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St. COLUMBA AOH CALENDAR OF EVENTS:

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Thursday, March 1 - World of Creativity with Irish Song and Dance @ Columbia Art Center,
1227-C Taylor Street, from 6-9 pm. Free Admission
Saturday, March 3 - Annual Irish Ceili, American Legion Hall (poster below)
Friday, March 9 - Dyeing of the Fountain, Five Points, 5-6:30 pm, arrive by 5:15 pm   
Saturday, March 10 -Lexington St. Patrick's Shamrock Parade, 2:00 pm   Arrive to line up for parade by 1:15 pm
Sunday, March 11 - Wreath Laying Ceremony at Irish Memorial, Columbia Canal, 4:15 pm   
Mass to follow ceremony at 5:30 pm @ St. Peter’s Church. Social after Mass @ Main St. Public House

Saturday, March 17 -St. Pat's in Five Points Parade,10:00 am   Arrive to line up for parade by 9:15 am  
Thursday, March 22-25 - Tartan Day South
Thursday, March 22 - Celtic Kicker at British Bulldog, 7pm
Friday, March 23 - Celtic Commotion at Icehouse Amphitheater in Lexington, 6:30pm
Saturday, March 24 -Tartan Day South Main Event

Celtic Entertainment in the area:

Thursday, March 1— Flogging Molly @ The Music Farm in Columbia 8 pm     
Friday, March 9 — Dropkick Murphys @ The Filllmore in Charlotte 7 pm
Tuesday, March 20—Celtic Women @ Koger Center in Columbia 7 pm 
Friday, April 27— Rockin Road to Dublin @ Koger Center in Columbia 7 pm
(Cancelled)

 

 

 

 

 

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Riverdance Celebrates 20 years at the Koger Center, Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2017 @ 7:30 pm

 

" Whether I receive good or ill, I return thanks equally to God, who taught me always to trust him unreservedly." - Saint Patrick

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History was made!!! The World Affairs Council held an inauguration ceremony when the Irish Consulate opened officially in Atlanta, the first new Irish consulate in the U.S. since the 1930’s. An Irish Ambassador Luncheon was held on February 17th 2011 at the Ritz-Carlton, Buckhead.

A Banquet Honoring Paul Gleeson, Consul General Atlanta Irish Consulate was held Saturday, Nov. 6, 2010 at the Clarion Hotel in Columbia, South Carolina.

The dedication of the South Carolina Irish Memorial (photos) on Saturday Sept. 6th. 2008 at Riverfront Park in Columbia, SC. View article & photos from The South Carolina State Board Site.

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St. Pat's in Five Points & Parade

 

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L-R, Consul General of Ireland, Niall Burgess, AOH national VP Brendan Moore & National AOH President Seamus Boyle
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St. Peter's Church, Columbia, SC, the day we unveiled The Columbia Irish Memorial. Photo by Alan Geoghegan

 

"Go raibh maith agat" thank you! Questions? e-mail our President Terry Baggott

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" Whether I receive good or ill, I return thanks equally to God, who taught me always to trust him unreservedly." - Saint Patrick

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