Irish American Cultural Society
of South Jersey

Walter J. Murphy, President
497 Sara Ann Court
Linwood, NJ 08221-1448

News Release

For Immediate release
Contact: Walt Murphy, 609.927.1234

Program on Celtic Harp Scheduled
For
Irish American Group

     One of the symbols of Ireland and of ‘Irishness’ is the Celtic harp which was long revered but once banned from play in that land. On Tuesday, February 21, the Irish American Cultural Society of South Jersey will present a multi-media program on the Celtic harp and it’s history which will also include a performance on the instrument. The narrator and ‘harper’ will be Frances Hill Tornese.
     The meeting will take place at the American Legion Hall, New Jersey Avenue and Mill Road in Absecon, at 7: 30 p.m. The public is invited and there is no admission charge.
     The Irish American Cultural Society promotes the study and preservation of Irish and Celtic culture and history. For information telephone (609) 927-1234.

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