The Irish ‘craic’ is a specific and quintessential Irish form of fun.
It can mean fun and enjoyment, general banter or a joke. ‘Craic’ implies that a good time will be had by all and it often involves music and alcohol. ‘Craic’ also refers to a person who is good fun and great company.
The Library’s St. Patrick’s event can surely cater to all of the above interpretations of ‘craic’. So on the eve of St. Pat’s day, join us for a celebration of all things Irish, with humorous poet Jill Wherry (a craic if ever there was one), Irish music and dance.
When: Wednesday 16 March, 6.30pm – 7.30pm.
Venue: Relaxed Reading Area, City of Tea Tree Gully Library.
Cost: Free. Bookings are essential.
Wine and a light supper will be supplied.
With so much Irish cheer, it would not be surprising if the beer turned green!
Book online or telephone the Library.