THE IRISH NETWORK IS PLEASED TO HOST A SPECIAL MARCH EVENT
IN HONOR OF ST. PATRICK:
IN SEARCH OF ANCIENT IRELAND AND
THE REAL ST. PATRICK
A Conversation with Douglas Burger
Sunday, March 22
The Irish Snug
1201 E. Colfax Avenue, Denver
6 p.m. Talk
Come early to join friends for drinks and dinner!
Doug Burger is a beloved professor emeritus at CU Boulder's English department. He has won numerous awards for excellence in teaching. He will lead what promises to be a wonderful discussion about St. Patrick's enormous, lasting impact on Ireland and Celtic Christianity.
Join us as early as 5 p.m. for drinks, dinner and to greet friends before the talk.
Registration is $5 for INCO members and $10 for non-members. (Remember, individual INCO memberships are a bargain at only $25 for a full year and help support these community-building events.)
Please register to attend this celebration of the authentic St. Patrick and Celtic heritage at the Irish Network Colorado site: Click here
JOIN US FEBRUARY 10th FOR AN IRISH NETWORK COLORADO HAPPY HOUR AND PRESENTATION ON GENEALOGY.
Author and professional genealogist Tom Duncan, founder and owner of The Attic Genealogy Research, will give a brief talk on the challenges and rewards of discovering one's Irish roots. We'll meet between 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. at Katie Mullen's Irish Pub (1550 Court Place, Denver) on Tuesday, February 10. There is no cost to attend but please register on this web site: www.irishnetworkco.com. Come and learn how to research your Irish (or other nationality) ancestors and bring your friends!
INCO JANUARY 20th HAPPY HOUR TO FEATURE A PRESENTATION ON THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT
Join us on Tuesday, January 20th at the Celtic Tavern for our next Happy Hour. We will have a short presentation by INCO members Tess Julian, a health care consultant, and Martha Keaveny, an H&R Block tax manager, on the implications of the Affordable Care Act for those who purchased their health care in 2014 through a state or federal exchange. Come talk to these members about the health care law and its impact on your 2014 tax return. We'll be serving appetizers and good conversation in the Burns room at the Celtic Tavern, 1801 Blake St, Denver from 5:30 to 7:30 but please register on the Irish Network Colorado site (link below). We'll see you there!
IRISH WOMEN DRAMATISTS now presented in a new book by INCO Member Eileen Kearney
Eileen Kearney and Charlotte Headrick have created the first anthology of Irish women playwrights that is firmly grounded in the history of twentieth century Irish theater and the social history of modern Ireland. Women characters dominate the Irish stage yet women dramatists have been neglected, ignored and deliberately marginalized. This new anthology takes an important step towards addressing that problem. It celebrates seven great writers whose dramas display the vitality, virtuosity and variety of Irish women's play writing.
Eileen Kearney has been a leading Irish theatre scholar and director since the 1980s and currently teaches at the University of Colorado, Denver. Charlotte Headrick is professor of theater at Oregon State University and has directed numerous Irish plays.
Irish Women Dramatists, 1908- 2001, is available, so far, on Amazon: http:www.amazon.com/Irish-Women-Dramatists-Studies/dp/0815633750 or contact Eileen Kearney directly: email@example.com
Irish Network Colorado (IN-Colorado) is a business network that connects Irish expatriates, Irish-Americans and friends of Ireland. Our mission is to provide a forum for social, business, and professional networking for our members and to strengthen economic, social, and cultural ties between Irish and American businesses in Colorado and more broadly between the U.S. and Ireland.
By harnessing the energy and synergies of its diverse membership, IN-Colorado hopes to strengthen the economic, social, and cultural ties between Irish and American businesses in Colorado and between the U.S. and Ireland.