Our Mission

“Failte” (“Welcome”) from the Lincoln Irish Dancers! Our mission is “to heighten awareness and appreciation of traditional Irish dance, and to celebrate Irish culture” here in Lincoln, Nebraska and surrounding areas. Our group began in March of 1997. We now offer a variety of activities such as holding Irish social dance classes from fall through spring in 5-week sessions; performing locally and regionally throughout the year; hosting a public ceili and workshops; facilitating periodic trips, e.g., to Ireland; and a number of member-only social events.

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Áirc Damhsa Dance Club18 hrs ·

This Monday Áirc Damhsa & Creative Ireland launch Céilí in the Kitchen for Cruinniú na nÓg, Ireland’s national day of creativity for young people. We’re calling you all to have your own ceilí in the kitchen on June 13th. Over the next 4 Mondays we’ll share a series of videos to help you prepare for your own ceili. There will be
Song with Cathy Jordan
Story telling with Mikel Murfi
Music with Thomas Johnson
Dance with Edwina Guckian

The children at Áirc Damhsa will also be sharing daily videos showing what they’re planning for June 13th.
Tune in!

Classes for the 2020-2021 Season will begin September 14, 2020
We are looking forward with hope and optimism to the 2020- 2021 Lincoln Irish Dancers class and performance season beginning September 14, 2020.  Keep an eye on www.lincolnirishdancers.org for ever-changing inspiring sayings and graphics.  In the meantime, follow Lincoln Irish Dancers on Facebook for inspiration, updates, videos, announcements, and more. Post your comments on what you like best and how you are keeping up with Irish culture and dance during this long ‘break’ from our normal lives.

Lincoln Irish Dancers welcomes students with any/no dance experience. Both Step Class (age 7 up) and Irish Social (Ceili) Classes (age 12 up or instructor approval) are designed so new or returning dancers can start at the first class of any session throughout the year.

Irish saying

Irish saying

PHRASE:                            Ta suil agam go bhfuil tu i mbarr na slainte

PRONOUNCED:               taw su-ill ah-gum guh will tu ih marr nah slawn-che

MEANING:                        I hope you are in the best of health