The Irish-American Society of New Mexico, based in Albuquerque, NM, wishes you a hundred thousand welcomes to our site!

St. Patrick's Day Party!

Saturday, March 16

6 to 10 PM

Jewish Community Center

5520 Wyoming Blvd. NE

with Irish musicians, step dancers,  pipers, and a corned beef and cabbage dinner!

For details, and to purchase tickets, go here  (and scroll down a bit).

Need help with getting an Irish passport or have questions regarding travel in Ireland? 

Visit the Consulate General of Ireland's site here.

Visit our sister organization,

The St. Andrew Scottish Society of NM


Céad Mile Fáilte!

Join the IAS!

Get (or renew) your membership here

Next Monthly Meeting and Program:

Friday, February 8,  7 PM

at our new location for 2019:

The First Unitarian Church

Memorial Hall

(SW Corner of Comanche and Carlisle)

A Musical Performance

by Casey Mraz!

Casey Mráz is an Albuquerque-born musician, songwriter, composer, playwright, and father. He earned his M.F.A. in Dramatic Writing from UNM in 2009 an  d studied Literary Arts in Prague, Czech Republic. He plays a wide variety of musical styles, including Rock, Americana, Blues, Latin, Celtic, and more. His main instruments are piano, guitar, accordion, banjo, and charango (Andean lute). He also composes music for theatre, dance, film, and the circus arts. You can catch him playing in various breweries as a solo act. He also performs with his group Casey Mráz & Los Metamorfos as well as Concepto Tambor. For samples of his playing, visit his website:

For our February 9th meeting, Casey will play a lot of Irish folk songs that he has picked up over the years while sprinkling in a few of his original tunes. He will be playing guitar, banjo, and accordion, as well as singing.