Aoibhneas (EEV-nass)

“This Irish word generally refers to the joy we feel from external things such as music, song, scenery and good weather.”

Well, while we can’t make any promises about Nebraska’s weather in March, or guarantee that the scenery will be particularly pleasurable (unless you truly delight in snow, or brown trees (again, no promises on the weather)), but we can tell you that the song and music will be *just* Aoibhneas.

Wondering what we’ll be jigging and jiving to? Check out the dance list below!

(Psst! Don’t worry if you’re not familiar with English Country Dance! We’ll always walk you though each one.)

Newcastle Circle
Draper’s Maggot
Row Well, ye Mariners
Female Saylor
Jack’s Maggot


Puck’s Deceit
Wakefield Hunt
The Maid Peeped Out the Window
Well Done Jack
Gay Gordon

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