The Irish American Club East Side hosted the second annual One Day Irish Fall Festival inside their Euclid home.
The daylong event featured bands, dancing, food and drink and shopping.
One of the bands was the American-Celtic Band CRAIC, named for the Irish term craic meaning "enjoyable time spent with other people, especially when the conversation is entertaining and funny".
CRAIC at the Irish American Club East Side
CRAIC has a unique sound, blending Irish music and instrumentation, bluegrass, and punk rock. They opened up with 'What do you do with a drunken sailor?'
CRAIC fansThey continued with Devil's Dance Floor by Flogging Molly.
Another always popular band is No Strangers Here with Pat Hoyners, Bob Crawford, Larry Bachtel and Tomme Hurley who performed The Mermaid in this clip.
No Strangers Here
The music, camaraderie, food and fun continued all day. Enjoy these images from the event.
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Irish American Club East Side President Francis McGarry
Linda Walsh with her first place brown bread
Chris Spicer and Mossy Moran
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Mae Keenan and Evie Adams
Linda Burke and Sue Murphy
Rita McNeely and Jean Walsh
Kathy and Martin Kerry with Linda Walsh
Shannon Hanratty, Linda Carney and Katy Profeta
Bob Mathews and Eileen Tucci
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