Coming together as a duo for the first time, the Haas sisters bring together two brilliant careers and multiple musical worlds. It’s a collab that's been a lifetime in the making!

Sisters Natalie (cello) and Brittany (fiddle) Haas began their musical lives together, filling their childhood home with Bach suites and old-time tunes alike. It was on their own, however — following divergent paths through disparate musical traditions, countries, and cultures — that they both arrived as virtuosi and composers at the highest levels of contemporary string music.

Natalie Haas basically wrote the book on the cello's place in Celtic music. Brittany Haas is widely regarded as one of the most influential fiddlers of her generation.

Location: Zoetropolis, 112 N Water St, Lancaster, PA 17603.
Time: Wednesday May 1st. Doors open 6:30.  Concert starts: 7:30pm

It would be great to do dinner prior to this concert too. Please send an RSVP to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. once you have your tickets so we can decide on a dinner plan.

This trio radiates the joyous energy of Québécois traditional music, with spectacular instrumental work, gorgeous vocal harmonies and exhilarating foot percussion. This will be their third SFMS show, and they have always delighted our audiences.
With multiple Canadian Folk Music Awards, as well as Juno and ADISQ nominations, Genticorum have earned a reputation as a leading voice in the evolution of Québécois trad. On world, traditional, folk and Celtic music stages, the trio has won over audiences at such prestigious events as Celtic Connections in Scotland, the Tønder Folk Festival in Denmark, the National Folk Festival in Australia, the Independent Music Festival in Alexandria, Egypt, the Rain Forest Festival in Malaysia, as well as countless venues across North America.

Location: Unitarian Universalist Congregation of York, 925 S. George St., York, PA 17403.
Time: Thursday April 25th. .Doors open 6:30.  Concert starts: 7pm

There are only a couple of people who have expressed interest in going so far. People need to buy their own tickets. The tentative plan is to meet for dinner and then proceed to the concert. We have our tickets. Dinner location hasn’t been determined yet. Please send an RSVP to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. once you have your tickets so we can decide on a dinner plan.


Once again the Lancaster Irish American Cultural Society will be participating with the Knights of Columbus in their fabulous Saint Patrick’s Day concert and party.  Music by the Boys From Innisfree

Last year’s party was a rousing hoot, and this year’s promises to be better.

LIACS will be raffling off baskets of chance, cheer, fun, games, and goodies to raise funds for our organization.  Please consider donating items to fill these baskets, or an entire basket!  Your donated items will be assembled into baskets by Peggy Malloy and Mike and Mary Schreiner; contact them to arrange for your donation.

Tickets are $20 each and include admission to the party, free beer, and set-ups. The Knights of Columbus will have food for sale, but you may bring your own food, snacks, and beverages of all types (BYOB)!  There also will be door prizes, 50/50s, and basket raffles. 

Tickets are available from LIACS members Pete Byrne plhbyrne@verizon . net and Mike Schreiner mmje1714@ptd . net 
Tell us how many you want and we’ll get them to you and collect your check, made out to Council 10827 K of C.
Whenever we get enough tickets sold to make up another group of eight we can reserve another table.  This way we can get all your friends grouped in the same area.

Location: St James Catholic Church, 505 Woodcrest Ave, Lititz, PA.
Time: Doors open at 6:30pm. Party begins at 7:00pm.

Ceili Dance Lessons

Sessions at 5:30 PM, on some Mondays at Tellus 360

Thoughout the school year there is usually bi-monthly ceili dance lessons; instructor time permitting.

Please contact Peggy  for additional details.