The White Sulphur Springs Library is pleased to announce that traditional Irish and Celtic musician by Patrick O’Flaherty will be at the library on Tuesday, Nov. 9, beginning at 6 p.m. Light refreshments will follow this free program.
Raised in Galway’s Gaeltacht on the rugged west coast of Ireland, Patrick is part of a select group whose native language is Gaelic. His professional music career has spanned over three decades, and his performance venues include the Mall in Washington, DC, Notre Dame University, and the Milwaukee Irish Festival, to name a few. During this time, he performed with two excellent bands, The Celtic Folk and The Poor Clares, whose second album, “Change of Habit,” reached the national charts.
Patrick is considered a fine practitioner of the Irish mandolin and harmonica. He is also a highly respected player of the button accordion and banjo. He has been able to share his lovely music with notable people such as Pope John Paul II, President Ronald Reagan, and now, you.
Join us for an evening of music, laughter and song.
The library is located at 344 Main Street West in White Sulphur Springs. Please call 304-536-1171 if you have any questions.
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