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Kildare Irish dancers celebrate St. Patrick's Day on Long Island New York

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Kildare Academy of Irish Dance students
 will perform at more than 30 shows and 3 parades in March.

photos and video courtesy Nicole Dimone TCRG

 

 

Kildare Academy of Irish Dance, with its primary studio in Bay Shore, New York, is owned by Nicole Dimone, TCRG.  A competitive Irish dancer since age six, Dimone received her teaching certification from An Coimisiun le Rinci Gaelacha in Dublin in 2006.  Among the intense and fun instruction in Bay Shore and at two other locations on Long Island in Center Moriches and Southhampton, March is the time to share their knowledge and skill with others in a month-long celebration of Irish culture.
 

Kildare Academy of Irish Dancer students show off their Irish pride.


Kildare Academy dancers will perform more than 30 shows on Long Island this month for businesses and events, earning much needed funds to attend competitions; they also entertain at no charge for a lot of not-for-profit organizations including nursing homes. Kildare Irish dancers will march in the Bay Shore, Center Moriches and Hampton Bays parades as well to honor St. Patrick's Day.

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Dancers from Kildare Academy of Irish Dance with trophies and big smiles after a feis.

Kildare Academy Irish dancers competed at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Irish Dancing Championships for the first time in 2011. Five Kildare Academy dancers placed in the Top 5 for Traditional Set competitions and took other placements in Traditional Sets and 4-Hand Ceili Team events.

Click here for a short video on Kildare Academy of Irish Dance by Carrie Miller.

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