Irish History Lessons

Learn more about Irish history with these fun and educational lessons!

stain glass window featuring St. Patrick

  • Toast the Irish New Year at our virtual NYE event!

    Join us and Hibernians nation-wide for our virtual NYE party on December 31st!

    We are taking this year as a unique opportunity to engage AOH divisions across the country in one of our division’s long standing traditions. To do so, we are inviting AOH divisions nation-wide to record a free 2-3 minute video of their members or division leaders giving a shoutout to their community and giving a brief explanation of what their division is known for or their history. If submitted by December 1st, we will broadcast your division’s video during our event free of charge. The videos will be streamed for all in-person participants of the event, in addition to everyone across the country streaming the event from home. Having your video shown across the world is free to your division! 

    To watch our event from your home or as a division, buy a $20 ticket and register for the event at the link on our website, you can livestream all the evening’s festivities!

    Register for the event here: https://bit.ly/IrishNYE2020 and submit your Shoutout video to: carriganaohcolorado@gmail.com

  • Purchase 2020 St. Patrick’s Day Apparel!

    Click here to order 2020 memorabilia! 

  • Denver St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2019

    *Denver St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2020 Reflections in process, check back soon!

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    Ancient Order of Hibernians and Annunciation Catholic School Walked in the 2019 Denver St. Patrick’s Day Parade

    Hibernians and students from Annunciation Catholic School walked together in the 2019 Denver St. Patrick’s Day Parade. The AOH members walked in style wearing a variety of shirts, hats, and Hibernian jackets in addition to their sashes. Show your support of the Ancient Order of Hibernians year round by picking up your own Hibernian swag here.

    Many thanks to all who participated!

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