Events

Spring 2014 Program
Following is our Spring 2014 event schedule, which will be of interest to many of you. We are once again, combining fun with fact and history with anecdote. Through these exciting programs we will continue to learn more and more about the richness of our Irish heritage.

For more information regarding any of the events listed below, contact Catherine Tully Muscente at 516.323.4710 or email cmuscente@molloy.edu

Culture/Lectures/Entertainment

St. Brigid's Day Feast of Gaelic Culture
Saturday, February 1, 2014 from 9:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m.
Wilbur Arts Lobby/ Hays Theatre
Celebrate the ancient Celtic feast of Imbolc and St. Brigid's Day with a feast of Gaelic culture.

Black 47, Irish Rock 
February 22, 2014, 8 p.m.
Madison Theatre, Molloy College
Larry Kirwan and his comrades offer a thrilling journey through history and political struggle that will not only entertain but open up audiences to a new cultural experience.
Reserve your seats today

Irish Set Dancing 
Tuesdays: February 25 through May 6
Eight classes.
No classes on March18, April 15 or April 22
Reception Room. Kellelberg Hall, first floor.
This style of folk dancing is just for fun. Lessons are structured for beginners and include both dance steps and figure configurations.

Wogan Family Lecture 
Sunday, March 30, 2014 at 3 p.m.,
Reception Room, Kellenberga Hall, first floor
Breathing of Our Ancestors' Space and Time Presented by Charles R. Hale, Artists Without Walls
This program will focus on videos done by the presenter and talk about the imporance of taking the time to find your family story - before all those who remember it are lost.

Festival of Beltaine- Gaelic Fire Celebration 
Saturday, May 3, from 11:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m.||
Wilbur Arts Lobby
Come celebrate the ancient Celtic feast of Beltaine. This festival on the Irish calendar signaled the approach of summer and evolved into the May Day celebrations still celebrated today.

Bloomsday 2014 
Thursday, June 12, 2014
Madison Theatre at Molloy College
A tribute to James Joyce and Ulysses.