Tri-State Events

SPECIAL APPEAL FOR UKRAINE

The Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians have appealed to their membership to help Ukraine. The appeal was initiated by the Catholic Action Officer, Peggy Cornish of California with the approval of National President Karen Keane of New York. The suggested donation is $50 per Division. Any amount both large or small is greatly appreciated. You do not have to be a Hibernian to make a donation. We welcome donations from all those who want to help those affected by this war in the Ukraine. All LAOH donations will be sent to Catholic Relief Services to be distributed to those in need. Please make check payable to Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians, Inc (note Ukraine on memo line) Mail to: Peggy Cornish, LAOH Catholic Action Officer, 141 N. Kinsella Ave, Covina, CA 91724.

SPECIAL EVENT

 AMERIcan HomeLife ® "Our educational nonprofit corporation is having "AHThanxgiving" event on Wednesday, November 23, 2022, 12:00 p.m. at  Broadway Garden, Broadway and West 162nd St. Washington Heights, NY.  All welcome."

CHRISTMAS EVENTS

Irish American Society of Nassau, Suffolk and Queens 297 Willis Ave, Mineola, NY presents the following Christmas events:  A wee bit of Christmas Cheer on Sunday, December 11, 2022 at 2 p.m. Live Music by Seanie Maloney, Santa & Mrs. Claus, performance by Donny Golden Irish Step Dancers. Raffles, gift baskets and much more. Reservations suggested, walk-ins welcome.

An Irish Christmas with Andy Cooney on Thursday, December 15, 2022, 7:00 p.m. (doors open 6:30 p.m.) Tickets $30 in advance, $35 at the door. Visit www.cooneyshows.simpletix.com or call 516-746-9392.

Holly and Ivy Dance, Saturday, December 17, 2022, 7:30 p.m. music by Sharon and Friends. Special Jive Dancing competition. Coffee, tea and soda bread will be served, bar open for your pleasure. Admission fee $20.00. Call Monday to Friday 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. 516-746-9392 or 516-742-8080 email Irishamericansociety@gmail.com  visit our website at www.irishamericansoc.com 

DINNERS

The Grand Council of Emerald Societies 2023 Irishman of the Year Dinner, Wednesday, January 11, 2023, Antun’s of Queens Village, 96-43 Springfield Blvd., Queens Village, NY beginning at 7:00 p.m. Guest of Honor, Patrick Lynch, President of NYC PBA. Individual subscriptions $100.00 each and tables of ten available for $1,000.00. Contact dinner chairman Brian Sharkey 516-643-1900 or email bjsgarda317@icloud.com for more information. Journal advertising available by contacting journal chairman Mike Barzal 917-648-5498 or email nycdesdd@gmail.com All monies due no later than January 7, 2023.

BOOKS/READINGS

EIIC Book Club – The Emerald Isle Immigration Center located at 4275 Katonah Ave., Woodlawn; Bronx, NY hosts a book club at 1pm, on the fourth Wednesday of month. See www.eiic.org or call 718-324-3039.

My Ireland, A Memoir by Margaret Connor presents a factual and descriptive account of Ireland in the 1950s from the perspective of the author looking back on her early life in the country of her birth. Margaret’s captivating and charming story renders a nostalgic picture of Ireland independent of the inequalities and poverty that existed there at that time. Available in paperback or for Kindle at Amazon using this link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1739872533?ref_=pe_3052080_397514860 

MASS AND SPIRITUAL EVENTS

The Sunday Mass is available on the following TV Channels; Channel 5, WNYW-TV 5:30 a.m.; WLNY Channel 10/55 9 a.m.; The Net (formerly The Prayer Channel) on Time Warner Channel 97 and Cablevision Channel 30 @ 6 pm on Saturday. 

LANGUAGE/MUSIC/DANCE CLASSES

The Emerald Isle Immigration Center, Katonah Ave., Woodlawn offers Irish language classes on Mondays for beginners (9:30am) and advanced (10:30am). For further information call (718) 324-3039 ext. 101.

Irish Language classes for adults and children are now available at the New York Irish Center, 1040 Jackson Ave., Queens, NY. For more info. Email: Gaelic4Kids@NewYorkIrishCenter.org  Family discounts available.

Irish Language classes at all levels are available at Glucksman Ireland House Details, (212) 477-6177 or po2@nyu.edu

Gerry Tobin School of Irish Language – Free Irish language classes are held on Wednesday evenings at the Ancient Order of Hibernians (AOH) Hall, 27 Locust Ave., Babylon, NY. For more information call 631-521-1227 or email: FreeIrishClassesLongIsland@gmail.com or visit website http://www.scoilgaeilge.org 

Philo Celtic Society – The 20 Month Strategy for the Irish Language is now available from The Philo-Celtic Society at http://philo-celtic.com/20-month-strategy-for-the-irish-language.html 

Classes at Irish-American Assoc. of NW Jersey – Classes include Irish language, harp, set dancing (group dancing for adults), knitting. Headquarters located at 352 Richard Mine Road, off Rt. 15 North, Rockaway Township. For starting dates etc. please contact Jack Regan at ajhack1@aol.com  or call 201-321-6706. 

Sean Nós Dance Classes are held at the Irish Heritage Society of Milford Clubhouse, 131 Bridgeport Ave., Milford, CT. For more information call 203-876-9973.

RADIO and ONLINE CONTENT

Irish Stew Podcast – www.irishstewpodcast.com The podcast for the Global Irish Nation featuring interviews with fascinating influencers proud of their Irish Edge. If you're Irish born or hyphenated Irish, this is the podcast that brings all the Irish together. 

The Irish Show with Ken & Bill airs over WKNY 1490 AM every Sunday from 8 to 9 a.m. Listen live at www.wkny1490am.com on Sundays.

WHPC 90.3 FM presents “Full Irish”, Saturday 11 a.m.  Host Gary Power brings you everything Irish from Bono to Sharon Shannon, Chicago to Cork, & D.C. to Dublin. It’s Traditional Irish Music & Irish Rock from both sides of the Atlantic.

WFUV 90.7 FM presents the following programs: Sunday 7-8 a.m. “Thistle and Shamrock” with Fiona Richie, 8-11 a.m. "A Thousand Welcomes" with Kathleen Biggins, Ceol na nGael is broadcast from Noon to 4 p.m. 

Raidió Failte is now available worldwide on the internet. Details www.raidiofailte.com and press 'Eist' or 'Listen' to hear Belfast's only Irish language radio station.  The first Irish language station in the North of Ireland includes music, Gaeilge, Scottish, folk, traditional and world music as well as news, chat, language lessons and craic.  Email oifig@raidiofailte.com  or Tel. 011-447726572357.

WRHU 88.7 FM The Long Ireland Show, hosted by Eileen Cronin airs on Saturdays from 2-5pm on WRHU 88.7 FM Radio Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY. featuring county interviews, trivia and Irish music.  Call in (516) 463-9748. Emerald FM, hosted by Kathleen Shortis airs on Saturdays from 5-7 pm, “New Generations Irish & Irish American music & pop culture. More info at www.wrhu.org

The "Voice of Erin" radio show is broadcast online www.radioerin.com

Ireland Calls "Ireland Calls" a music and news summary from Ireland is co-hosted by Tommy Smyth and Treasa Goodwin and is broadcast on Saturdays at 6 pm over WVOX 1460 AM.  Now available on the internet, log onto www.wvox.com and click on listen live.

"The Adrian Flannelly Show" every Saturday: New York Tri State regional radio broadcast area:  9AM-10AM WNYE 91.5FM - National Public Radio - HD1. 10AM - 12 Noon WVNJ 1160AM Details, (212) 935-0606 or email info@irishradio.com visit our website www.irishradio.com

Celtic Hour from Seton Hall The Celtic Heritage Hour with Joe Brennan Vogel features music, news, reports and interviews Sundays 8 to 11 am, at 89.5 WSOU Seton Hall Radio. Details, (973) 761-9768.

Brendan Daly hosts WVKR, 91.3 FM, live Irish radio, www.IrishRadioNY.com Tuesday mornings from 10 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

SERVICES

The Aisling Irish Community Center located at 990 McLean Ave. Yonkers, NY, weekly schedule of classes and events are available on our website at www.aislingcenter.org or call 1- 914-237-5121; E-Mail: info@aislingcenter.org. Main office hours as follows: Mondays 9:00am – 5:00 pm. Counseling Services available. Please call 914-237-5121 or email communitroutreach@aislingcenter.org 

The Emerald Isle Immigration Center, Katonah Ave., Woodlawn, offers knitting classes on Tuesdays at 10am. Wool and needles are provided and finished products are donated to local charities and nursing homes. Details, (718) 324-3039 ext. 101.

The New York Irish Center, 10-40 Jackson Ave., Long Island City, NY, offers free services and events also classes in Irish dancing, music and language.  For details, (718) 482-0909. www.newyorkirishcenter.org 

Emerald Isle Immigration Center For details of services offered at the Emerald Isle Immigration Center Woodside (59-26 Woodside Ave., Queens) and Woodlawn (4275 Katonah Ave., Bronx) call (718) 478-5502 for Woodside or http://www.eiic.org and (718) 324-3039 for Woodlawn.

                                

 

 

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