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Agora Performance Space at The Riverside
1724 Broadway, Boulder
Saturday, April 11, 6 p.m.
Please come as early as 5:30 to socialize, if you like!
$10 INCO members and students, $15 non-members
Free for children 12 and under
We expect this April 11 event to sell out, so purchase tickets in advance at:


Liz Weir hails from the village of Cushendall, in the heart of the Glens of Antrim. She is an award-winning storyteller and writer, who has spun tales across five continents, from small clubs to large international festivals. She has written three books for children, as well as television scripts for animation, and has been a regularly featured radio presenter on the BBC.
Feargal Lynn, also from Cushendall, is a folk singer and storyteller, who plays guitar, tin whistle, and bodhran, and has contributed to radio, television, and storytelling festivals. Lynn is an elder care manager, and has worked various mental health managerial roles, including extensively with homelessness, addictions and employability.

Note: During April 6-10, Weir and Lynn will also appear at the Conference on World Affairs at the University of Colorado on a variety panels and performances. To view their full schedules and a full listing of 200 Conference on World Affairs events, visit:

Irish Network Colorado is an organization that provides opportunities for Irish Americans, expats and friends of Ireland in the Front Range to network, thereby enhancing social, business and cultural connections within our community and between Ireland and Colorado.

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