All are welcome at our annual Christmas Party on Thursday December 4th at Molly Malone’s!
Molly Malone’s and the Ancient Order of Hibernians Host the 9th Annual Irish Christmas
Thursday, December 4, 5-11pm
The annual event benefits Father Maloney’s Boys’ and Girls’ Haven
The Ancient Order of Hibernians (AOH) and Molly Malone’s Irish Pub in the Highlands will host the 9th Annual Irish Christmas Celebration on Thursday, December 4, from 5-11 p.m. The event, which each year benefits Father Maloney’s Boys’ and Girls’ Haven, features music, special donations requested. A percentage of all sales at Molly Malone's that night will benefit Father Maloney's Boys' and Girls’ Haven.
A visit from Santa Claus and an official AOH bagpipe procession will be a part the celebration. A traditional Irish Christmas dinner - turkey or bourbon brisket, mashed potatoes, cranberry, cornbread stuffing and green beans - along with live Irish Music by the Derby Boys.
The Molly’s Celtic Center, which is located next to Molly Malone’s at 931 Baxter Avenue in the Highlands, will stay open until 8:00 pm on the evening for holiday shopping. The event is sponsored by the Ancient Order of the Hibernians, Molly Malone’s and Jameson Irish Whiskey.
Louisville Irish First to Salute the New Year
The Ancient Order of Hibernians (AOH) and Flanagan’s Ale House are sponsoring an Irish New Year’s Celebration, 5 - 9 p.m., Dec. 31 at Flanagan’s, 934 Baxter Avenue.
Following the clocks in Dublin, Ireland, the 2015 New Year will be welcomed at 7 p.m. with a special toast and bagpipe salute. The evening will feature Irish music, beer and menu specials to help raise funds for the annual St. Patrick’s parade planned for March 14, 2015, the 42nd anniversary for the event.
The celebration is open to the public, with a $3 cover charge for favors. Features of the evening include the following:
• Recorded medley of Irish music to set the mood
• Irish specialties corned beef and cabbage and Irish Stew added to menu options
• Countdown to New Year’s leading to Jameson toast at 7 p.m. Bagpipe New Year’s salute and Auld Lang Syne
AOH is an Irish-Catholic fraternal organization that has sponsored the last 41 St. Patrick’s Parades in
Louisville. It currently has over 160 members in Louisville -- ranging in ages and all walks of life. It is
the oldest and largest Irish cultural organization in the U.S. with roots back 300 years to groups of the
same name in Ireland.
Last year the parade drew over 100,000 to Baxter Ave. and Bardstown Rd to watch over 100 units march
in honor of St. Patrick, patron saint of Ireland.