring Flogging Molly w/ Frank Turner, The Architects, 6thBoys From The County Hell w/ Hey Mavis, Pitch the Peat, 11th – Gaelic Storm, w Oakhurst.

Cleveland – West Park Station

Cleveland / Rocky River – Celtic Feet on Erie Shores

21st – 3:00 p.m. Dance, Music and Song w/ The Burke School of Irish Dance.  Prizewinner, Championship & World-Qualifying Dancers.  Magnificat High School

Performing Arts Center, Advance tickets $15 Student $10.  http://www.burkeirishdance.com/index.php/events-cle or at Caseys Imports.

Columbus – Shamrock Club Events

4th – Bardic Circle Sessions; 6th – Drowsy Lads; 7th – Mass & General Meeting-2 pm; 9th – Euchre; 12th – Proclamation Day-City Hall-10:45 am; 12th – Ladies of Longford; 13th – Mossy Moran; 14th – Mass & General Meeting-2 pm; 17th – St. Patrick’s Day Mass-Holy Cross Church-9:30 am; 17th – St. Patrick’s Day Parade-11:45 am; 17th – Irish Family Reunion-Vets Memorial-12 noon; 19th – Kirby Sessions; 23rd – E-Board Meeting-6 pm; 27th – Quiz Night. 60 W. Castle Rd. Columbus 43207 614-491-4449 www.shamrockclubofcolumbus.com

Columbus Byrne’s Pub

5th – Gipson & Fitz, 6th – Seanchai & the Unity Squad, 12th – Death by Banjo,

1248 West Third Avenue, 43212 (614) 486-4722 www.byrnespub.com.

Columbus – Daughters of Erin Irish Breakfast

14th – Daughters of Erin Irish Breakfast St. Mary’s School 700 S. Third St., 8am-12:30 $5 presale, $7/door. $3/child 6-12, 614-578-0441.

Dayton – AOH & LAOH Events

6th  – Celtic Movements Northmont High School Auditorium, 4916 National Road, Clayton.  Mary Laffey-Beemsterboer 937-256-6086 13th – St. Patrick’s Day Celebration.  3:00 – 10:00  IUE-CWA Local 755 Hall,1675 Woodman Drive  Hal Barker 937-663-4111, 17th  – Mass  12:00 p.m., St. Joseph Church Second Street, 19th  – AOH Social Hour, 8:00 p.m., AOH Hall.  Art Gannon 937-294-0703.  31st  – Deadline for History Writing Contest for school students.  Maureen Kadel 937-473-5264 http://www.ladiesaoh.com/historycontest.html. JFK Division #1 / Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians, Mary of the Gael, Division # 1 & Member Organizations www.aoh-dayton.org

Dayton – The Dublin Pub

12th – FinTan.  300 Wayne Ave, 45410-1116 www.dubpub.com.  (937) 224-7822

 

Marietta – 29th Annual Gathering of the Irish

March 14th – Boys of the Hock and the Athens Irish Dancers, food fun and More!  Lafayette Hotel. http://www.lafayettehotel.com

Michigan – Michigan Irish Music Festival Annual St. Patrick’s Party

12th thru 14th – Fricano Event Center, Muskegon, featuring: Slide IE, The Waxies, Fonn Mor.  Food, dance, Silent Auction and more.  231.739.2028

Pittsburgh – Mullaney’s Harp & Fiddle

4thMike Gallagher, 11th – Finnegan’s Wake with Red Hand Paddy. 11th  – Finnegan’s Wake with Red Hand Paddy, 2329 Penn Ave. , in The Strip.  412-642-6622 www.harpandfiddle.com

Pittsburgh – Paddy’s Pour House

5th – Sean McClorey, 12th – Mark Guiser, 13th – Opens at 11 a.m., with music by Sean McClorey, 17th – Jack Puskar, 19th – Sean McClorey, 20th Mike Gallagher, 26th – Ricky Manning, 27th – Sean McClorey, 215 East Main Street , Carnegie, 412-279-0770

Pittsburgh – Seanchai & The Unity Squad to Perform

5th – The Great Hall at The Priory, 614 Pressley Street on the North Shore, 412.231-3908

Pittsburgh – Cherish the Ladies in Concert

5th – The Byham Theatre, Sixth Street www.pgharts.org/venues/byham.aspx

Pittsburgh – Celtic Women @ Mellon Arena

19th – Celtic Woman performing at Mellon Arena,

Pittsburgh / West Virginia – West Virginia Feis

27th & 28th – West Virginia Feis @ Pittsburgh, Hyatt Pittsburgh International Airport www.Irishcentrepgh.org.

 

ToledoExtra Stout Band

5th – Toledo Museum of Art,  13th  – AOH Festival, 17th  – Claddagh Irish Pub, 12 – 3,

17th  – McCarthy’s Irish Pub, Port Clinton, 6:00.

 

Niles – Quinlan’s Irish Pub and Eatery
3rd – County Mayo Irish Band,  10th – Rose and Thistle, 17th – Rose & Thistle, The Dolans, County Mayo Irish Band, 24th – Rose & Thistle, 31st – County Mayo Irish Band.
Youngstown Youngstown Sports Grille

13th, 14th & 17th – Co. Mayo Irish Band

Ongoing Traditional Irish Sessiúns – Bring your instruments and play along!

Akron Hibernian’s Ceili Band Sessions, Wednesdays 7:30 pm.  The Akron AOH Mark Heffernan  Div 2 Hall 2000 Brown St , Akron , Ohio 330-724-2083. Beginner to intermediate

Croagh Patrick’s2nd Tuesday of every month from 8 to 10pm

Great Lakes Brewing Co – First Monday of Every month in the Beer Cellar, 6-9 PM.  (Tends to be intermediate to advanced players)

PJ McIntyre’s – Every Thursday, 8 p.m., hosted by Brian Holleran & Dominic Kilroy

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 Every 2nd Sunday, 6 – 9 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 5-8 pm.