Celebrate St Patrick's Day
with the award winning McGonigle Irish Dancers and the Sunapee Singers!
Originating in Ireland, Irish step dancing is a traditional dance form that includes both social and performance opportunities. It encompasses a wide variety of styles for solo, pair, and group dances.
The McGonigle Dancers have received numerous awards at the national and
international level of competition.
The Sunapee Singers will ad to the afternoon with a cheerful collection of Irish tunes with some familiar favorites mixed in including When Irish Eyes are Smiling, Down by the Sally Gardens, Catch a Falling Star, Over the Rainbow, Danny Boy, Bendemeer’s Stream, How are Things in Glocca Morra, Molly Malone, The Irish Blessing
Come and enjoy this energetic show!
Purchase tickets BELOW on PayPal,
or at Morgan Hill Bookstore, or Tatewell Gallery
until noon on March18th
Tickets will be available by Cash or Check at the Door
Historical actors Steve and Sharon Wood portray Abraham and
Mary Todd Lincoln in this theatrical presentation focusing on the challenges
the first family faced during a turbulent time in our country's history. The
production begins with Mary Todd Lincoln mourning her husband's death.
President Lincoln then appears, visible to the audience but only heard by Mary
as if in a memory recalled, and they begin a dialogue about their lives.