Since 2009, it has been the mission of the Chandler, AZ – Tullamore, Ireland Sister Cities to cultivate and maintain a strong reciprocal relationship between the cities of Chandler, Arizona and Tullamore, Ireland to encourage cultural understanding, community involvement, economic development and educational exchanges.
The St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Faire Committee is composed by a group of hard working elected individuals that make the Phoenix St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Faire happen.
The Caledonian Society of Arizona is the single largest Celtic organization in the state of Arizona and our mission is to promote Scottish culture through art, education and athletics.
We preserve and present traditional music and dance by sharing our love of contra dancing – American folk dancing evolved from European country dances. Join us and celebrate both our heritage and our modern community!
Celtica! represents the strong choral traditions of Ireland, Scotland, England, Wales, Brittany, Germany, Scandinavia and Russia. Medieval, traditional and modern music from the very best Celtic composers take you on an incredible musical tour you’ll never forget. Contact by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Irish Foundation
The Irish Foundation of Arizona, founded in 1973, was formed to bring together people of Irish heritage. We welcome all people who have an interest to preserve and promote our proud Irish culture and heritage to join The Irish Foundation of Arizona. Contact: Anna O’Hara at 602.524.0207 or email: email@example.com
The purpose of the League shall be to promote and encourage appreciation for the culture of Wales and provide people of Welsh origin or having an interest in the culture of Wales a means to share their common heritage and/or interests. It is a resource for those who wish to explore and share the many facets of Welsh and Celtic culture in Arizona and beyond. Contact: Mary Gilchrist, Secretary Welsh League of Arizona by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our goal is to promote fellowship while researching the lifestyles and trades appropriate to the Celtic Peoples from 400 BC until 1746 AD. Participation is open to anyone with an interest in period crafting, living history and entertainment, no matter what his/her ethnicity.