'The Night Joe Dolan's Car Broke Down' - Toronto Irish Players
Aug
13
11:30 AM11:30

'The Night Joe Dolan's Car Broke Down' - Toronto Irish Players

CCE Sudbury Irish Arts Association Presents

 

The Toronto Irish Players

'The Night Joe Dolan's Car Broke Down'

A Comedy by Padraic McIntyre

Starring Hugo Stranney

Directed by Michael Hiller

Produced by Geraldine Browne

 

August 12th & 13th 2017

Moose Lodge, 212 Frood Rd, Sudbury.

 

Saturday 12th: 

Buffet dinner and play (5:30pm) $40

Play only (8:00pm) $25

 

Sunday 13th:

Brunch and play (11:30am) $35

Play only (2:00pm) $25

 

Tickets;

Bridgit 705-855-3564

Eileen 705-522-8012

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'The Night Joe Dolan's Car Broke Down' - Toronto Irish Players
Aug
12
5:30 PM17:30

'The Night Joe Dolan's Car Broke Down' - Toronto Irish Players

CCE Sudbury Irish Arts Association Presents

 

The Toronto Irish Players

'The Night Joe Dolan's Car Broke Down'

A Comedy by Padraic McIntyre

Starring Hugo Stranney

Directed by Michael Hiller

Produced by Geraldine Browne

 

August 12th & 13th 2017

Moose Lodge, 212 Frood Rd, Sudbury.

 

Saturday 12th: 

Buffet dinner and play (5:30pm) $40

Play only (8:00pm) $25

 

Sunday 13th:

Brunch and play (11:30am) $35

Play only (2:00pm) $25

 

Tickets;

Bridgit 705-855-3564

Eileen 705-522-8012

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Irish Ceili - Benefit Fundraiser for Pat McGuire
May
27
7:30 PM19:30

Irish Ceili - Benefit Fundraiser for Pat McGuire

Irish Ceili Dance

Featuring Ceili Dance Caller: Maureen Mulvey-O’Leary
Live Music by: The Wild Geese

“Bring your Family and Friends!

May 27th 2017
7:30pm - 11:00pm

Includes Irish Set Dance Class with Maureen Mulvey-O'Leary

Moose Hall—212 Frood Road, Sudbury, Ontario

Admission by donation ($15 minimum suggested)
Children 12 & under free

Cash Bar
Irish Snacks

Hosted by CCE Sudbury Irish Arts Association, Inc. 

For Tickets or More Information
Call Bridgit @ 705-855-3564
Call Eileen @ 705-522-8012

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Irish Ceili & Set Weekly Dancing Class
Mar
29
to Jun 21

Irish Ceili & Set Weekly Dancing Class

Weekly Classes every Weds until June 21st, 7pm - 8:30pm at Carl A Nesbitt School gym, in New Sudbury (Roy is opposite Walmart on La Salle).

Carl A. Nesbitt Public School 1241 Roy, Sudbury, Ontario P3A 3M5

No dancing experience or Irishness required! 


Lots of fun & good exercise for all. Children 8 years+ also welcome.
Bring a water bottle & some indoor shoes.

Contact Bridget 705-855-3564

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ceili_dance

Bimonthly Ceilidh dances with live band are also held in Sudbury at The Moose Lodge on Frood.

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Irish Celtic Fair 2017
Mar
5
11:00 AM11:00

Irish Celtic Fair 2017

5 hours of continuous entertainment!

 

*Irish dancing

*music

*singing

*Irish stew

*bake table

*children's table & children's activities

*white elephant table

*popcorn & candyfloss

*photo booth

 

Music

12noon *Pipe Band to open

and

*The Wild Geese

*The Irish Capers

*Fiddleworks

*Meilleur Lads

 

Sunday March 5th, 2017, 11am - 5pm

Caruso Club, Upper Hall, Haig Street, Sudbury

 

Admission Price;

$5 adults

$3 students

free for children under 12

 

Contact;

Eileen - 705-522-8012

Bridgit - 705 - 855-3564

 

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Set Dancing Clinic with Maureen Mulvey - Carl A Nesbitt School
Jan
14
10:30 AM10:30

Set Dancing Clinic with Maureen Mulvey - Carl A Nesbitt School

Maureen Mulvey comes to do set dancing clinic with 4 new teachers of set dancing (Ontario Trillium Foundation project – 1 year duration)

10:30am - 1pm

Location;
Carl A. Nesbitt School Gym - 1241 Roy Avenue
(across from Walmart in New Sudbury) – access through the front door of the school.

Please bring water and a snack with you!

Set Dancing lessons are funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation and are free of charge!

Set dancing is a form of social dancing which has been popular in Ireland for over 200 years. Sets are danced by four couples in a square, and usually consist of three to six figures (patterns) with a short pause between each. They are descended from the French quadrilles, which were brought to Ireland by the British army in the eighteenth century. Square dancing probably developed from set dancing. Sets are very popular today in Ireland and in communities throughout the world.

For More Information:

Call Bridgit at 705-855- 3564
Call Eileen at 705-522- 8012
Call Crystal at 705-585- 1740

 

 

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Moose Lodge Ceili
Jan
13
7:30 PM19:30

Moose Lodge Ceili

Irish Ceili Dance

Featuring Ceili Dance Caller: Maureen Mulvey-O’Leary
Live Music by: The Wild Geese

Bring your Family and Friends!

January 13, 2016
7:30pm - 11:00pm

**6pm Set Dance Class with Maureen Mulvey-O'Leary

(pls note there is also a Sat morn Set dance class on Sat 14th with Maureen, at Carl Nesbitt School, 10:30am - 1pm)

Moose Hall—212 Frood Road, Sudbury, Ontario

Adult—Members $13.00
Pre-sale Non-Members $17.00
$20.00 at the door
Students $7.00
Children 12 & under free

Cash Bar Free
Irish Snacks

Hosted by CCE Sudbury Irish Arts Association, Inc. 

For Tickets or More Information
Call Bridgit @ 705-855-3564
Call Crystal @ 705-585-1740
Call Eileen @ 705-522-8012


 

COME OUT AND JOIN US IN THE FUN!

 

Brilliant Music | Loads of Fun!

Come Experience a Living Tradition.

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Weekly Irish Set Dancing Event
Jan
11
6:30 PM18:30

Weekly Irish Set Dancing Event

  • Carl A. Nesbitt School Gym - 1241 Roy Avenue (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Location;
Carl A. Nesbitt School Gym - 1241 Roy Avenue
(across from Walmart in New Sudbury) – access through the front door of the school.

6:30pm - 8:30pm


Please bring a bottle of water with you.
Set Dancing lessons are funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation and are FREE of charge! (Till March 2017)
No partner needed, nor Irishness required! All are welcome.
Set dancing is a form of social dancing which has been popular in Ireland for over 200 years. Sets are danced by four couples in a square, and usually consist of three to six figures (patterns) with a short pause between each. They are descended from the French quadrilles, which were brought to Ireland by the British army in the eighteenth century. Square dancing probably developed from set dancing. Sets are very popular today in Ireland and in communities throughout the world.
You can easily find videos of Set Dancing on YouTube, we dance the popular ones such as the Plain set, Connemara set, Clare Lancers and the Merchant set.
For More Information:
Call Bridgit at 705-855- 3564
Call Eileen at 705-522- 8012
Call Crystal at 705-585- 1740

for updates see CCE Facebook

 

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Moose Lodge Ceili
Nov
11
7:30 PM19:30

Moose Lodge Ceili

Irish Ceili Dance

Featuring Ceili Dance Caller: Maureen Mulvey-O’Leary
Live Music by: The Wild Geese

Bring your Family and Friends!

November 11, 2016
7:30pm - 11:00pm

Moose Hall—212 Frood Road, Sudbury, Ontario

Adult—Members $13.00
Pre-sale Non-Members $17.00
$20.00 at the door
Students $7.00
Children 12 & under free

Cash Bar Free
Irish Snacks

Hosted by CCE Sudbury Irish Arts Association, Inc. 

For Tickets or More Information
Call Bridgit @ 705-855-3564
Call Crystal @ 705-585-1740
Call Eileen @ 705-522-8012


 

COME OUT AND JOIN US IN THE FUN!

 

Brilliant Music | Loads of Fun!

Come Experience a Living Tradition.

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Canada East AGM
Oct
21
to Oct 23

Canada East AGM

Canada East Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann Annual General Meeting (AGM)

October 21 – 23, 2016

In addition to the AGM for our out-of- town guests, we will be hosting hosting MAD For TRAD -  a whole weeken of public Irish music, music and dance lessons, crafts, a book reading, and dance ceilis. More information to follow but keep the date open. We will also be hosting out-of- town musicians and performers, and paying tribute to the 100 th anniversary of the Easter Rising which was the sentinel event leading to the formation of the Republic of Ireland.

This weekend is sponsored by the Irish Embassy (musician travel costs) and the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade through Glor na nGael (for book reading about the history of the Irish language in Canada).

“Macalla—An Echo of the Past….A Vision for the Future”

Embassy of Ireland
 
Ireland Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
 
Glor na nGael
 
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William Butler Yeats Exhibit - Mackenzie Library
Oct
1
to Oct 15

William Butler Yeats Exhibit - Mackenzie Library

William Butler Yeats Exhibit

The William Butler Yeats Exhibit can been seen at the Mackenzie Library in Sudbury for the first two weeks of October (1- 15) and at the University Library at Laurentian University of Sudbury for the last two weeks of October (16 – 31).

Open Mic - Yeats reading at the Mackenzie Library on Thursday evening @ 6:30 PM in the Reader's Lounge on October 13, 2016.

Greater Sudbury
Embassy of Ireland
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Moose Lodge Ceili
Sep
16
7:30 PM19:30

Moose Lodge Ceili

Irish Ceili Dance

Featuring Ceili Dance Caller: Maureen Mulvey-O’Leary
Live Music by: The Wild Geese

Bring your Family and Friends!

September 16, 2016
7:30pm - 11:00pm

Moose Hall—212 Frood Road, Sudbury, Ontario

Adult—Members $13.00
Pre-sale Non-Members $17.00
$20.00 at the door
Students $7.00
Children 12 & under free

Cash Bar Free
Irish Snacks

Hosted by CCE Sudbury Irish Arts Association, Inc. 

For Tickets or More Information
Call Bridgit @ 705-855-3564
Call Crystal @ 705-585-1740
Call Eileen @ 705-522-8012


 

COME OUT AND JOIN US IN THE FUN!

 

Brilliant Music | Loads of Fun!

Come Experience a Living Tradition.

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The Irish Pilgrimage to Grosse Isle
Aug
15
to Aug 17

The Irish Pilgrimage to Grosse Isle

When: Monday, 15 August - Wednesday, 17 August 2016

What: Grosse Isle is the largest Irish cemetery outside of Ireland. It served as a quarantine station during the Great Starvation, 1846 – 1852. Between 5,000 and 20,000 Irish people are buried there. In 1909, a Celtic Cross Monument was erected in memory of the victims. It is the largest of its kind in North America. Over the last 20 years, the island has been restored to reflect the era of the Great Starvation and has been opened as a National Historical Site.

Tour Itinerary: Click Here

Language: This pilgrimage is designed to accommodate Irish language speakers and learners.  Beginners are welcome.

Honorary Guide: The honorary guide of the tour of Grosse Isle will be Pádraig Ó Laighin.  Pádraig was a key player in the campaign which represented the views of Irish-Canadians in the development of the National Historical Site in 1997.  Pádraig is also extremely well known as the driving force in the organization "Stádas" which obtained official working status for the Irish Language in the European Union in 2007.

Further Information: Aralt, kenny-h@rmc.ca, (613) 731-1857

See Irish Language version of this announcement and registration page at: Click Here

Where:  Grosse Isle, - Montmagny, Québec G5V 1B6 - View Map

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Irish Summer School
Jul
25
to Jul 29

Irish Summer School

Irish Summer School

Location: TBA

July 25 – 29, 2016

Full day program from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. We look forward to your children joining us for a week of fun-filled days of Irish Dancing, Tin Whistle, Singing, Crafts, and loads of fun activities.

Children to bring water, lunch and a T-shirt.

Cost: TBA

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Jun
18
1:00 PM13:00

Public Set Dancing - Carl Nesbitt School

Public Set Dancing

The CCE Sudbury Irish Arts Association is pleased to offer Set Dancing Lessons at the Carl A. Nesbitt School Gym  on 1241 Roy Avenue (Street across from Walmart in New Sudbury)

New Friends! No Partner Required!

FREE LESSONS

Saturdays from 1-4 excluding 2016 school holidays!

Fun! Exercise! Possibility of Performing!

Please bring water and a snack with you!

Everyone is welcome regardless if you have the “Irish on you”!

For further information/registration contact
Bridgit at 705-855-3564
Crystal at 705-585-1740

Supported by
Activate Your Neighbourhood
Ontario Trillium Foundation


Set dancing is a form of social dancing which has been popular in Ireland for over 200 years. Sets are danced by four couples in a square, and usually consist of three to six figures (patterns) with a short pause between each. They are descended from the French quadrilles, which were brought to Ireland by the British army in the eighteenth century. Square dancing probably developed from set dancing. Sets are very popular today in Ireland and in communities throughout the world. Research has documented the health benefits of set dancing for people with various conditions, including Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.


Funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation

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Jun
17
9:00 AM09:00

PA Day Irish Traditional Activities - Moose Lodge

Professional Activity Days 2015/2016 School Year

May 20, 2016
June 17, 2016

Traditional Irish cultural programming is provided for school-age children on school PA days at the Moose Lodge, 212 Frood Road, Sudbury from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. We look forward to your children joining us for a fun-filled day of Irish Dancing, Tin Whistle, Singing, Crafts, and Loads of Fun Activities. Children to bring water, lunch and a T-shirt.

Cost:

$35 for 1 child
$50 for 2 children

For more information/registration call:

Bridgit at 705-855- 3564
Eileen at 705-522- 8012
Crystal at 705-585- 1740

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Jun
11
1:00 PM13:00

Public Set Dancing - Carl Nesbitt School

Public Set Dancing

The CCE Sudbury Irish Arts Association is pleased to offer Set Dancing Lessons at the Carl A. Nesbitt School Gym  on 1241 Roy Avenue (Street across from Walmart in New Sudbury)

New Friends! No Partner Required!

FREE LESSONS

Saturdays from 1-4 excluding 2016 school holidays!

Please bring water and a snack with you!

Everyone is welcome regardless if you have the “Irish on you”!

Fun! Exercise! Possibility of Performing!

For further information/registration contact
Bridgit at 705-855-3564
Crystal at 705-585-1740

Supported by
Activate Your Neighbourhood
Ontario Trillium Foundation


Set dancing is a form of social dancing which has been popular in Ireland for over 200 years. Sets are danced by four couples in a square, and usually consist of three to six figures (patterns) with a short pause between each. They are descended from the French quadrilles, which were brought to Ireland by the British army in the eighteenth century. Square dancing probably developed from set dancing. Sets are very popular today in Ireland and in communities throughout the world. Research has documented the health benefits of set dancing for people with various conditions, including Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.


Funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation

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