117 SOUTH UPPER ST, LEXINGTON KY
START AT 8PM ISH
Please mail all applications to: Failte Irish Imports 113 South upper st, Lexington KY 40507 With entry fee of $100.00
It is only a $100.00 to enter a Rose. Here is the criteria each rose has to heve to enter:
a) Be 18 years of age by January 1st 2014 and will not have reached your 28th birthday on or prior to September 1st 2014.
b) Be unmarried or never been married.
c) Be born in Ireland or of Irish origin by virtue of one of her ancestors having been born in Ireland.
d) Be living in the region you wish to represent for more than one year.
e) Never have previously represented any Centre as a Rose in the Irish Regional Final or International Rose of Tralee Selection.
f) Be available for Rose Selection events and if selected be available for the Regional Final in Ireland May 2014 and if selected for the International Festival events in August 2014
If you are interested in being a rose please get in touch with me at 859 381 1498 or email@example.com
BE A PART OF HISTORY!!!!BE A KENTUCKY ROSE
WANT TO BE A ROSE BUD?
This year we are having ROSE BUDS Just enter the colouring competition and send it in with $10.00. Some of the proceeds will go to The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation...Good luck little Rosebuds!
When: Thursday, JANUARY 2ND Music Starts at 8pm (ish)
FREE IRISH DANCE LESSONS!!
117 SOUTH UPPER ST, LEXINGTON KY
Music: Liams Fancy
Dancing by: The Lexington Irish Dancers & McTeggart
THIS CASUAL GET TOGETHER WILL BE ALL ABOUT CELTIC MUSIC AND IRISH DANCING AND EVERYONE IS INVITED
SO BRING YOUR SINGING VOICE AND DANCING SHOES!
Bring A Friend Or five.
It's Free, Fun And The Whole Family Are Invited
We meet at McCarthy's the 1ST Thursday of the Month at 8pm
If you need more info please get in touch with Me at:
See You on the first Thursday.
March 15th 2014 At the 5/3 Pavillion
Saturday 11am - 7pm with a break at 1pm for the parade.
A fun filled day with Celtic music, Irish Dancing, traditional Irish foods and wonderful Irish vendors.
HERE IS A LIST OF WHO WILL BE PLAYING:
There will be fantastic music, lovely food and great vendors!
This is a FREE event...COME AND CELEBRATE WITH US!
THE CHEVY CHASER MAGAZINE DID A ARTICLE ON US:
CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO CHECK IT OUT
The Lexington Celtic Association began in 2002 by a group of friends who sought to celebrate their shared Irish, Scottish, and Welsh heritage. Liza Hendley, a native of Dublin and owner of Fàilte Irish Imports in Lexington took the initiative and organized a gathering in McCarthy's Irish Pub downtown. On that first meeting, the Lexington Celtic Association was born.
Everyone who has an appreciation for celtic music, culture, and lore, regardless of personal ancestry, is warmly encouraged to join our organization. Should you venture out to one of our meetings, you might encounter bagpipers, fiddlers, singers, dancers. Naturally, all Celtic people are poets and storytellers at heart. They come from in and outside of Lexington -- from the U.S, Ireland and the U.K. Be prepared for a grand time!
No group in the area unites such an ecclectic bunch as the Lexington Celtic Association. Please explore our website and learn why you ought to take part and celebrate the magic of Celtic culture. Cheers!Liza Hendley & Nicholas Solon