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Friday, 2021-03-26
Updates, Features, & Events
Hello AmeriCeltic Reader,
• Since January, the United Irish Cultural Center, has hosted outdoor dining under their 1800 sq.ft. 'Big Top', and now also offers limited indoor dining in their large facility in San Francisco, CA. (See Below)
• Over this past month, Autumn Rhodes organized a phenomenal international project, Playing for The Plough and Stars to support that cherished Celtic cultural institution, and now you can enjoy the dozens of resulting videos. (See Below)
Online Events & Outdoor Events with Social Distancing:
• On Friday, March 26th at 7:00 PM, Kathryn Rose entertains with Final Fridays, via Facebook LIVE from Portland, OR. (See Below)
• On Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, at 7:00 PM, The Black Donnellys, Dave Rooney and Dave Browne, will stream their high-energy show to you from the RiRa @ Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, NV as you stay safely sequestered in your homes. (See Below)
• On Saturday, March 27th, at 1:00 PM, Sin Silver, will perform piano bar show with the theme 'Sun'. Stay safe at home, and stream it online from from 'Murray's Pub' (her recreation/piano room) in Concord, CA. (See Below)
• On Saturday, March 27th at 2:00 PM PST John Whelan conducts the 19th in his series of Online Master Sessions, featuring Joey Abarta and Nathan Gourley! (See Below)
• On Saturday March 27th, at 7:00 PM, The Pagan Interest Circle Invites You To A Rite of Spring to celebrate it's ritual welcome on Zoom. (See Below)
• Sunday, March 28th at 11:00 AM, it's the Piper Sundays, Zoom meeting for an hour and one half with host Patrick D'Arcy and his guest Colleen Shanks, joining us from Inagh, Co. Clare, Ireland. (See Below)
• From Thursday, March 25th – Sunday March 28th, at 7:30 PM, its the 5th Annual San Francisco Irish Film Docfest online. (See Below)
• On Thursday, April 1st, 12:00 PM, Saint Andrew's Society of San Francisco presents Dr. Paul Malgrati with his humorous presentation of his latest research on Robert Burns in the Modern World, Online on Zoom. (See Below)
• On Thursday, April 1st, from 12:30 PM, Marla Fibish is beginning a news series of mandolin classes, all non-contact via Zoom. (See Below)
• On Thursday, April 1st, from 5:00 - 7:00 PM, Michael Eskin offers a free, Irish Whistle Master Class Workshop live on Zoom! (See Below)
• From Wednesday, April 7th, through Friday, April 9th, at 10:00 AM PDT each morning, Clifton House, Belfast is offering a reprise of why that storied venue was once Hotbed of Irish Radical Activity, and it is available to anyone, anywhere Online via Zoom. (See Below)
• From Friday evening, April 9th through Sunday evening, April 11th, the Spring Harmony 2021 will happen online on Zoom, sponsored by the San Francisco Folk Music Club. (See Below)
• Saturday, April 10th at 5:00 PM, the fabulous Shipwrecked Shanty Band are back online via Facebook Live and in person (keepin' their distance) from Sláinte Irish Pub in Jack London Square in Oakland, CA. (See Below)
• On Wednesday April 14th, at 7:00 PM, and every 2nd Wednesday of the month, The St. Andrew's Society of San Francisco hosts another Whisky Wednesdays event online via Zoom. (See Below)
• On Wednesday, April 14th, at 8:30 PM, Dan Vado hosts Peter Daldry in a LIVE streaming show online from his Art Boutiki Music Hall, in San Jose. Multi-camera video and professionally mixed stereo sound make this a show to put on your big screen. (See Below)
Indoor Events:
NOTICE! Due to public health officials orders for social distancing to limit the spread of the COVID-19 infections, all in person events and festivals, especially those involving singing, wind instruments, etc. have been postponed or cancelled, and many will continued to be cancelled at least through the Winter. If you have plans to attend ANY such event, large or small, we recommend that you call and confirm that they are NOT cancelled.
Please support our sustaining Sponsors with your Celtic business!
• Co-Founder Cecilia Fábos-Becker's e-book Ancestry & DNA: Beyond the basics, is available for download now! (See Below)
Sláinte Pub in Oakland offers a full menu of great food and drink with outdoor dining service from their location at Jack London Square in Oakland, CA, and and on Sunday from 4 PM to 7 PM, offers a brand new Irish trad band, Buncrana. (See Below)
Michael Eskin offers one-on-one Irish whistle and flute, Uilleann pipes, and Anglo concertina lessons live on Zoom! (See Below)
• Multi-genre violin teacher (especially Irish Traditional Music) and performer Darcy Noonan is available for gigs and lessons. (See Below)
• Sport your Celtic heritage! AmeriCeltic offers a colorful array of items, each emblazoned with the AmeriCeltic logo. (See Below)
The Celtic Tea Shoppe, in San Jose is your source for Celtic and Celtic inspired carry-out fresh baked foods, confections and rare teas! (See Below)
• While Lark In The Morning in Berkeley, CA and Exploring Music in the outer sunset neighborhood of San Francisco, CA are closed for walk-ins, both stores are open for online sales and lessons. (See Below)
• Publican Stan Gamble has just recently re-opened The Duke of Edinburgh Pub & Restaurant, offering outdoor service 7 days a week from 4pm to late. (See Below)
The Plough and Stars, a SF Legacy Business, and THE place for Live Traditional Music in the inner Richmond district of San Francisco. (See Below)
The Chieftain Irish Pub & Restaurant, local Irish Pub bringing the culture of Ireland to downtown at 5th and Howard in San Francisco. (See Below)
• The Celtic Society of Monterey Bay, has a 32 year record of producing Celtic Concerts in various venues in and around Santa Cruz and Monterey, CA. (See Below)
Catherine Barry's Irish Culture Bay Area , offers a succinct listing of Irish events around Bay Area. (See Below)

Scan our feature articles below, or as always, you can click here to check the full listings on our website.

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Maire Clerkin
The UICC Cultural Program presents 'Storytime: Once Upon a Time in Ireland' with Maire Clerkin for at least 3 more Saturdays for one hour, 10 AM - 11 AM. Saturday, March 27th at 10:00 AM, Maire Clerkin will tell the story of The King's Secret.

Register in advance for this Zoom meeting - we have limited capacity so register your child NOW - you will receive an email after registration with Zoom instructions:

Free registration required and available HERE

United Irish Cultural Center

Wawona Gates Outdoor Dining
Now offering limited Indoor Dining
Saturday, March 27 from 1-8 PM
Sunday, March 28 from 1-5 PM

2700 45th Avenue, San Francisco, CA

We are Open!
Food Menu Weekend:
1. Grilled Hamburger $8
2. Grilled Cheeseburger $9
3. Special: Shepherd's Pie $11
4. Grilled Hot Dog on Bun $7
5. Irish Sausage on Roll/Grilled Onions $8
6. Ron's Grilled Cheese $6
7. Chicken Wings with choice of sauce $7
8. Special: Corned Beef Slider $10
Soft Drinks:
Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Root Beer
Hot Chocolate | Lucozade
Bottled water, sparkling water
Wine: Chardonnay, Cabernet, Rose
S. Blanc, Prosecco or Champagne
Draft Guinness and 805
Bud, Bud Light
Coors, Coors Light
Sierra Nevada Hazy
Lagunitas IPA
Corona and Modelo
Magner's Cider
White Claw
Margaritas, Mai-Tai, Hot Toddy,
Irish Coffee, Bailey's Coffee
Club Orange, Club Lemon
Club Rock Shandy
Wear mask unless eating or drinking
Maximum six per table
Respect social distance rules

Despite the pandemic, the United Irish Cultural Center has successfully operated a large event facility near the Zoo in San Francisco, serving the Irish and other Cultural communities, in the Sunset District of San Francisco. Thanks to our hard working small staff and dozens of volunteers, the UICC Wawona Gates Outdoor Dining has operated a bustling outdoor dining space under a 1,800 square foot open-sided canopy since January 2021.

And now, thanks to the just announced reductions in related restrictions, the UICC is also offering limited indoor dining in their spacious Saint Patrick's Room!

This weekend, we will show NCAA basketball on our four outdoor TV's when open, and also offer a free meal to our UICC members. At $13/month, UICC membership costs less than a Netflix subscription, and is an whole lot more fun!. Sign up today at the UICC website.

UICC website
UICC Facebook Page
'Irish Shoppe' Facebook Event


Playing for The Plough and Stars

A Musical Benefit for a San Francisco Landmark Pub

The Plough and Stars Irish Pub, 116 Clement Street at 2nd Avenue, San Francisco, CA

Over the years The Plough and the Stars in San Francisco has hosted many well-known musicians from Ireland and around the globe, but the current pandemic and related public health restrictions have put a stop to all that for over a year now. The resulting business losses threaten to put The Plough out of business permanently, but there has been a sustained community crowdfunding effort that gives hope to resist and keep this iconic Celtic business going, if the community can sustain this support long enough.

To that end, Uber-Irish Culture Maven Autumn Rhodes organized this online series of short vignettes, and back on February 12th of this year, local Irish mandolinist Marla Fibish kicked the project off with this post on the Plough and Stars Facebook Page:

I'm proud to kick off our effort to save the Plough and Stars in San Francisco! For 45 years, The Plough and Stars has been the heart of live Irish and Americana music in the San Francisco area. COVID-19 and its subsequent aftermath are threatening the Plough's existence. Let's play tunes for the Plough so we can have a home for music for the next 45 years. Show your support here:

Join in the fun by recording yourself playing a tune or singing a song and tagging @ThePloughandStars and #playingfortheplough. Share the GoFundMe link and nominate friends to participate!

Marla Fibish

One year on, the Plough was still closed on Saint Patrick's Day, but proprietor Sean Heaney and his team got a boost with this detailed article by Dianne de Guzman in the San Francisco newsletter, 'SF Gate'

So now you, our reader, can help support this cherished Celtic cultural institution, while enjoying the dozens of resulting videos by clicking on the links to the right, and then on this one,, and making a contribution!


Kathryn Rose
Kathryn Rose

Kathryn Rose
Final Fridays Folk

Friday, March 26th 7:00 PM

Online via Facebook Live

Join Kathryn for a Final Fridays Folk! Click Here to go to her Facebook Profile, and then look for the little red LIVE button.

Kathryn Rose is a folk singer and recording artist from Oregon. She has been singing since she could talk and grew up listening to Irish and Scottish folk music.

Join Kathryn Rose & her support rogues as they bring you an evening of fine Celtic folk music & entertainment. Make it a party & invite your friends!! There are no strangers at Kathryn Roses' shows (possibly some strange people though). These shows are saved on the main page for later viewing as well. Kathryn Rose Live-Streams EVERY LAST FRIDAY Of The Month... Mark Your Calendars. Tips Are Very Much Appreciated. or Venmo -- @kathrynrosefolk

Buy my CD here!

More on Kathryn Rose Facebook Profile: Check the Facebook Event here:


Black Donnellys
The Black Donnellys

The Black Donnellys LIVE

Dave Rooney and Dave Browne
Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays, 7:00 PM

Facebook LIVE, from the RiRa @ Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, NV

Each Saturday, The Black Donnellys, (Dave Rooney and Dave Browne), stream their high-energy show to you from Las Vegas, NV as you stay safe at home.

Watch the Black Donnellys streaming show via Facebook LIVE by pointing your browser to the Black Donnellys Facebook Page, where you will find the little red LIVE button.

The Daves say:
Tune into our Residency Gig at Rira at the Las Vegas Mandalay Bay!! Join us and our audience for a live performance and a few Requests!!

Last year, the two Daves from Dublin had the crazy idea to attempt a new World Record: 60 shows. 50 states. 40 days. What could go wrong? Find out what happened along the road as their beloved Irish band, The Black Donnellys set out to break this ambitious world record when Vision Films and Frequency Pictures present An Irish Story: This Is My Home.

The film was released, on March 17th, Saint Patrick's Day, 2020 and is available on Amazon Prime, iTunes, and Vimeo. Here is a link to the WATCH IT NOW!

For more, check Dave Browne's Facebook Profile.


Sin Silver
Sin Silver

Sin Silver

Saturday, March 27th, 1:00 - 2:00 PM PDT

Online via YouTube and Facebook LIVE, from Concord, CA

Sin Silver is an Irish singer songwriter based in the Bay Area in California. To watch the show, go to Sin Silver's YouTube channel or Facebook Profile, and then look for the little red LIVE button.

Sin live-streams from 'Murray's Pub' (her recreation/piano room) every week and this week's theme is 'Sun'. Find Sin's Live Performance by checking Sin's YouTube channel or Sin's Facebook Profile, or go to and search for Sin Silver.

During the live stream, just drop your requests in the comments.

Virtual Tip Jar:
Venmo @Sin-Silver

With a unique style, her 'Irish piano' and angelic voice are delighting audiences. A featured artist at Northern California's Graton Casino Resort, she brings a unique flavor to her craft. Whether she is playing her expertly crafted originals, covers with her own twist or celtic music, Sin Silver is someone that deserves to be heard live.

Check out her website here: or email her at


Nuala Kennedy and Gerry O’Connor
Nuala Kennedy and Gerry O’Connor

John Whelan Master Sessions #20

Saturday, March 27th, 2:00 PM
Nuala Kennedy and Gerry O’Connor

Online via Zoom

Seven-time All-Ireland Button Accordion Champion John Whelan is one of the world's best living Irish button accordion players. John was raised in the vibrant London Irish music scene of the 1970s, and learned his craft from such legends as Lucy Farr, Roger Sherlock, Paddy Taylor, Mick O Connor and his teacher Brendan Mulkaire. Along with his All-Ireland Championships, he was twice awarded musician of the year from the Irish Music Association. He has over 15 CDs and has performed on Late Night with Conan O'Brien. John's music has been featured on such TV shows as 'Sex in the City,' 'History's Mysteries' and 'History Detective.' John performs with the John Whelan Band and has also teamed up with his old pal Brian Conway forming the group Gailfean, which also features Máirtin De Cógáin and Don Penzien have released their first new CD. For over a decade, John has performed 'Monday's with John' every Monday evening on his Facebook Profile.

Since last March, John has stepped up his online activities, and his latest project is Master Sessions with John Whelan.

John says:
My next Whelan Master Session is happening next Saturday, March 27th, 2:00 PM, with my friends Nuala Kennedy and Gerry O’Connor.

Gerry O'Connor comes from Dundalk, in County Louth, and is the product of four generations of fiddle players. His recordings have focused strongly on local music, and his work as a soloist and as a band member of Lá Lugh and Skylark is well known across the world. Over the past two decades he has recorded 14 albums and performed with all the leading performers in the Irish music world including members of the Chieftains, Boys of the Lough, Planxty, De Dannan and Bothy Band.

Gerry's solo album Journeyman has been hailed as one of the significant albums of Irish fiddle music. Gerry is also a violin-maker, music teacher and music producer and currently tours as fiddle player with the Canadian Irish legends The Irish Rovers. He is a four times winner of the Fiddler of Oriel and regularly adjudicates that competition.

World renowned traditional singer and flute player Nuala Kennedy grew up playing Irish music in Dundalk, County Louth. She is known for her creative reworking and reimagining of traditional songs, for her unique Irish flute style, and as a founding member of several notable groups including The Alt and Oirialla.

A musical adventurer who is recognized world-wide as a superlative performer of traditional music, Nuala has graced the cover of Irish Music Magazine, Sing Out! and regularly appears on the mainstage at festivals and venues around the world including Celtic Connections in the UK, the Milwaukee Irish festival in the USA, Celtic Colours in Canada, and Australia's National Folk Festival.

Nuala has released many albums, primarily on Nashville's Compass Records in the U.S.A. but also on Canada's Borealis Records and Norway's Ta:Lik Records. Her latest recording, 'Sun Dogs' is a live album made by a group she co-founded with Norwegian musicians Vegar Vårdal and Frode Haltli.

The Saturday master session is open to players and listeners of all levels, from anywhere in the world. It'll start at 2pm Pacific time, 5pm Eastern time, 10pm GMT, and run for two hours. The master sessions do have a requested $20 donation for attending and we need at least 30 attendees to ensure the musicians are adequately compensated, so please share this with anyone you know who might be interested. Just email John at for more details.

All attendees need to do is make their donation via or by Venmo to John-Whelan-37, and make sure to note that it is for Whelan Master Session #9. We'll send out the Zoom link and tune list for the master session on Friday, and any last-minute sign-ups will get the link and tune list about an hour before the session starts on Saturday.

Easily sharable information on all John's master sessions lives here.

P.S. John's Wednesday 'Taking Time' slow session is still continuing as well - Check it out here: It remains free and open to all, and we'll send out a tune list and Zoom link for tomorrow's 'Taking Time' Wednesday sessions. Email John at to get on the list or for more details.

Get more details on Johns website:


Ostara / Eostre with her familier, a Hare

PICT Full Moon Ritual

Saturday, March 27th at 7:00 PM

Online via Zoom

Pagan Interest Circle, PICT, circles on the Eve of the Full Moon rising at 11:48 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time, on March 28th, just a week after the Solar Holiday of Ostara, the Vernal Equinox on March 20th. The Equinox brings the balance of daylight hours and the hours of night, the dark with the light. Now the Northern Hemisphere, where we live on Planet Earth, is tilting more to the Sun, bringing increasing daylight hours and warmer days.

And so, we do a ritual to bring ourselves into balance and re-orient ourselves to the waxing light. The Wheel of the Year has turned to Spring!

For this Ritual, you will need:

  1. cleared floor space big enough to make a string circle about 2 feet in diameter with enough string to intersect the circle in the middle, for an approximate total of 10 - 11 feet of string or ribbon. I recommend you cut your string or ribbon days in advance to straighten out the 'kinks' in the material so it lays somewhat flat on the floor when it is time to create the circle. (I attached a binder clip to each end of my string, then hung it over the top of a door, hanging down on both sides of door, for a few days.)
  2. String or ribbon, 10 - 11 feet long
  3. Two (2) pieces of paper
  4. A winter-colored pen, pencil, crayon or marker
  5. A summer-colored pen, pencil, crayon or marker
  6. A blindfold or piece of cloth you can tie into a blindfold

For more information about this ritual and/or to get the ZOOM link to attend, contact Christine Patch-Lindsay, no later than 3:00 P.M. on the day of the ritual.


Colleen Shanks
Colleen Shanks

Piper Sundays

Sundays at 11:00 AM
Southern California Uilleann Pipers Club

Online via Zoom
Join the Zoom Event:

Event Website:

Host Patrick D'Arcy says:
'It's every Sunday from 11:00 AM (PDT) for about 90 minutes. I try to get high profile Uilleann piper guests from Ireland and elsewhere. It's not so much a concert as it is a talk show with the guest playing a handful of tunes throughout. Drop by this Sunday to check it out. Our guest will be Colleen Shanks, joining us from Inagh, Co. Clare, Ireland.
  • April 11th, Patrick Hutchinson — Details
  • April 18th, Will Woodson — Details
  • April 25th, Donnchadh Gough — Details
  • May 2nd, Chris McMullan — Details
  • May 9th, Tom Klein — Details
  • June 13th, Eoin O Riabhaigh — Details

From 1:30 PM on this will become our monthly So Cal Pipers Club social call

Southern California Uilleann Pipers Club Facebook Events:



SF Irish Film Brings the Annual DocFest

Thursday, March 25 Sunday, March 28th, 2021

Online via Vimeo

San Francisco Irish Film announced the line-up for the 5th Annual DocFest, scheduled to be screened from March 25-28th 2021 and showcasing a diverse program from award-winning Irish filmmakers.  The specially curated program is going virtual this year for the first time. Ticket holders can stream five award-winning films online over the course of the four-day festival through a partnership with the Irish Film Institute and Culture Ireland.

This year's film selection centers on the theme of 'Resilience' as each of the stories explores the ability of human beings to overcome adversity and break down barriers €' and something the Irish are known for!

The festival kicks off on Thursday, March 25th at 7:30 PM with When Women Won from award-winning director Anna Rogers. The film tells the emotional inside story of the Together for Yes campaign to repeal the 8th amendment.  In the aftermath of the tragic death of Savita Halappanavar, three Irish feminists, Grainne Griffin, Orla O'Connor, and Ailbhe Smyth, joined forces and set about establishing a grassroots women-led social movement leading to a landslide victory, changing Irish society forever.

In addition, a special interview with Anna Rodgers and festival Executive Director, Kate Gunning, will be available online as they discuss the making of the film which was released in May 2020.

The program also includes the following documentaries:
The Hunger: The Story of the Irish Famine from award-winning filmmaker Ruan Magan tells the definitive story of the Irish famine, one of the worst humanitarian disasters in Ireland and one of the most important events in European history. The film is narrated by Liam Neeson.

Feargal Ward's film, The Lonely Battle of Thomas Reid tells the story of an eccentric north Kildare cattle farmer who campaigns for his rights against the planning decisions of the Industrial Development Authority (IDA) in a beautifully nuanced documentary.

Let Your Colours Run Free tells the story of TransGreystones, a group created to support the trans community in Wicklow and delineates their emotional journey to create their first art exhibition.

Renowned Irish documentarian, Alan Gilsenan explores The Great Book of Ireland, a lavish vellum manuscript dubbed a 'modern-day Book of Kells'. This extraordinary tome contains the original work of 9 composers, 121 artists, and 144 poets including Eavan Boland, Samuel Beckett, Seamus Heaney, and Michael D. Higgins, current President of Ireland.

Presale of tickets are now available from the website or directly from the IFI International page:

The opening night film will be available from 7:30 PM on March 25th, and all other films are available from 8:30 PM up until midnight on March 28th. Once added to their library, users have 72 hours to view the film.

Ticket prices: $12 each and $45 for a festival pass/bundle for all access.

About IFI
The IFI International streaming service is a new initiative from the Irish Film Institute (IFI), supported by Culture Ireland. As Ireland's national cultural institution for film, the IFI provides audiences with access to the finest independent cinema, preserves and promotes Ireland's moving image heritage through the IFI Irish Film Archive and provides opportunities for audiences of all ages to learn and critically engage with film. This new service is a welcome addition to the IFI's long-running IFI International initiative, a program which works closely with cultural festivals to bring the best of new and classic Irish cinema to venues around the world.

About SF Irish Film:
San Francisco Irish Film, founded in 2003, presents the very best in contemporary Irish cinema, celebrating everything from features to documentaries and short films. SFIF Docfest, which began in 2017, is a celebration of award-winning Irish documentary film and is a highlight of the year, taking place during March.  It is a unique opportunity to share Irish-made documentary films and celebrates the Irish storyteller.

Our audience spans both the Irish and wider Bay Area communities. Our reach creates a wider appreciation of the Irish film form, our talent in the industry, and showcases award-winning films highlighting Ireland's role in the world, socially, politically, and culturally. As a voluntary organization, we rely on grants and sponsorship to provide these annual programs and regularly partner with other Bay Area organizations to promote and screen Irish film.

For more information on films and to purchase tickets see , or the Festival Facebook page - .
More information:


Paul Malgrati
Paul Malgrati Burns in the Modern World

Paul Malgrati - Burns in the Modern World

Thursday April 1st, 12:00 PM

Online via Zoom

The Saint Andrew's Society of San Francisco is delighted to present Dr. Paul Malgrati and his latest research on Robert Burns.

Dr Malgrati is a Research Assistant at the Centre for Robert Burns Studies (University of Glasgow, Scotland), working on past and present aspects of the Burns Supper phenomenon. In 2020, his Ph.D. thesis, focused on Burns's political legacy, and it won the prestigious Ross Roy Medal for that year's best thesis in Scottish literature.

In his humorous and jovial presentation, Dr Malgrati will be discussing how Robert Burns has been remembered from the time of his death to the present day, in addition to a brief exploration of the international history (and legacy) of Burns statues and artefacts all over the world. Many of them reside in the United States! We will also be reviewing Dr Malgrati's Interactive World Map of Burns Supper ... Do you remember where you were for Burns Supper this year?! Bringing more than 140 countries together, this map is the most detailed depiction of contemporary Burns Suppers anywhere in the world.

Outside of scholarship, Paul writes and publishes poetry in the Scots language, a collection of which was selected in 2021 for Scotland's Edwin Morgan Poetry Award.

This event is free, but you must pre-register to receive the Zoom link. Just Click Here and fill in the form. Questions, call 415-225-9307, or check the website at

Founded in 1863, The Saint Andrew’s Society of San Francisco, headquartered at, 1088 Green St, San Francisco, is the oldest Scottish organization in the Bay Area region. SASSF joins men and women of Scottish birth and those of the same heritage in a bond of culture and benevolent purpose.


Marla Fibish Mandolin
Marla Fibish Mandolin Classes

Irish Mandolin Classes from Marla Fibish

Spring Classes begin in April

Online via Zoom - $130 per class series

Class Details
Class CASABA - Wednesdays 10:00 - 11:15AM Pacific Time
Class Dates: April 14 & 28, May 12 & 26, June 9
Class AMETHYST - Saturdays 2:30-3:45 Pacific Time
Class Dates: April 3 & 17, May 1, 15 & 29
Class TOPAZ - Thursdays 4:15 - 5:45 Pacific Time Class Dates: April 8 & 22, May 6 & 20,  June 3
Class PERIDOT will meet Mondays 5:00-6:15PM Pacific Time
Class Dates: April 5, 19 & May 3, 17 & 31
Class LAPIS will meet Thursdays 12:30-1:45PM Pacific Time 
Class Dates: April 1, 15 & 29, May 13 & 27
Class LARKSPUR will meet Wednesdays 4:00-5:15PM Pacific Time
Class Dates: April 7 & 21, May 5 & 19,  June 2

Marla Fibish,, 510-205-1617,,

Learn how to put the pulse of Irish dance music into your playing!

San Francisco native, Marla Fibish is one of the prominent mandolinists in Irish music.  She brings a deep and distinctive sensibility to the tradition on one of its lesser-heard instruments. She is a dynamic performer and a sought after teacher. Since March, Marla has offered non-contact mandolin classes.

Marla Fibish has performed and taught nationally and in Ireland, and was a featured performer at the 2018 Masters of Tradition festival in Bantry, Co. Cork. Her playing is featured on her 2020 album, The Bright Hollow Fog, the 2017 Noctambule release A Sweetish Tune, and The Morning Star, a duo CD with legendary Irish singer and bouzouki player Jimmy Crowley, as well as on the eponymous Three Mile Stone recording.

An experienced and sought-after teacher, Marla teaches private students and classes, online at Peghead Nation, and has been on the faculty of many music camps including The Swannanoa Gathering, The Mandolin Symposium, O'Flaherty Irish Music Retreat, Portal Irish Music Week, Lark Camp and others. Her instructional DVD has been a popular self-learning tool, focused on acquiring the foundational technique for playing Irish music on the mandolin. A multi-instrumentalist, Marla is known for her musical settings of works from a variety of poets, as well as original tunes written in traditional forms. This work is featured in the duo Noctambule, her longtime collaboration with guitarist and husband Bruce Victor. Their earlier releases include Travel in the Shadows in 2013 and The Waking in 2015.

'Some of the best mandolin playing in Irish music.' - Dennis Cahill, Guitarist

'Marla is a wonder on the mandolin; rhythmic beyond imagination, clear as a bell tone, great invention, lovely ornaments at just the right times and places, and a sureness and ease that allows the listener to relax and be carried away.' - Kevin Carr, Folkworks

'Though I have taught 1:1 over the web for years, it is only since the pandemic that I've held online classes. To my surprise I've learned that, though it's different and has it drawbacks, it also has a few distinct advantages -- participants really enjoy having the privacy to work on phrases or techniques during class without anyone hearing them, and you never have trouble hearing yourself because the person next to you is too loud! You also get plenty of practice time while others are playing for me, and the chance to hear your classmates individually has proved helpful and enlightening in surprising ways. And you can get a close up view of my hands in a way that would hardly be socially acceptable even if we weren't in a pandemic!' - Marla Fibish

Michael Eskin
Michael Eskin

Irish Whistle Master Class with Michael Eskin

Thursday, April 1st, from 5:00 - 7:00 PM PST

Live via Zoom

Free workshop best suited for intermediate level tin whistle players with some experience on the instrument.

The next workshop will be a open one. It would be ideal if you already can play some tunes on the instrument and have at least some basic understanding of ornamentation on the whistle. This is not a new beginner's class, but certainly newer players may benefit from the workshop.

Here’s the Zoom meeting link:
or if you prefer:
Meeting ID: 6193681854
Password: session

Bookmark my Website here:

Check the Facebook Event:

This workshop is free, but if you find the event useful, I would very much appreciate it if you would consider donating a few dollars to my PayPal tip jar:
Venmo: @MichaelEskin

Michael Eskin
Michael's Facebook Profile


Clifton House
Clifton House, Belfast

Easter Irish History Talks live from Belfast
Online via Zoom

Wednesday, April 7th, through Friday, April 9th 10:00 AM PDT

Clifton House, Belfast Hotbed of Radical Activity

This Easter, Clifton House, the home of the Belfast Charitable Society and the original Poor House in Belfast, is running a special series of online talks at a time that would suit our American neighbors across the pond. 

Plots and Plotters, the history of the 1798 Rebellion will take place at 6pm, UK time (10am in California / 11am in Texas / 12noon in Chicago & New Orleans / 1pm in Ohio / 1pm in New York) on the 7th, 8th and 9th April 2021 live from Belfast, Northern Ireland, via Zoom. 

The one hour talk will explore the history of the reformers and rebels who made the Belfast Charitable Society a 'hotbed of radical activity' in the 1790s. Hear about the Joys, McCrackens, McCabe & Cunningham who were on opposing sides of the 1798 United Irishmen Rebellion & how the Charitable Society, and its members, emerged from it, including Dr James Campbell White who went into exile in the United States.

Tickets are around $7 per device (not per person). To find out more, or to book, please visit

If you would like any further information, please don't hesitate to contact me:
Caroline McCoubrey
Freelance Marketing Consultant on behalf of Clifton House, Belfast

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Important! Watch this video first!
To be able to find the events, you will need to use the latest version of Zoom and know how to move from the 'lobby' to a 'breakout' room to and back. Bruce Reid has prepared this training video to show you how:

How to attend Camp Harmony on Zoom and navigate Breakout Rooms.

Spring Harmony 2021

Friday evening, April 9th through Sunday evening, April 11th
Pacific Daylight Time

Online via Zoom
Sponsored by the San Francisco Folk Music Club

Join with friends new and old to celebrate our global music community with participatory workshops, concerts, and open sessions for singing, playing, and dancing to traditional music. Spring Harmony 2021 is a benefit in support of Camp Harmony, our annual New Year's gathering, and other San Francisco Folk Music Club programs.

Spring Harmony 2021 is open to musical friends everywhere. Donation $0 - $100 or more! (suggested donation $10 per day) No one will be turned away for lack of funds.

  • You must register to gain entry to the event.
  • Registration will open on March 1st and close on April 6th.
  • Workshop proposals will be accepted through March 15th. (See registration form for details.)

Register at:

If you would like to volunteer for this event, prior or during, in any capacity, please contact us

Please share this with folks near and far who may not yet be members of the SFFMC, as attendance will be open to all.

As with in-person camp and our online New Year's Camp, there will be Workshops, Jam Spaces, Dances, Games, Jokes, Stories, Friends, late-night singing

Leading workshops and other events is reserved for Folk Club members so be sure to confirm that you are a paid member and invite friends who would enjoy going to this online event, maybe to become members and lead something! Please visit the main website to become a member through the 'join us' tab.

And if you'd like to lead a workshop, dance, other activity, or perform in a concert this year, let us know within the registration form questions at the end of the form. Likewise, are you a wiz at Zoom? Let us know and help us fill a chore slot!

Check regularly for updates on zoom tutorials, what to plan for, and on workshop session spaces as they fill up early. For Questions, you can contact the registrars at


The Shipwrecked Shanty Band

Sláinte's Sea Shanty Saturday

Saturday, April 10th at 5:00 PM

Online via Facebook LIVE, from Sláinte Pub, 131 Broadway, Oakland, CA

Born out of Covid, kicked out of venues, a rag-tag group of Sea Shanty lovers became shipwrecked...but the band played on! The The Shipwrecked Shanty Band, appears LIVE and LIVE STREAMIN' on Facebook for you land-locked, from Sláinte in Oakland! For the live stream, just navigate to the Shipwrecked Sea Shanty Crew Facebook group, click 'Join', and then look for the little red LIVE button.

The Shipwrecked Shanty Band:
• Jim Nelson - Banjo
• Micha Dunston - Whistle, Bodhran
• John Palme - Guitar
• Steven Strauss - Stand up bass

Micha says:
Come and SHANTY with us OUTSIDE, AGAIN at Sláinte's! Sláinte's is OPEN for drinks and take out food, so Bring yer' mask and Keep yer' distance!

Sláinte! host Jackie says:
Welcome back to Sláinte Oakland! We’re here Tuesday through Sunday, 12-8pm with over 75 whiskeys, the perfect pints and a delicious new menu. Come on by. Cead Mile Failte!!!

We love you all so very much xxx.

The menu at Sláinte features Irish cuisine from Irish-born Executive Chef, Jackie Gallanagh, with dishes that include both imported & local ingredients and a bar menu of classic cocktails, a well-stocked selection of whisky, premium spirits, and local & imported beers.

More Details on the Sláinte Facebook Page.

Check the Sláinte's & Shipwrecked Sea Shanty Crew Facebook group
for updates. Contact them at (510) 823-2644 @slainteoakland or check the website


Whisky Wednesdays

Whisky Wednesdays - Charitable Benefit

Presented by The St. Andrew's Society of San Francisco
April 14th, 7:00 PM, and every 2nd Wednesday

Online via Zoom - By Alex J. Sinclair

Scot Toast

The Saint Andrew's Society of San Francisco is excited to announce another virtual whisky tasting event in our Whisky Wednesdays series.

Each Whisky Wednesdays virtual event explores the regionality of Scottish Whisky, bringing together five tasting samples in one box sent directly to your door.

Flight for April: Glen Moray A Tale of Barrels and Casks
Port Cask
Cabernet Cask
Chardonnay Cask
Sherry Cask
12 Year Aged Heritage

Tickets for April's Whisky tasting will be available till April 7th at the latest so we can make sure we have the best chance for it arriving at your address in time. After then observer tickets will still be available.

Whisky Wednesdays tickets include free shipping for the whisky within the continental United States. If you are purchasing from outside of California, please order well in advance. There is also a reduced ticket for anyone who only wants to observe. All participants must be aged 21+.

The profits of this event will help fund our benevolent activities. Thank you for supporting this event and let me know if you have any questions!

Whisky Wednesdays tickets are priced at $50 for SASSF members and $75 for non-members. Each ticket holder will receive five curated Scotch whiskies (50ml per tasting, 250ml per ticket) highlighting Scotland's regions during our monthly tasting event from the comfort of your home.

For more information and tickets, go to

Alex J. Sinclair
2nd Vice President
Saint Andrews Society of San Francisco


Peter Daldry and Russ Bennett
Peter Daldry

Peter Daldry — Scottish Balladeer

Wednesday, April 14th, at 8:30 PM

Streaming Live online via 'Passage' from Art Boutiki Music Hall, 44 Race St, San Jose

Scottish Balladeer Peter Daldry came from Clydebank, Scotland to Northern California has been playing and singing his original and traditional songs all around the West Coast for more than a decade, delivering powerful and passionate vocals, in a Celtic folk contemporary style. Blessed with a strong, smooth tenor voice, Peter sings the only way he knows how, with power, passion and depth of feeling.

'Peter Daldry is a corker with a strong stage presence and a grand way of singing and presenting a song." Ink Notes April 18, 2009 --- By Jean Bartlett, Managing Editor of Jean's Magazines' — Jean Bartlett, Jean's Magazines

'Peter Daldry has a truly remarkable instrument, the voice of a true balladeer. His singing can tell you a thousand stories with just a phrase.' — Baxter Labatos, Sounds New! 2

Click Here for Click Here for Peter Daldry videos. For more on Peter, check

Tickets are free, but registration in advance is required at Tickets All Ages.

For more on Art Boutiki, check, call 408-971-8929 or email Dan Vado

Click Here for full details on Facebook!


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Break Through your Ancestry Brick Walls!
A printable e-book
by Cecilia Fábos-Becker
Ancestry & DNA
Family History Research: Beyond the Basics

There are many good basic manuals, both in print and online, that can help you get started researching your ancestors and finding lost cousins, but in over fifty years of research into our own Scots-Irish, Irish, Scottish and Welsh ancestry, I've learned what works well and what doesn't, as well as many useful sources and links.

Now, I have written a book, Ancestry & DNA - Beyond the Basics , to help you, and all Americans find their origins. My book will be especially useful to especially Celtic Americans doing family history research, and it is available for immediate download!

Celia 2016
Author Celia Fábos-Becker
My Book includes:
• Introduction to Family History Documents
• What are REAL Primary Sources?
• America's Dark Age (1783 to 1850)
• Finding Family Records with online services
• Introduction to Family History DNA
• Using DNA Tests to help Find Family History
• How autosomal, MtDNA, or Y-DNA tests can help
• DNA Testing Company Reviews
• Loads of Examples
Download Ancestry & DNA - Beyond the Basics here:

Buncrana at Sláinte
Susan Spurlock, Tedd Colt, Darcy Noonan, Hector Bragado,
Michael Stack, Patricia Ross, Tim Hill, and Autumn Rhodes.

"Buncrana" @ Sláinte Pub, Oakland

Sláinte is open outside Tuesday through Sunday, 12-8 PM

Sláinte Pub, 131 Broadway, Oakland, CA

Sundays, 4 PM to 7 PM

Since opening in April 2017, Sláinte has also featured some of the finest local and regional singers and musicians, in live, acoustic performance and quickly become the hot new place for Irish music in the East Bay.

Host Jackie says:
Welcome back to Sláinte Oakland! We’re here Tuesday through Sunday, 12-8pm with over 75 whiskeys, the perfect pints and a delicious new menu. Come on by. Cead Mile Failte!!!

We are overwhelmed by the support you all gave us on St Patrick's Day! After only being open for a few days before, it was super crazy and we apologize for the long wait times and thank you for your patience and advice. Hopefully we entertained you all while you were waiting. Here's a photo of just one of the wonderful things you might have missed due to the insane crowd - our brand new Irish house band Buncrana! - and they will be back this Sunday, 4 PM to 7 PM!

Thanks again-and if you missed out on St Patrick's Day, we’re back in the kitchen today for delicious Irish food, rain or shine because of our new table coverings!

The menu at Sláinte features Irish cuisine from Irish-born Executive Chef, Jackie Gallanagh, with dishes that include both imported & local ingredients and a bar menu of classic cocktails, a well-stocked selection of whisky, premium spirits, and local & imported beers.

More Details on the Sláinte Facebook Page.

Contact them at (510) 823-2644 @slainteoakland or check the website


Michael Eskin
Michael Eskin

Tin Whistle, Irish Flute, Uilleann Pipes
and Anglo Concertina Lessons with Michael Eskin

Live via Zoom

I am now offering beginner and intermediate level on-line lessons using Zoom for Tin Whistle, Irish Flute, Uilleann pipes, and Anglo Concertina.

I don't have a fixed teaching curriculum. My focus is entirely on learning your goals, understanding your challenges, identifying areas to work on, and then giving you the feedback and specific tools you can use to take your playing to the next level.

I started out playing classical flute when I was 6 years old. I've now been playing Uilleann pipes, flute, and whistle in sessions for over 20 years and Anglo Concertina for 15 years. My concertina playing is based on the style and technique I learned from Noel Hill at his workshops.

Before COVID-19, I was the co-host of the weekly session for over 20 years at The Ould Sod Pub in San Diego, CA as well in the paid hosting rotation for the session at The Auld Dubliner in Long Beach, CA. Since COVID-19 restrictions went into place, I've been hosting a weekly session on Tuesday nights on Zoom that has turned into a lovely and consistently popular event.

My rate is $45.00 for a 45-minute lesson.

If you have any questions, please email me at: or call me at 619-368-1854.

Cheers and thanks,
Michael Eskin Michael on Facebook.


Darcy Noonan
Darcy Noonan

Darcy Noonan

Available for Performances or Lessons

Darcy Noonan is an accomplished violinist based in the Bay Area. Following her heart, she has studied and performed a variety of musical genres including classical, ragtime, mariachi, Greek, and (closest to her heart) Irish traditional music. In fact practically the second after graduating from High School she was off to Ireland to study with her idols for a few years.

Darcy has played with numberous bands and orchestras, including Jammy Dodgers, Violins of Hope, Noonan, Howard, and Straw, The Get Happy String Band, Disciples of Markos, Tipsy House and Mariachi Femenil Orgullo Mexicano.

Darcy is now back in the Bay Area, and Darcy is accepting students as an expert fiddler and Suzuki certified teacher with years of experience performing and teaching.

If you are interested in booking Darcy for a gig or for violin lessons, send her an email at or visit her website at


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The Celtic Tea Shoppe

Home of Artisan Candies

4432 Pearl Avenue, San Jose CA | 408-267-7090

The Celtic Tea Shoppe offers a great selection of Celtic and Celtic inspired foods, including:
• Meat Pies
• Sausage Rolls
• Liquor Cakes
• Irish Soda Bread
• Salted Caramels
• Gift Boxes
• Premium Loose-leaf Teas

Everything is handmade at our shoppe in San José, CA and curbside pickup service and shipping are available.

To check The Celtic Tea Shoppe Facebook Page, Click Here!

Call us directly at 408-267-7090 or check our website for all our other baked goods and confections. To order, contact Kristen Scott with a call to 408-267-7090, or an email to sales@artisancandies


Lark In The Morning SF Store
New Store in San Francisco

Lark In The Morning Stores in Berkeley and San Francisco

Tuesday - Saturday, noon - 6 PM
Sundays, noon - 5:00 PM

Lark In The Morning, 830 Gilman Street, Berkeley, CA
and Exploring Music, 814 Clement Street, Inner Richmond of San Francisco

Eric says:
"Our Berkeley location, 830 Gilman St, Berkeley, CA, is open for online lessons and instrument sales and Exploring Music, 814 Clement Street in San Francisco, CA, is open and actively seeking new online students. Lark Berkeley is offering free lessons with the purchase of a ukulele or guitar!"

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Lark in the Morning has been a folk musician's favorite since 1974 and has musical instruments and instructional material from all over the world.

Shop online at, call us at 707-964-5569, or check out our Facebook Page


Duke of Edinburgh Pub & Restaurant
Across from Apple Park

Breaking News at The Duke

The Duke of Edinburgh Pub & Restaurant

10801 N. Wolfe Road, Cupertino, CA, 4:00 PM - 10:00 PM every day of the year


Publican Stan Gamble and his partners have an update! Many of you have heard the rumors about the The Duke of Edinburgh Pub & Restaurant.

When this pandemic is over, 'The Duke'! will be moving to new quarters just across the parking lot from our current location!
For details, Watch the official Video!

The Duke is, and will remain, THE only Authentic, (and we do mean AUTHENTIC!), British Pub in the Bay Area, located across the street from Apple Headquarters on Wolfe Road in Cupertino.

The atmosphere at the 'The Duke', is the same as you would find in any pub in the British Isles, full of friendly patrons who come in to socialize, play darts, have a pint or two, and eat a meal. If you are looking for a comfortable elegance, pints of beer and authentic food, in an authentic English Pub, there is no a better choice in the Bay Area. The Duke offers a large number of beers on draft and by the bottle. Almost anything English, Scottish or Irish is available. Murphy's Irish Stout brewed in Cork, Ireland and Scotch Eggs is always a good choice.

The servers are excellent and very knowledgeable about the beer and food menu. The menu is expansive and worth exploring. The dark pubsy feel with old regulars in their respective, but not crowded corners around lunch hour in Cupertino, is a great boon.

You can't find more 'authentic' atmosphere, because the entire building was built in jolly old England, then disassembled, shipped and reassembled on site in Cupertino. With the red velvet seating and wall paper and ornate, dim lighting, you are transported to London as soon as you enter the etched glass door.

More info. on The Duke Facebook Page, website or call 408-446-3853.



Plough and Stars Fundraiser

Please DONATE!

The Plough and Stars Irish Pub, 116 Clement Street at 2nd Avenue, San Francisco

The Plough, like many bars and restaurants in the San Francisco Bay Area, is struggling to survive. It is extremely difficult to support our family and employees with no ability to earn an income.

We have long prided ourselves on being ago to place for Irish traditional experiences. Over the years we have been privileged to host many well-known musicians from Ireland and around the globe. The Plough hosts weekly traditional Irish seisuns and dance. At our Irish Seisuns customers listen as musicians share tunes or even learn to play themselves. The Plough is also a vital venue for bluegrass jams and gigs, as well as a place where local musicians can be heard. We want to make sure that the Plough can continue in those efforts. We have been so touched by the support of friends, musicians, dancers, and patrons. They are what make the Plough the institution that it is and we can't thank them enough for their support at this difficult time. Please consider a donation to help us continue at Thank You!
- Sean Heaney

The Plough and Stars Irish Pub, is known around the world for hosting incredible Irish music and pulling beautiful pints of Guinness since 1975. Since then, it has evolved to host live music every night of the week, except Monday, including all genres of music; Bluegrass, Country, Rock, Zydeco, acoustic Americana, and of course, Irish Traditional.

The first Saturday is always Americana Jukebox and every third Friday is Bluegrass Bonanza! We welcome you to stop in for a drink and try our famous, award winning pints of Guinness, or indulge in any of our other specials. We host Happy Hour all day every Monday with free pool, and the first Monday of the month has a Pub Quiz at 8:30 PM. Check out our website for a full calendar of events!

For a video of a Plough session from 2014, Click Here.

For more about the Plough, check, call 415-751-1122, or email Sean Heaney at



The Chieftain Irish Pub & Restaurant

198 5th St, San Francisco


The Chieftain Irish Pub & Restaurant, is a bustling SoMa spot with Irish pub grub & beers on tap plus sports on the satellite TV.

This local Irish Pub brings the culture of Ireland to San Francisco, offering a full bar, Happy Hour specials, and a full Irish restaurant menu, including favorites like fish and chips which goes with any style of sport, music or fun.

'I am in the city every 2-3 months and The Chieftain is an absolutely integral part of every trip. Mark runs an amazing, authentic Irish pub. Major plus, the only place I know of in northern California to get Kilkenny!!'

'Walked in, Saturday night about 7pm and there was a table right inside the door. We had a shepherds pie and an Irish stew. The shepherds pie was actually made with lamb! The live music was great entertainment too!'

For a video of some the Chieftain's food menu, Click Here.

The Chieftain hosts live music on Fridays and Saturdays. Click Here for the current schedule! The live Irish traditional music and song session every Sunday evening is always great Craic! Here is a sample Irish Session from 2009: Live Irish Session at the Chieftain.

For the latest happenings, check the Chieftain facebook Page, or call 415-625-0436, or email Mark Nagle at or check



Celtic Society of the Monterey Bay

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Click here for full details of All Celtic Society of Monterey Bay Concerts on the CSoMB website! (Click on 'Video' button for videos.)



Irish Culture Bay Area

Catherine Barry maintains a separate Irish Culture Bay Area website, with a calendar focused on Bay Area Irish events, supported by the Consulate of Ireland in San Francisco.


Click here for details of these events and more on the Irish Culture Bay Area website!


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