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Irish Fairies: the evil leprechaun – Of all the Irish fairies, the evil leprechaun, with his hot-temper and spiteful trickery, is probably the best-known internationally.
Legend of the Leprechaun – The legend of the leprechaun is one of the most enduring myths in Ireland and relates to a mystical type of fairy who is originally linked to the Tuatha De Danann of Irish mythology.
Leprechaun: From Gold-Loving Cobbler to Cultural Icon
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National Tartan Day – Celebrate Scotland and your Scottish ancestry on April 6 and throughout the year!
Mother Goose Day – We are swept back to memories of our childhood whenever we hear of National Mother Goose Day on May 1.
More to Explore
Irish Ancestry Weblinks – St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner and the perfect time to discover your Irish genealogy. Get started with this weblinks library of online resources.
Irish History on Video – A selection of informative films and documentaries covering the ancient to more recent history of the Emerald Isle.
Irish Music Video – A selection of Irish music and video on YouTube to keep you company for St. Patrick’s Day and enjoy throughout the year.
Ireland Reaching Out – The program, Ireland Reaching Out, from the government of Ireland was created to help people of Irish ancestry reconnect with their family place of origin in Ireland.
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How to Catch a Leprechaun -Read-Aloud story for children.