Irish Genealogical Society of Michigan


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Gaelic League, Detroit
We have a return engagement at the Irish Genealogical Society of Michigan.

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The Irish Genealogical Society of Michigan meets at the Gaelic League in my hometown of Detroit. We’ll be there on Saturday, March 23, 2019.

It’s the society’s regular monthly meeting, but everyone (and anyone) is welcome. The event is billed: “"Some Irish Tales From an American Seanchi". The seanchi is ME!

The society ordinarily meets at the Gaelic League in Detroit (pictured at right). But the March session with ClanDonnell will be held at the hall of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, 25300 Five Mile Road in Redford (between Telegraph and Beech Daly.

This is about three miles from where I grew up!

Visit The Irish Genealogical Society of Michigan.

The event made WRCJ FM’s community event calendar. It notes:

“Critically acclaimed author and storyteller David McDonnell will tell some Irish tales at the Ancient Order of Hibernians hall in Redford, on Saturday, March 23 at 1:30 pm. The event is hosted by the Irish Genealogical Society of Michigan and the public is invited.

David McDonnell will share some his favorite Irish stories, guaranteed to entertain the Irish and the Irish-at-heart. He’ll also speak a wee bit about the history of storytelling and what led to his passion to preserve this almost-lost art.”

Many thanks to our friends at MichiganStorytelling,

AND to mIrish.com – “All Things Irish and Celtic in Michigan”,

AND the Michigan Irish-American Chamber of Commerce (MIACC Irish Network) - for publicizing the event.

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