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The Monsignor Henry Robinson Irish Festival!

We hope you will join us on Saturday, October 15th and Sunday, October 16th to honor 150 years of Annunciation Catholic Church and School’s connected Irish and Mexican heritage through the San Patricios. There will be live music from several different bands, local food and dance performances.

Monsignor Henry Robinson & the window dedicated to him at Annunciation Parish in Denver

Join Us For Our Annual Irish NYE Party!

Each New Year’s Eve, we host a unique and wonderful party and our annual fundraiser at The Celtic on Market Irish Pub in Downtown Denver to kick off the new year “Irish style.” We have an Irish band and session players, Irish step dancers, and the famous Michael Collins bagpipe band. We toast the new year at 5:00 pm MST (7:00 pm EST) because that is when it turns New Year’s Day in Dublin, Ireland. 

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The Annual New Years Eve Party!

Consider Donating to Our

Annual Silent Auction!

Proceeds support the Carrigan Division’s various beneficiaries.
Learn more below.

The Carrigan Division’s NYE Event Beneficiary Levels

All of our sponsors will be mentioned on social media and in our program at the event.

For this year’s Irish New Year’s Eve celebration at The Celtic on Market, we are offering three levels of sponsorship. They are listed below. If you are interested in being a sponsor, please email us at carriganaohcolorado@gmail.com

Here are some of the Carrigan Division’s Beneficiaries:

* Annunciation Catholic School, Denver, Colorado.
We support athletics, provide coaches and volunteers, and support religious education. 

* Samaritan House Homeless Shelter, Catholic Charities. 

* Irish Miners’ Memorial, Evergreen Cemetery, Leadville, Colorado.
Records show that 1,339 immigrants are buried in the cemetery in mostly unmarked graves, 70-80% of which are Irish. The average age of those buried is 23. We support the ongoing efforts to honor the memory of those who met their deaths there trying to find a better life. We are in the process of offering financial and volunteer help. The Carrigans are going to donate the permanent benches on the trail surrounding the memorial.

*Survivors of Gun Violence, Colorado.  
Provide funding and volunteer work to help support and stabilize survivors of gun violence in our communities.

Denver Catholic Worker House, Denver Colorado.
*In 2022, we will be considering becoming involved as volunteers and sponsors at The Denver Catholic Worker House founded by Servant of God Dorothy Day that serves the poor and homeless.

Additional Beneficiaries
*We will also consider additional beneficiaries as they are proposed to us throughout the year.

The donation to The Carrigan Society gets you Free admission for two to the event and six free beers or house wines at the event.

Check out highlights from our 2020 Virtual New Year’s Eve Party!

Press play below to watch a one minute clip from the party.

2020’s NYE Party included the following festivities:

  • Live Irish music, bagpipes & Irish step dancers 
  • Many virtual speakers, including Cardinal Sean Patrick O’Malley OFM, Cap.  
  • Shoutout Videos from AOH divisions across the nation 
  • Virtual silent auction to benefit our charities on our website
  • A count down to the famous “lampshade drop” and officially ring in the new year at 5 pm MST to honor the time at which the New Year begins in Dublin. 

Irish New Year’s Eve Party 2019

Watch the featured 9 News story below.

2019’s New Year’s Eve Party was held at the Celtic on Market Street in Denver, Colorado.
To read the full story on 9 News, click the link below:
https://www.9news.com/amp/article/life/music-whiskey-and-a-lampshade-drop-celebrating-the-irish-new-year-in-denver/73-1662c750-0b8f-4179-addc-6029810f8622

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