Monday, October 14, 2013

West Michigan Gaeltacht and Hennessy's Irish Pub are Fund Raising During Halloween to Offer Gaelic Lesson Through the Cold Months in Muskegon.

Saturday, October 26th, 2013, Hennessy's Irish Pub has turned
Halloween into an Irish Holiday, with a Hoolie from Ardan Academy,
Turnip Carving, and two bands. Peat in the Creel will kick off the
evening with a show at 5:30 PM. The dancers of Ardan Academy will take
the stage at 7:30 PM. From 9:00 PM until whatever, the band Crossbow
will give the evening a Samhain charm. Samhain is to Celtic countries
what Halloween is to America.

Turnips will not be provided. However, the Farmer's Market should have
a bumper crop, and Saturday is a market day!

Here's the first Gaelic Lesson:
Gaelic: Dea-Chraic, Daoine Maithe agus Gaeilge Mhaith!
English: Good Fun, Good People and Good Gaelic!

West Michigan Gaeltacht

Call 231-206-5398 for more information.

Once You've Celebrated the Celtic Holiday of Samhain, One Might Never
Be the Same Again:

A Gaeltacht is an Irish Speaking Region, Such as the Pub of Hennessy's
and small seaside regions of Ireland.

The Irish Carved Turnips Before Coming to America:

Ardan Academy, Now in Muskegon for Good!

Maybe We Peat in the Creel is No Longer Needed to Keep Us Warm;
However, Go Forth with Magners in the Twenty-Two Ounce Mug!

Crossbow is a Celtic Band Centered Around Grand Valley State University.

Now a Top Five Pick for The Weekend, Thanks to MLive.

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