June 25, 2022
The Alaskan Scottish Highland Games
The ICA participated in the Highland Games with a booth to promote our activities and the upcoming Galway Days Irish Festival. We welcomed new members and got to meet many members of the Alaskan community either from Ireland, with Irish roots, or with a love of Irish music and dance. We also held a few music sessions and a song circle! Thank you Jeni McDaniel, Cathy Steen, and the Alaskan Scottish Club for making this happen!
June 18, 2022
Army Heritage Cultural Festival at JBER
The ICA participated in the Army Heritage Cultural Festival with a booth to promote our activities to service members ad their families. TheCultural Festival featured live singers and dancers, food trucks, educational booths, food trucks, and live dancer and singers, including our very own ICA representative and singer, Philip Price!
March 19, 2022
St. Patrick's Saturday Bread Giveaway with Live Music
March 13, 2022
An Afternoon in Ireland: Redheads, Rebels, and Rogues
Watch our annual March production of more than two hours of song, music, and poetry featuring Dawn Berg, Jubilee, Terri McCoy, Philip Price, Rogues and Wenches, Jennifer Summers, Caitlin Warbelow, Shonti Elder and Elsa Aegerter, and Rebecca Wolverton.
Annual Membership Meeting
Things That Go Bump in the Night
In March 2000, the Irish Club of Alaska staged an original production of a ghost story about a haunted pub in Ireland. For the first time in 21 years, we are sharing the video of this production, featuring many of Anchorage's favorite performers past and present. Enjoy!
Talk Like a Pirate Day Song Circle
Annual Membership Picnic
March 2021 Event:
An Afternoon in Ireland
In continuing a longstanding Anchorage tradition, the Irish Club of Alaska welcomed back An Afternoon in Ireland - online! Enjoy the YouTube performance below that premiered on March 14th.
February 2021 Zoom Event:
Thanks for attending our monthly Zoom event at Reilly's virtual pub online. Enjoy Philip's performance below.
Irish Dance at Galway Days
Past performances of the the Irish Dance Academy of Alaska for the 2020 Galway Days Virtual Irish Festival
An original play about the 1916 Irish revolution written by Dublin-born Philip Price and Alaskans Rodney Lamb and Benjamin James and performed in Alaska in April 2016.
Celebrating Irish culture and traditions and sharing with the world all that is uniquely Irish-Alaskan.
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