The North American Celtic Trade Association (NACTA) is the trade association for those involved in the sale and promotion of Irish and Celtic products in North America.
This weekend, the Celtic Showcase Chicago will connect retailers and sellers throughout the USA and Canada to bring the best of Irish and Celtic products to North America.
The mystical ancient Irish alphabet of Ogham inspired this gorgeous glassware collection from Waterford Crystal.
Buachaill is for men who want to start the day the right way wearing a great pair of boxer shorts.
Looking for the perfect Irish gift? Paddy Pals are friends for life.
McHarp: Crosses with Meaning began designing crosses inspired by Celtic Christian historical memorials more than 20 years ago.
Looking for something creative, contemporary and uniquely Celtic this Father’s Day? Look no further than your local Celtic store to find your dad that something special!
Are you ready for the trip of a lifetime? Discover the best way to see the Emerald Isle.
Here come the Celtics! One hundred manufacturers from Ireland, Scotland, Wales, England and the USA will participate in Celtic Showcase Secaucus.
Guinness has got you covered for St. Patrick's Day with these limited edition green and white t-shirts.
Vote for this Dublin museum as the World’s Leading Tourist Attraction
National No Beard Day: Why are all Irish men's beards red?
Irish stew hot pot recipe for a cold winter's night
Celtic blessings to mark the ancient festival of Samhain
Irish Famine 1,845 hand-blown glass potatoes exhibition opens in Seattle
Irish American shocked as DNA shows she’s 50 percent Jewish - century-old secret revealed
Talks to have James Joyce’s remains returned to Ireland
Elderly blind man from Northern Ireland thrown off flight after accused of being drunk
Which was the first US city to allow LGBTQ groups to march on St. Patrick’s Day?
On this day in 1919 the Irish President became an honorary Native American chieftain