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SHAMROCK SUPPER TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR OR
AT BRIDIE'S IRISH FAIRE'S NEW LOCATION IN NYE BEACH!
Join the Celtic Heritage Alliance at its first "Shamrock Supper" to kick off a week of St. Patrick's Day celebrations and as another opportunity to immerse yourself in Celtic traditions and culture on the Oregon coast!
This fundraiser features Nana's Authentic Irish Faire including Corned Beef & Cabbage, Boiled Potatoes with Parsley Sauce, Irish Soda Bread and Bread Pudding with Coffee or Tea. Guinness, Beer & Wine available for purchase.
Storytelling by REBECCA COHEN & Music by FRANK BLAIR
Tickets are $25 as a fundraiser for the benefit of Celtic Heritage Alliance (a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization.
When: Saturday, March 9, 2013 from 6:30 - 9:00 pm
Where: The Visual Arts Center, 777 NW Beach Drive, Newport, OR
Limited disabled parking above the complex. We respectfully request that non-disabled guests fill the lower parking lot at the Nye Beach turn around first.
Columbia Distributing, Sysco Foods, West Coast Linens, Newport Signs, NewsLincolnCounty.com, OregonCoastTODAY.com & Bridie's Irish Faire
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Celtic Heritage Alliance, Inc.
The Celtic Heritage Alliance is a 501(c)(3) charitable non-profit corporation fostering awareness and education of Celtic culture on the Oregon Coast.
While nearly one in five Oregonians claim Celtic ancestry, many have lost touch with their roots. Part of the organization’s mission is to connect people with their heritage through music, dance, athletics and other activities.
In its first year, the group has staged the Celtic Festival & Highland Games in June, held céilí community dances for Robert Burns Suppers in January and house concerts, Shamrock Suppers, and supported Newport's annual Shamrock Run.
For the latest details on all events, dates and more visit newportcelticfestival.com, or call the info line at (541) 961-7696
People can also join our “Fan Clan” on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.
100% of CHA's net proceeds go back into the organization to continue its mission.