2-4 p.m. Sunday Nov. 24, 2013
Barry's Old School Irish Pub, 2 W. Main St. Webster, NY
More than two dozen members and friends of the Rochester IACI chapter came out on a chilly early winter afternoon for hot tea and the warmth of friendship.
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Dublin Lockout Centennial
Oct, 24, 2013
St. John Fisher College
In August, 1913 the worst labor strife in Irish history began, an event that lasted more than five months (to January 1914) affecting more than 20,000 workers. This series of events has gone down in history as the Dublin Lockout. The Rochester chapter of the IACI marked the 100th anniversary of this occasion with a special event at St. John Fisher College on Oct. 24, 2013.
Historical talk: Dr. John O'Sullivan
Music by Barry's Crossing
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"Early Irish" Dinner
Sept. 25, 2013
The IACI in conjunction with St. John Fisher College's Irish Studies program is planning to complete an oral history project involving some of the Rochester area's earlier Irish immigrants from the post World War II era. Members of the IACI board with some of these "Greatest Generation" Irish residents met in September to discuss the project.
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Rochester Irish Festival
Sept. 6-8, 2013
The IACI is one of several area organizations that are proud to represent the local Irish community at its biggest annual gathering
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An Irish Gathering
May 19, 1013
Music, literature and especially history were the focus of a full day of activities at St. John Fisher College on Sunday May 19, 2013 recalling the Irish famine years known as The Great Hunger.
The event co-sponsored by the IACI and the St. John Fisher College Irish Studies Program was called “A Rochester Gathering,” to help connect it to the Irish Gathering 2013 taking place as a series of events around Ireland.
Featured speakers at the Rochester Irish Gathering in May on the theme of the Great Hunger included, from left, Irish Consul General Noel Kilkenney, singer Mary McPartlan and historian Christine Kinealy