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The Irish Society of Houston  PO Box 820010  Houston, Texas 77282-0010
Sunday, November 2, 2014

Houston Gaels Family Picnic
in Hermann Park

11:30 - 2:30PM
More Information will be provided soon!


Sunday, November 7, 2014

A Celtic Christmas with Danny O’Flaherty

Danny O'Flaherty, Celtic Balladeer, will bring the
precious ancient gifts of music, song and storytelling to
the University of St. Thomas for one performance only.
His mesmerizing songs and tantalizing stories will
rekindle the true Christmas spirit in every audience
member’s heart. Through powerful songs and stories,
Danny will paint a vivid picture of his childhood in Ireland
and the customs surrounding Christmas of the Celtic
nations, including Ireland, Wales, and Scotland, as well as
such areas as Cornwall, Brittany, Galicia, Astoria and the
Isle of Man.
Cost: Open to the public; Adults $15; Seniors $10;
children and UST faculty, staff and students free
Location: Jones Hall
Address: 3910 Yoakum
Time: 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Houston, TX 77006
Contact: Lori Meghan Gallagher, JD
irishstudies@stthom.edu
713-525-3592
Sponsored By William J. Flynn Center for Irish Studies

Friday, November 14, 2014

The Annual Irish Gala

The University of St. Thomas
William J. Flynn Center for Irish Studies will host
The Annual Irish Gala
at The Houstonian Hotel on Friday, November 14, 2014

This spectacular evening, chaired by Margo P. Geddie,
Maureen Evans and Lisa Miranda, will honor Michele
Malloy, who is the former chair of the UST board of
directors,
a member of the Flynn Center for Irish Studies Advisory
Board and a well-known community volunteer.
The Most Rev. Daniel Cardinal DiNardo, Archbishop of
Galveston-Houston, will serve as honorary chair. All
proceeds raised will benefit the William J. Flynn Center
for Irish Studies.

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