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NEW YORK LIFE FOUNDATION MAKES CASH GRANT RECOGNIZING VOLUNTEER SERVICE

Press ReleasesPhoenix, AZ 10/16/2008

The Irish Cultural and Learning Foundation announced today that it has been awarded a grant for $500 for general operation support through the New York Life Foundation's Local Volunteer Action Program.  The Local Volunteer Action program encourages and supports the volunteer involvement of New York Life employees, agents and retirees in community-based nonprofit organizations.
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Tom Teven concert at the Center on October 19.

Press ReleasesFor Immediate Release

Contact: Mary Moriarty
(10/13/08)
Irish Cultural Center
Ph: (602) 258-0109 or info@azirish.org  

On Sunday, October 19, 2008, The Irish Cultural Center located at 1106 North Central Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85004 will be presenting Singing Phenomenon, Tom Teven
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IRISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY GIFT & BAKE SALE

Press ReleasesOn Friday, November 7 and Saturday, November 8, 2006, The Irish Cultural Center located at 1106 North Central Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85004 will be presenting: “Irish”You a Merry Christmas Christmas Holiday Gift & Bake Sale.
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THE MUSES RETURN TO THE CENTER

Press ReleasesOn Friday, November 8, 2008, The  Center will be presenting The Muses.

If you don't know what is worn under a Scotsman's kilt, or what it feels like to have your imagination filled with Irish mist covering green fields... or especially if you do, you'll want to catch The Muses live! Tanya Brody plays the harp, hammered dulcimer, penny whistle, and many more instruments, but it is her angelic voice that will captivate your heart. Matthew Gurnsey plays the concertina, bodhran, bowed psaltery, mandolin and many others while singing along with a contagious sparkle in his eye that is sure to make you smile. Together and along with friends they bring in for certain shows, they are an inspiring trip to the Celtic Isles saving you the price of airfare!
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8TH ANNUAL ARIZONA IRISH FESTIVAL

Press ReleasesToday’s Date:  July 21, 2008
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Contact:  Jacqueline Carro  O/ 480.839.1445 * C/ 480.495.8924 * F/ 480.491.4196

 

Arizona Irish Festival

CELEBRATES Ireland

Ancient and Modern

MUSIC * DANCE * FOOD!

 

Who: The Irish Cultural & Learning Foundation

What: The Arizona Irish Festival ~ Where everyone is a wee bit Irish!

When: Saturday, October 4, 2008 from 10am~9pm

(NEW TIME!  WE STAY OPEN LATER!)

Where: Irish Cultural Center 1106 N. Central Avenue* Phoenix, AZ  85004 and Margaret T. Hance (Deck) Park 

Contact for festival informaiton: 602.308.4601 or azirishfestival.org

 

Tickets: Adults $10, Children 6-12 $1, Children under 6, FREE! 

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THOMAS B. TEVEN OF CELTIC PRIDE PERFORMS AT THE CENTER

Press ReleasesFor Immediate Release Contact: Mary Moriarty
(8/26/08) Irish Cultural Center
Ph: (602) 258-0109 or info@azirish.org


On Sunday, October 19, 2008, The Irish Cultural Center located at 1106 North Central Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85004 will be presenting Singing Phenomenon, Tom Teven Following an extended tour of the Northwest, Thomas B. Teven of Celtic Pride is returning to Arizona
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ANNIE MOORE MEMORIAL NOW A REALITY

Press ReleasesMemorial Dedication Event Set for Irish-American Immigration Icon "Ellis Island" Annie Moore for October 11 in New York City Effort led by Great-granddaughters (Phoenix residents), Phoenix's Irish Cultural and Learning Foundation and Arizona Philanthropists For

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August 8, 2008 Media Contact: Julia Devous | 623-297-2206 | julia@anniemoore.net

Phoenix, Arizona -- The memorial dedication ceremony for the unmarked gravesite of Irish-American historic icon Annie Moore, the first immigrant through Ellis Island in 1892, has been set for Saturday, October 11, 2008 at 2 p.m. at Calvary Cemetery in Queens, New York. Great-granddaughter and spokesperson for the Annie Moore Memorial Project, Phoenix resident Julia Devous, announced that the event will be free and open to the public.
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An Irish Affair

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Join Barbara Euser and Connie Burke as they present thirty slides of Counties Cork and Waterford and read from selected stories in their latest travel anthology, Venturing in Ireland: Quest for the Modern Celtic Soul Barnes & Noble Bookstore Desert Ridge Marketplace  21001 N. Tatum Blvd. Phoenix on May 6, 2008 at 7:00 pm
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CITY PLANS EFFECT THE CENTER

Press ReleasesThe City of Phoenix City Council is working on a budget-balancing plan that will impact Parks and Recreation department and thereby a possibility of impacting the Irish Cultural Center of Phoenix.  Some city services we rely on are in danger of being cut altogether-those vital to our operations. We encourage you to participate in the public forums and have your voice heard by the City officials.
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Arizona Irish Festival CELEBRATES Ireland Ancient and Modern

Press Releases

Today’s Date: July 18, 2007
FOR IMMEDIATE PRESS RELEASE

  Contact:   Jacqueline Carro
 O/ 480.839.1445 * C/ 480.495.8924 * F/ 480.491.4196

Arizona Irish Festival CELEBRATES Ireland
Ancient and Modern
MUSIC * DANCE * FOOD!

Who:  The Irish Cultural & Learning Foundation
What:  The Arizona Irish Festival ~ Where everyone is a wee bit Irish!
When:  Saturday, October 27, 2007 from 10am~5pm
Where:  Irish Cultural Center
1106 N. Central Avenue * Phoenix, AZ 85004 and Margaret T. Hance (Deck) Park
602.308.4601 * azirishfestival.org
Tickets:  Adults $10, Children 6-12 $1, Children under 6, FREE!

Phoenix, AZ ~ The Seventh Annual Arizona Irish Festival is coming to the Irish Cultural Center in Phoenix on Saturday, October 27, 2007. The event takes place at Hance Park where visitors can enjoy a celebration of Irish culture through music, dance, food & live entertainment!