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We are a non-competitive Dance Group offering fun, exercise, discipline, performances, culture, respect, growth and more fun...                                                                                                                                                      We do not have wigs or $1000 dresses.                                                                                                                    Just a great time!                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      NOW, we're here in our new home - wonderful, welcoming, Concord NH!

Best Year YET!

Many new Solo & Group Dances! Took the whole Year up a notch....or 2!  Stars of a special "Mockumentary: The Jig Isn't Up"!  Featured in the Union Leader! Repeat shows plus the The Hatbox Theatre, a 95th Birthday Party and Gibson's Bookstore! Had an Awards Show at the end of the year Party. Another Slumber Party, too!  5 Classes! 

All possible thanks to the Dancers and their Families!

We Got Around

New Students! New Shows including the St Pat Flash Mobs, "Egg-stravanganza", OLM St Pat's Party in Merrimack, IHM St Pat's Party and the Concord Christmas Parade. New fun at Miss Jean's house at Christmas, for St Pat's, after Market Days and also a Slumber Party!  We were featured in the Monitor. We mastered the Ribbon Dance and learned new steps! It was a great time with great accomplishments! Thank you Dancers, Concord and our wonderful Parents!

Concord Insider "Try It" Reporter       Comes To Class

Jon Bodell did his 7&3s, Advance & Retire, Promenade and Jig Steps on 10/25 with the Adult Class.                His arms and feet made him a natural but Jon,              keep that head up!

We were delighted to have him for the evening!

Jon goes all around Greater Concord trying out things for his Readers. What a cool gig!

The article will be published on 11/1/17.


The ITF Dancers dazzled all corners of Concord plus Manchester and Wilton! We made our debut at the St. Patrick's Parade and Market Days. We danced for Seniors in their home, at the Wilton Town Hall Theatre, at IHM's Party, and at St Anselm's. We ended the year at the Multicultural Festival Parade and Show. We celebrated in class and at Miss Jean's House, birthdays, graduations, Christmas and a successful year! Two big highlights were our beautiful, new Outfits and attending Riverdance as a school. We were also featured several times in the Concord Monitor Town Crier column. As always many thanks to our students, helpers, assistants, Landlord and especially our Parents!

Buckle up (your shoes) for another great year to come!

 What An Incredible First Year!

We had steady attendance, celebrated   St Pat's, Christmas, Our Instructor's 20th Anniversary and our very first shows - FOUR of them! We learned LOTS of dances and steps. We were even featured in the Concord Monitor! Thanks to all the Students (& all the Parents, too!) who helped us have an amazing Season!

We hope you'll become part of group this October!

In The Field Irish Dancers Make Their Debut

The ITF Dancers performed their first of four shows at the South End Block Party in mid-June. Considering we did not expect any performances this year, tells you how well the Dancers are doing! They did very well and the crowd was very supportive! The next three shows were all on the same (HOT) day at the end of June. We were honored and pleased to do two shows for our "Landlords" at BMUM Church during their big Strawberry Festival. Then the Troupe "ran" to the State House for the 10th Multicultural Festival. This was a thrill to dance in and watch all the other Groups perform. At all shows we were joined by two of our Dancers who are also Irish Fluters. They added a lot to our Shows! We all enjoyed a Picnic after the three shows at the Director's home.

Here is some of our history and some Charter Members.