Heritage Irish Dance is the area’s only competitive Irish dance group. They are members of Rince Tuatha Nua (RTN), an organization “dedicated to the preservation and promotion of all aspects of Irish Dance and Irish Culture as it relates to Irish Dance.” (Rtnirishdance.com) Our dancers attend competitions in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut and Massachusetts. RTN is affiliated with Cumann Rince Dea Mheasa (CRDM) in Ireland and our dancers can qualify for All Irelands and World competitions. Heritage Irish Dance was born out of a dream to promote traditional competitive Irish dance with a focus on community, friendship and family. We realize we all have different heritage’s but we can all unite through a common love of dance.
See more about them HERE.
This year’s Maker Faire will be held Saturday, April 17th, from 10 am-4 pm. Admission to this all-day event is free! There will be a large variety of Making activities, workshops, presentations, performances, crafters, and the Museum’s 50+ exhibits.
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