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40 Shades of Green Event

4 - 6 PM on March 3, 2018

For such a small island, Ireland has made a humungous contribution to the arts.  For example, Dublin is the birthplace of more Nobel Prize Winners in Literature than any other city.  (In case you’re counting, that’s William Butler Yeats, George Bernard Shaw, and Samuel Beckett.) 

The Barryville Area Arts Association is celebrating all things Irish at their "40 Shades of Green" Event on March 3.  The world’s oldest vernacular poetry (poetry not written in Latin) is in Irish, and the traditions of Irish folk music and dance are widely known.  This Event will include a historical exhibit that traces the history of Irish art from its origins—stone carvings circa 3,200 BC, called "petroglyphs".

Plus, the Event includes a group art show, live Irish music, and complimentary refreshments.  Local artists showing off their shades of green include Rose Chateau, Mef Gannon, Peter Kolesar, Audrey Lanham, Claudine Luchsinger, Stephanie McClure, Susan Miiller, Dixie Rich, Laurie Salvati, Alexis Siroc, Joan Standora, and Elva Zingaro.

Feel free to join us in your street clothes, traditional Irish garb, or even dressed as a Leprechaun.

The "40 Shades of Green" Event is from 4 – 6 PM on March 3, 2018, at the Artists’ Market Community Center, 114 Richardson Avenue, Shohola, PA.  The BAAA art exhibit runs through March 14.














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