Get Your Irish On!

Celtic Enthusiasts and Friends,

The 2017 Pot Luck of the Irish, hosted by the Lochs and Hills Celtic Association, will be held on Saturday, March 18, 6 p.m., at Heritage Hall near downtown Rome.  For the meal, Lochs and Hills  will supply corned beef, cabbage, Irish potatoes, and Irish soda bread.  All guests are asked to bring a side dish, salad or dessert to add to the meal.  Entertainment will include the Ceilidh Celtic Ensemble and Rome’s Drake School Irish Dancers.  Cost is $10 per person to help with the cost of the supplied food, serving pieces and other expenses.  Cost for children age 12 and under is $5.
For more information or to make a reservation, please contact Janet Baltzer, president of L&HCA at 706-234-6317 or at by Wednesday, March 15.  Let us know how many in your party and what food you plan to bring so we can coordinate the menu.  This fun, family-friendly event is open to all – regardless of heritage.  Just wear green!
Heritage Hall is at 415 E. Third Ave., Rome, at the corner of E. Third and Glenn Milner.  However, all guests should park in the lot behind HH which is accessed from 4th Avenue.  After entering the parking lot, drive up to the main building and enter through the side door that faces Glenn Milner, marked ‘Security Office’.  Pot Luck of the Irish is just inside this door.
Another kid-friendly event is our annual Celtic gala concert on Saturday, April 22, 7:30 p.m. at the Rome Forum.  It features a concert band, school choir, bagpipers, Irish dancers, and soloists.  All tickets are $5 for the concert which we call ‘Across the Big Pond.’
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