Sunday, March 15, 2020 from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. At Landmark Center
A Day of Irish Dance for the Whole Family!
Tickets are $7 for adults, $5 for kids 6-18 and Seniors may be purchased with cash or by credit card at the door on either day. Kids 5 and under are free. Group discounts can be arranged by calling 651-341- 3618 or e-mail at Info@IrishMusicandDanceAssociation.org.
12:30 ~ Introduction to Irish Dance for the wee ones - Beth Pitchford, North Star Irish Dance 1:00 ~ Sing and Play with Charlie Heymann 1:45 ~ Interactive Storytelling with Sir Gustav Doc’Tain 2:30 ~ Celtic Cuties Sampler with Aria Strauss
SPECIAL PROGRAMS FOR SENSORY SENSITIVE AUDIENCE MEMBERS ~ SEMINAR ROOM Opening until Noon ~ Quiet Room for individuals who need space to retreat from all the sensory input of the other activities
12:00 ~ "O'er the Raging Foam For to Seek a Home": How Irish Songs Found a Place Across the Seas - Music with Robert Waltz - *this is a sensory friendly presentation* 12:30 ~ Instrument Petting Zoo with Center for Irish Music Instructors Mattie Ernst and Iain Dove Lempke – a chance to try playing musical instruments - *this is a sensory friendly presentation*
SEMINAR ROOM: 1:15 ~ "Celtic Cross-over Hits" by Dave and Suzanne Rhees of Bundle & Go 2:15 ~ "Meet the Irish Harp - the True Story Behind Ireland's Symbol" by Chad McAnally of Rupalai 3:15 ~ "Sadie the Goat," a theatrical presentation by Out of the Mist Celtic Theatre
VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE!
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A 2-day celebration of all things Irish for the whole family!
• Traditional Music • Dance Schools • Dance Performance Groups
• Vendors / Exhibitors • Tea Room • Traditional Food
• Seminar • Children's Stage • Irish Theatre • Great Activities for all ages!
IMDA is pleased to continue our Sensory-Friendly Programing on Day of Irish Dance. These presentations are designed for audiences of all ages and abilities, including individuals on the autism spectrum and those with sensory sensitivities. The presentations take place in a relaxed environment where audience members are welcome to be who they are and enjoy the activities together with family and friends:
Early Open - Families may take advantage of coming to Landmark Center early – beginning at 10:00 a.m. The early entrance gives families a chance to make their way to Courtroom 317 before the crowds start to build.
Discounts on tickets are available if guests bring the flyer.