Wake Forest, NC: Irish Festival Set for Sept. 21

2019 Irish Fest in the Forest banner. Source: Ancient Order of Hibernians - Wake County NC - Governor Thomas Burke Div 1
2019 Irish Fest in the Forest banner. Source: Ancient Order of Hibernians - Wake County NC - Governor Thomas Burke Div 1

Get ready for Irish Fest in the Forest — Wake Forest, North Carolina, that is. On Saturday, September 21, 2019, 3-10pm, join the fun at this annual cultural event in downtown.

The free festival includes:

  • Irish music
  • Irish dance
  • A Seisiun (session music) Tent
  • Celtic Canines
  • Vendors (Irish and Celtic products)
  • Food Vendors
  • Leprechaun Lane (children’s play area)

The festival is held along South Taylor Street, Wake Forest, NC.

The Wake County Ancient Order of Hibernians (AOH) and sponsors hold this event each year in September. Entry is free, and the festival is open to the public. You don’t have to be an “AOH” member to attend.

See details including food vendors expected via the official website irishfestintheforest.com.  Updates may be posted on Facebook here.

The Ancient Order of Hibernians is “the Oldest and Largest Irish Catholic Fraternal Organization in the United States.” Read their history at www.wakeaoh.com/history-of-the-aoh.

 

Source: Wake County AOH

GAL 2019
GAL 2019
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