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Ranking the Entries for "Best of All Things Irish" Show
Best of All Things Irish in Maine 2020 Entry Guide
Rank the entries by changing the order of the fields. The original order is the order in which they were received.
From the Maine Valley, Co. Kerry to Maine, USA | Michael Quinlan from Old Orchard Beach
American Welcome by Brian Friel performed by Tony Reilly from AIRE
An Mhaighdean Mhara by Fiona Howell
Or Donn (Auburn) by John Henderson of Auburn
Fish on Fridays by John Henderson of Auburn
James Joyce's "The Dead" performed by Joe Quinn of Scarborough
Crafting Celtic Jewelry by Michelle Marshall of Denmark
The Bull's March by Chris Gray of Portland
What the Women Wore by Micelle O'Donnell Josephson from Cumberland Center
Erin's Children & The Ballad of Dirigo O'Reilly by Joe Markey of Portland
Belfast Hornpipe by Pamela Kinsey from Fort Fairfield
The Two Cats by Lynne Cullen from Portland
Waiting by Rob Canfield of South Portland
Traditional Irish Language Songs by Brien Hoye from Portland
The Napper Tandies from Auburn
Stillson School of Dance of Gorham
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Maine Irish Heritage Center
, PO Box 7588, Portland, ME 04112-7588
It doesn't have to be perfect by Oct 16th. We just need to get an idea of your submission for the selection committee. We'll let you know if you'll be included in the program by 10/23. We'll expect your final 3-8 minute video no later than 11/16. Late entries will be replaced by runner-ups. In total, 10 winners and 4 runner-ups will be selected. Runner-ups will be featured on our web site along with the winners. Good Luck! Go n-éirí leat!
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