Community Listings

The events listed on this page are not sponsored by the Celtic Society and are provided as a community service. If you have any questions regarding any of these events, please direct them to the contact information in the event listing. You can find a comprehensive listing of many local Celtic events at the Americeltic and Irish Culture Bay Area Events Calendars.

Santa Cruz Traditional Irish Seisiun
Thu Sep 21st 2017, 7:30 PM 
Rosie McCann's, Santa Cruz  
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Join the Santa Cruz Traditional Irish Seisiun every Third Thursday for lively Irish tunes and songs in the spirit of the tradition. Hosted by Julie Horner, David Chadwick, and Mark McCornack. All ages welcome, bring the family for dinner and stay for the taste o' the pure drop.
Johnny B Connolly & Eamon
Fri Sep 22nd 2017, 6:30 PM 
Eileen Cuevas, Gilroy  
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Live in Gilroy! Solas members Eamon McElholm and Johnny B. Connolly set out as a duo this fall as that renowned Irish-American group takes a hiatus.

Enjoy a sultry Indian summer evening on the patio beginning with a potluck at 6:30; show begins at 7:30.

$20 requested donation for the artists.

Reservations: 408-847-4746 | etcteach (at)
Fabulous Folk! - Erica & Friends / Lee Corbie-Wells
Fri Sep 29th 2017, 7:30 PM 
SLG Art Boutiki, San Jose  
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ATTN South Bay! Art Boutiki and bring you 'Fabulous Folk', featuring two GREAT Celtic Acts for only $10! Berkeley-based Erica and Friends is the Bay Area's HOTTEST new folk and traditional band. SF native Lee Corbie-Wells has startled the Bay Area folk scene with her striking vocal and multi-instrument talents. For an upbeat mix of jigs, reels & pub songs, along with jazz, standards, & sweet ballads in English and Gaelic get tickets & full details here
Third Annual Big Trees Scottish Games
Sat Oct 7th 2017, 10:00 AM 
Roaring Camp Meadow, Felton  
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Come celebrate all things Celtic! Scottish heavy athletics including the popular caber toss! Discover your Celtic roots among the Scottish and Irish clans. Eat traditional meat pies and drink the best local ales and wine while being entertained by traditional highland dance, Irish step dancing, bagpipe bands and Celtic rock and folk music. Tempest, The Fire, and more! Children twelve and under are FREE! Tix:

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