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The Irish Heritage Club is a non-profit, non-political, non-religious organization that organizes and promotes activities of an Irish cultural nature in the Greater Seattle area, the State of Washington, USA. These activities include performances of Irish music, Irish dancing, Irish language, Irish history, Gaelic games, concerts, plays, lectures, movies, parties and other social events, along with cultural exchanges with Seattle’s Sister City of Galway, Ireland. If you are interested in “Things Irish” in the greater Seattle area, we invite you to join us!

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Upcoming Events

Irish Community DASH Party, this Friday, February 20, 3-6 pm at McRory’s

Irish Network Seattle, the Seattle Gaels and the Irish Heritage Club have arranged a St. Patrick’s Day Dash sign-up party with special discount pricing that’s not available online. Join us for the Happy Hour Event at F X McRory’s on Friday, February 20, 3-6 pm, to be part of the Irish Community Team and to receive the Irish Team Discount Pricing! Additionally, everyone who signs up will receive a $5 coupon good at FX McRory’s on Dash Day, along with a VIP Wristband for quicker access to the Dash Day beer garden at the Seattle Center. You can also pick up your bib# and long-sleeve Dash T-shirt, so that all you have to do on Sunday, March 15 is get to the Start Line.

Saturday, February 28, Irish Soda Bread Cooking Class, 1-5 pm, at St. Patrick’s Church Hall, 2702 Broadway E, Seattle. A cooking class for adults who are interested in the art of making traditional ‘Irish soda bread’.

Bring your mixing bowl and measuring spoons. Bowl may be metal, plastic, glass or other washable material. The size should allow you to mix the ingredients comfortably using your hands. Bring an apron and other items to protect your hands and/or clothes. It is best to store your diamonds in a safe place, otherwise you might bake them!
We will provide flour, soda, salt and buttermilk to make a sample cake. The recipe will call for two cups of flour and there will be another cup or so for dusting the bake sheet etc. There are two large ovens in the church kitchen. We hope to be able to bake 4 loaves in each oven on the first round. Time for that will be approximately 90 minutes. Nutritionist and author Maureen Keane will also speak to the nutritional values of Irish food, especially soda bread.
For more information and reservations, please visit eventbrite.com, or email SodaBread@irishclub.org.

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Photos by Christine Kuhlow of CLicK Photography

The Irish Heritage Club and its affiliated programs gratefully acknowledge the support of the Irish government through grants provided by the Irish Abroad Unit of the Department of Foreign Affairs in Dublin.