OCM Worldfest 2010: Naas, Ireland

WorldFest Passpart Stamp Thursday  July 29, 2010 - Every Thursday Night in July,
Omaha Children's Museum, is celebrating the culture of
Omaha's five Sister Cites. Tonight the Worldfest:
A Sister City Celebration!
forces on Naas, Ireland.
 Craoi na Tire - Irish Dancing Activities - Giant’s Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge Activities - Kissing the “Blarney stone”  
 Dance,
 Activates
 & Scout
 Videos


Come in! - For tonight's culture experience  

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Everyone waiting in
line to get their ...
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The Sister City 
Passport
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Sister City Images
of Nass, Ireland
Street sign ... Passport Stamped


Omahha-Naas Art Exchange Display
   A selection of artwork from Nass Primary School students and Omaha Elementary School students
   is displayed behind the Passport, Trade, Fairy Tree & Snack table.

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Trade Table
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Display Info
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Sister City Flages
 
Top Row
  Naas, Ireland

This Row
  Omaha, Nebraska
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Irish Dancing
   About 6:40pm, the Craoi na Tire studio of Irish dance in Omaha. gave a half hour performance
   of several Irish Dances. The studio name Craoi na Tire means Heartland in Gaelic


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The waiting
Audience
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Dance inline...
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to pairs & Single
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Back to back
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Rainbow Lady
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Dancein front
of the Carousel
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The Audience
 
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Dancing in line ...
 
 
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...  Forward
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Craoi na Tire
     
  *The dancing description or comments are the webmaster, and not by Craoi na Tire

Activities & Food
  Here is tour of the Ireland culture activities clockwise around the room.
  Click on for a Wikipedia article related that activities or it location in Ireland.

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Left
  Fairy tree Game

Right
  Where is Ireland?
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 The Fairy Tree Game & Map highlight of locations were this evening activities are from.
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Severing Irish Sugar Cookies More Arriving
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Crossing the...
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The Rope bridge
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Giant’s Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge  [W] Making book of Kells [W] Bookmarks
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Playing "Hurling"
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F_Activities_18 Children
playing with
Hurley (stick) [W]
form the sport
of Hurling [W]
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Blarney stone [W]
 


Sister City Boy Scout Troops & More
  Evening ends with photos of the Sister City Boy Scout Troops. Everyone, including me,
  enjoyed a ride on the Museum’s Carousel, after the final Worldfest Ethnic Night.
 
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Close-up
G_Boy_Scouts_4 Left:
 Sue  Mehaffey

Right:
 A Boy Scout
  From Ireland
 
Who is Irish?   The Boy Scout Troop    


Omaha Children's Museum - Worldfest 2010: Naas, Ireland
 

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