Next Monthly Meeting:

Friday,  February 14

7 PM

First Unitarian Church Hall

3701 Carlisle Blvd NE

(SW Corner of Comanche and Carlisle)

Musical Performance by

Natasha Coffing

Everyone is invited! No charge!

Natasha Coffing is a multi-instrumentalist, whose passion for music first started on the harp at age five and quickly moved on to include the violin (or fiddle—she doesn’t discriminate), and eventually the piano and vocals. Early on she found a particular love for Celtic music and for over 20 years has had the privilege of sharing her joy of music with raptured audiences, varying from prominent festivals, fairs, house concerts, church concerts, theatre productions, and more. With opportunities to learn from the instruction of renowned fiddlers such as Louis Schryer (four-time Masters Fiddle champion) and Winifred Horan of Solas, she has a well-rounded and unique playing style that brings out the heart and soul of the music she plays. Whether it’s some toe tapping, sparkling jigs and reels, or beautiful and soulful ballads and airs, she brings her audience with her on a beautiful musical journey.

Please bring a sweet or salty snack to share!

For more info, see the February Newsletter.

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300 Menaul NW, Suite 200 In the 4th and Menaul Marketplace

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Next Event:

St. Patrick's Day Party!

Sunday, March 15

Noon to 4 PM

ABQ Party Space

300 Menaul Blvd. NW Suite. 200

(see map on the right)

Limited Seating: Dinner tickets must be purchased by March 11; Entry Only tickets by March 15 (if available)

Click here to purchase tickets!

Menu: Corned Beef and Cabbage, Irish Stew,

Soda Bread and soft drinks

(Beer and wine available for cash purchase.)

Dinner served from noon to 3 PM.



12:00: Celtic Harp, Miranda Rensberger

1:00: Sing Along with Irish Favorites

1:30: Brightburn Academy of Irish Dance

2:15: Highland Pipes with Suzanne “Aden” Kemp 2:45 and beyond: Duke City Ceili Band, music and audience participation dancing with Norita Callahan and her Ceili dancers.