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41st Annual St. Patrick Irish Festival

For 41 years the St. Patrick Irish Festival has been a long standing tradition and a staple in the Midtown Detroit area. This festival will capture Irish culture such as traditional folk music, live entertainment featuring; Arden School of Irish Dance, The Fraternal Order of United Irishmen’s Chowder Society singing group and the Codgers. There will be a variety of games to play including sports, action, and dance. Founded by Sr. Mary Watson in 1973, St. Pat’s Center serves over 2,000 seniors in metro Detroit.

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