The Third Friday CeiliIt's an early ceili this month! Unfortunately, it is also the last third Friday ceili until October. We're cutting some of the ceilis which don't traditionally make enough to cover expenses. We are also critically short on personnel to run the ceilis. So we'll take a bit of a break to recharge our batteries.
Friday, April 15, 2016 at 8:00 pm (come a bit earlier and we'll walk you through the basics)
Norse Hall, 111 NE 11th Ave (at the corner of 11th and Couch Street)
The Band: Elizabeth Nicholson and Bob Soper
Portland Revels International Family Dance
Saturday, April 16th, 2016 6 – 9 PM
Kells Irish Pub
112 SW 2nd Avenue
Do you love to dance, and to learn about international culture? Join folk dance teacher Heidi Vorst and fiddler Betsy Branch, with Mark Douglass on piano and Bill Tomczak on clarinet, for a night of music and dance on April 16th at the Kells in downtown Portland. Heidi will be teaching dances from all over the world, including France, Italy, Romania, Russia, Bolivia, Columbia, Japan, Israel, USA, and more! Our family-friendly dances are a great way to enjoy an evening with friends of all ages. The Kells has food and drink for sale, and a dedicated parking lot across the street.
12 and over $10 ($12 at the door)
Children 4 to 12 years $5 ($6 at the door)
3 and under free
Patrick O'Dea Irish Set Dancing Workshop
Patrick O'Dea is returning to Portland and will be teaching a set dancing class on Monday, April 18 at 7pm. The location will be 2201 SW Vermont St., which is the parish hall (Grafe Hall) of St. Barnabas Episcopal Church. There is a lovely wood floor, plenty of space, and ample parking, so please come and bring your friends. There will be a party afterwards at Betty's house, 2912 SW Arnold St. There will be some food and wine, but potluck snacks and drinks are welcome. $20 recommended donation/tuition.