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Wearin’ of the Green at Tiskilwa’s Museum on Main

Mick Hennessey, professional storyteller, will be telling Irish tales beginning at 7 p.m. Monday, March 12, at Tiskilwa’s Museum on Main. All museum galleries will be open, so come early and stay late.
Mick Hennessey, professional storyteller, will be telling Irish tales beginning at 7 p.m. Monday, March 12, at Tiskilwa’s Museum on Main. All museum galleries will be open, so come early and stay late.

TISKILWA — With a tip o’ the derby cap to St. Patrick’s Day, Mick Henneberry of Princeton will present an “Irish Roving” program on Monday, March 12, beginning at 7 p.m. in the community room at the Tiskilwa Historical Society museum.

Employing many tricks of the storytelling trade, Henneberry will share droll tales of mischievous Irish wit. In addition to both humorous and heartwarming stories, he plans to engage the audience in family-style fun: trying their luck with Irish tongue-twisters and perhaps even singing along with a favorite Irish tune or two, until the entire audience’s eyes are smiling.

After the program. the society will provide refreshments and host a social time in the galleries. Everyone is invited to attend.

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