Join us for the Center for Celtic Studies Celebration Concert, with live music performed by Milwaukee Irish band áthas. All are welcome – bring a friend!
Irish Cultural and Heritage Center
2133 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53233
Join us for JigJam, an Irish Bluegrass band performing this coming Saturday at the Irish Cultural and Heritage Center.
Tickets are only $10 with your student ID!
1532 N Wauwatosa Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53213
Join us for Bloomsday, an Irish love story by Steven Dietz.
The schedule is as follows:
Bloomsday is a “pay what you can” event. You can register and make a donation at the Milwaukee Irish Arts Bloomday ticketing site.
Watch the 2017 interview with Bloomsday playwright, Steven Dietz
Community United Methodist Church
701 Minnesota Ave
North Fond Du Lac, WI 54937
Join us for a benefit Hymn Sing for the Peniel Welsh Chapel. The event will be directed by Joshua Giese, Christopher Guy and Devin Scherck. Rev. Tom White will accompany on his 126 year old reed organ with Sarah Conrad on the piano. Along with the singing of favorite hymns, there will be special music by the Peniel Quartet and a combined choir from Community United Methodist and Covenant United Methodist in Fond du Lac. Te Bach will follow. The free will offering will go to the historic Peniel Welsh Chapel renovation project.
If you cannot attend, please mail donations to:
“Peniel Welsh Chapel Association”
Lynette Booth, Treasurer
893 Harmel Avenue
Oshkosh, WI 54902
630 Poplar Street
West Bend, WI 53095
On Wednesday, April 17th at the West Bend Library (630 Poplar St, West Bend, WI 53095), SAS member Ron Sinclair will be presenting a talk on the Wisconsin Tartan as part of the library’s Celtic Series. The event is located at the library (address above) and will begin at 6:30 PM.
There is ample off street parking and the library is easy to find.
General Public invited.
UWM Golda Meir Library
2311 E Hartford Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53211
Professor Margaret Kelleher (English, UCD) will present a lecture about the topic of her new book, entitled “The Maamtrasna Murders: Why Language Mattered in Nineteenth-Century Ireland”. She considers the crucial role played by language and translation in the trial and conviction of the men charged with the brutal murder of a family in the townland of Maamtrasna, on the Galway-Mayo border. Myles Joyce (Maolra Seoighe), a native speaker of Irish, was sentenced to death by an English-speaking court. In 2018, more than a century after his execution, he was granted a presidential pardon on the grounds that he had been wrongly convicted and hanged for a crime he did not commit.
Thursday, April 18, 7:00 PM
Golda Meir, 4th Floor Conference Center
Free and open to the public.
Refreshments will be served.
Sponsored by the William F. Vilas Trust and the UWM Center for Celtic Studies