AOH hosts Montgomery Irish festival

This weekend, June 3, 4 and 5, the Ancient Order of Hibernians Notre Dame Division will host its annual Montgomery County Irish Festival at Saint Michael's picnic grove in Mont Clare, about ten minutes from King of Prussia, Pennsylvania.

The event is the biggest outdoor Irish festival in Montgomery County since the Green Lane Celtic Festival will not take place this year because of financial problems within Montgomery County, this according to organizers in a release that also listed a wide range of performing artists for the festival's three days.

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On Sunday morning, an outdoor Mass will be celebrated by AOH chaplain, Fr. Bill Grogan at 10.30. while Sara Agnew will be the vocalist.

All Proceeds from the festival will go toward local AOH charities. Tickets are $5 for Friday and $7 for Saturday or Sunday. There is also a weekend pass for $15. Call (610)277-4868 for tickets. More information and directions at