Lenihan School of Irish Dance performs at Pequot Library March 11

The Lenihan School of Irish Dance will put on a performance on Saturday, March 11, from 10:45-11:45 a.m., at Pequot Library. Irish dancing is a distinctive form of dance requiring artistry, athleticism, and flexibility. Visitors to Pequot Library will enjoy the intricate costuming and strong musical rhythms of traditional Irish dancing.

The Lenihan School of Irish Dance troupe will give a spirited performance and afterwards, the audience is invited to participate and learn basic steps and kicks. Program is for all ages. No registration required and it is free and open to all.

As one of the leading dance schools in New England and the New York area, Lenihan School of Irish Dance offers classes to children three and older, as well as adults. Lenihan dancers are recognized nationally and internationally. Many achieve champion status at New England Regionals, North American Championships, European Nationals, Great Britain, and All Ireland Championships. They are featured performers at festivals, weddings, fundraisers, and convalescent homes.

For more information, visit pequotlibrary.org, or call 203-259-0346, ext. 15. Follow Pequot Library on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Lenihan School of Irish Dance

Troupe members from Lenihan School of Irish Dance

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