Emerald Isle dancers visit Pittston Area Primary Center

July 22nd, 2015 5:07 pm

Members of the Emerald Isle Step Dancers treated the students at the Pittston Area Primary Center to a performance on St. Patrick’s Day. The group, which is under the direction of Jennifer Woss, is dedicated to the promotion and preservation of Irish heritage. The dancers shared the history of traditional Irish dance as well as the meaning of the Claddagh design on their dresses. Shown in photo, from left, Woss, Olivia Brady, Abigail Bartoli, Gwen Balavage, Ava Brady, Sofia Quaglia, and Kalista Armitage.

Members of the Emerald Isle Step Dancers treated the students at the Pittston Area Primary Center to a performance on St. Patrick’s Day. The group, which is under the direction of Jennifer Woss, is dedicated to the promotion and preservation of Irish heritage. The dancers shared the history of traditional Irish dance as well as the meaning of the Claddagh design on their dresses. Shown in photo, from left, Woss, Olivia Brady, Abigail Bartoli, Gwen Balavage, Ava Brady, Sofia Quaglia, and Kalista Armitage.
http://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_Irish-step-dancers-2015-004.jpgMembers of the Emerald Isle Step Dancers treated the students at the Pittston Area Primary Center to a performance on St. Patrick’s Day. The group, which is under the direction of Jennifer Woss, is dedicated to the promotion and preservation of Irish heritage. The dancers shared the history of traditional Irish dance as well as the meaning of the Claddagh design on their dresses. Shown in photo, from left, Woss, Olivia Brady, Abigail Bartoli, Gwen Balavage, Ava Brady, Sofia Quaglia, and Kalista Armitage. Submitted photo


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