Ottawa Irish Festival ~ March 9 to 18, 2017

March 9

Proclamation
Ottawa City Hall

4:30PM – 6:30PM

Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson announces Ottawa Irish Festival begins!

Light refreshments and live entertainment (Triple Trouble)

www.irishsocietyncr.com

March 10

St. Pat's Fundraiser Luncheon
Heart and Crown Byward Market

1:00-6:00PM

http://heartandcrown.gives/

March 11 35th Annual St. Patrick's Parade
Ottawa City Hall, via Bank Street to Lansdowne.

March 11

2nd Annual Beau's St. Patrick's Party
Aberdeen Pavilion, Lansdowne

12PM - 11pm

Tickets link Beau's St. Patrick's Tickets

Tickets are selling fast!

www.stpatricksparty.ca

March 11

St Patrick's Day Dinner and Céilí
Blessed Sacrament 194 Fourth Avenue

5:30PM doors open

https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/cce-ottawa-2017-st-patricks-day-dinner-and-ceili-dance-tickets-29676061900

March 12

Live Irish Music and Breakfast
St Brigid's Centre for the Arts

10:00AM- 12:00PM

www.saintbrigidscentre.ca

March 12

Rose Selection
Official Residence of the Ambassador to Canada

3:00-6:00PM

www.roseoftrallee.ca

March 12

Carleton Goes Celtic

3:00-5:00PM

LIVE! on Elgin (220 Elgin Street)

613-520-5734

March 12

An Evening of Celtic Song
Ellen MacIsaac (voice) and Susan Toman (harp) form the group Hibernia

760 Somerset Street West Entry by donation.

7:30PM Start

www.Hiberniamusic.com

March 14

Author's Day

St. George's Church Hall

415 Piccadilly Avenue

March 14

Matt Cranitch and Jackie Daly Concert
Brigid's Well Pub – St. Brigid's Centre for the Arts

310 St. Patrick Street

Pub 4PM, music 7:30PM

www.saintbrigidscentre.ca

March 14 Irish Night at the Hockey Game
Ottawa Senators vs Tampa Bay Lightning 7:30 PM at the Canadian Tire Centre.

Tickets for the Ledge include the game, dinner, unlimited salad bar, private bar and washroom at Gallery level.

Tickets can still be purchased for the 300 and still have access to the Ledge

Buy your tickets here now: Irish Night Hockey Game 2017

March 15

Evening of Story & Song

St Brigid's Centre for the Arts

7:30 PM

With local Historian, Author, and Musician Phil Jenkins

Entry by donation.


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