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Your name is Xerona and you are a level 12 druid. Your best friend has just spent a night in your hotel, is now in debt and had to mortgage off his little red house. You just discovered your old professor killed a man inside a cellar with a horseshoe.
When downtown shoppers and sight-seers first walk into the Elwen Cottage on Main Street, there is a unique element that may catch their eye more than the average vintage store. Those wall shelves hanging up are actually old wooden suitcases cut in half and repurposed, and the wind chimes tinkling about are composed of spoons, measuring cups, and bowls.
“Giorraionn beirt bother”.
That is to say in Irish, “Two people shorten the road”.
Yet there will be many more people on the road at the 4 th annual Friends of Irish Studies, Idaho “The Hooley” on the night of April 28 th . Irish dancing, food, and music will be presented at this grand festival to learn of and celebrate Ireland’s culture. Tickets may be purchased for $35 per person or $250 for a table of eight at The College Market coffee shop at 604 S. 8 th Ave. in Pocatello or by contacting Garth Lambson at email@example.com .
Following the festivities of The Hooley on Friday night, the following morning will begin anew with Ireland in Pocatello. Yes, Ireland—the land of forty shades of green, of fiddles playing century-old traditional songs, of Uillean pipes calling to those of long ago, of the small villages where the Irish language is still spoken daily will come alive as Irish language, music, and folklore classes begin the morning of April 29th and continue on the 30th . The immersion weekend has a cost of $50 to register at firstname.lastname@example.org , or $75 if purchased with a Hooley ticket. Four classes will be taught on Saturday April 29th and three will be taught on April 30th .
Garth Lambson, who helps coordinate the Irish language program at ISU and in Southeastern Idaho, is excited to introduce these immersion classes that will be taught by five Irish instructors: three from County Donegal, Ireland and two from County Kerry, Ireland. These talented native speakers will demonstrate and teach Uillean pipes, fiddle, céilí dancing, sean-nos singing, Irish folklore, history, the Irish language, and more.
We get it. Pocatello doesn’t have a lot of city life. It isn’t much of a looker if you’re searching for the emerald foliage that Oregon provides, and it doesn’t contain the boisterous cluster of noise Las Vegas is reputable for. Yet locals know—or may not yet know—that there is certainly something more to its oatmeal-colored hills that proves it has just as many activities in its valleys as Las Vegas has in its streets.