2. Most Fun Location wearing 2022 Pittsburgh Halloween Feis t-shirt
3. Best Photograph wearing 2022 Pittsburgh Halloween Feis t-shirt
4. Any Pittsburgh Feis t-shirt farthest distance from Pittsburgh Feis
Submit your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org with Pittsburgh Feis Photo Contest in the subject line. Must be present at the Winter Feis to win. Include your email and cell #. Prizes can be claimed at the Tabulation area.
Saturday December 31 PC Second Chance All OC Competitions
Book your hotel room soon. Once the blocks are sold out, no additional rooms will be available at the Feis discounted price.
Anna Marie Acosta Joe Seletski Kristen Butke Zagorski Ilish McKenna Eddie Murphy Meg Comisky
Jimmy Butke Beth Nist Mike Shaffer Dave Yates
West Virginia Feis - March 26
Bell Feis - March 27
Tessie Burke Reel Feis - July 16
Tessie Burke Jig Feis - July 17
Pittsburgh Feis - September 24
Pittsburgh Fall Feis - September 25
Pittsburgh Winter Feis - December 30 and 31
Please follow the Bell School Facebook page for updates on our Sister Feis!
Dutch Country Feis - Friday June 23 and Saturday June 24 in Lancaster PA hosted by the Paloma School of Irish Dance
Registration on FeisWeb
On March 26 2022, the Martin McHugh Scholarship Award was presented to Pittsburgh’s own Brigid Clark! Brigid is a Senior at North Hills High School and will be attending Robert Morris University, intending to major in advanced medical imaging. She is active in Irish dancing as well as the Pittsburgh Irish Rowing Club. She is the daughter of Pat Clark and the late Mary Clark. This scholarship was established in 2006 by Jim Graven as Chairman of the West Virginia Feis. It is awarded each year to an Irish step dancer from the Pittsburgh Area. It was created in honor of Martin McHugh, a dedicated father of a step dancer and tireless feis volunteer. Marty passed away in January 2006 at the age of 47. Congratulations, Brigid! Your Irish dance family is proud of you! ☘️
History of Christmas and Christmas in Ireland
Live Zoom Course. Thursdays December 8 and 15 at 7pm
presentation will detail the history of the emergence of the Christian annual
celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ. It explains how and why many of the pre-Christian
pagan traditions were incorporated into the Christian celebration. For instance, it will explain the Christmas celebration
in a wider historical context that includes the Roman Saturnalia celebration,
the diverging views inside the Christian church on the celebration of Christ's
birth, the issue of the date of Christ's actual birth, and the history of
Christmas in the USA. The origins of Saint Nicholas, Santa Claus, and Father
Christmas will be explained.
To enroll, email email@example.com Course fee: $50