St. Patrick’s Day poetry party

March 17, 7 p.m. at the Union St. Grotto

Join us for an evening of poetry and music when Irish and Irish-at-heart celebrate St Patrick’s Day at the Luck O’ the Irish poetry night, March 17, 7 p.m. at the Union St. Grotto in Courtenay.

Bring your limericks and Irish-flavoured writings and be prepared for some shamrock inspired musings and laughter as we pay homage to the ‘ould sod’.

Special guests, Irish entertainers, Mary Murphy and David Somers, will share a few stories and songs. Murphy is an award-winning writer whose words and songs are steeped in traditional Irish lore.

All ages are welcome. To pre-register to read original limericks or Irish inspired poetry email:


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