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184 Aldworth Road
Harrisville, NH, 03450


 Welcome to Aldworth Manor, a historic estate resting on 170 rolling acres in southern New Hampshire. With stunning views of Mount Monadnock, gorgeous grounds, miles of trails, beautiful gardens, and a variety of lodging options, Aldworth Manor is the Monadnock region’s premier venue for weddings, receptions, retreats, tented celebrations, concerts and special occasions of any kind.

Ulster Landing Concert

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Ulster Landing Concert

Join Ulster Landing for a rousing evening of Celtic tunes. Toe-tapping Irish reels and jigs, soulful Scottish waltzes, "crooked" tunes from Cornwall and Quebec, hypnotic Breton dances, and more. You'll hear songs about rebellion, love lost and won, and a few stories along the way. We'll raise a glass and toast your health—Sláinte!

Ulster Landing is a Boston-based band focused on traditional music of the Celtic nations including Ireland, Scotland, Cornwall and Brittany. Their shows feature folk tunes and spirited songs performed on fiddle, uilleann pipes, harp, bouzouki, and voices. The group's name is a reference to the Irish province of Ulster, where Scottish and English settlers landed in the 17th century. Ulster Landing appears across New England at folk festivals, coffeehouses and numerous private events, and 2015 they were delighted to open for British folk rock icons Steeleye Span.

Ulster Landing:

Karen Burciaga, fiddle & voice

Dan Meyers, uilleann pipes, tin whistle, flute, bodhran & voice

Shelley Otis, harp & voice

Matthew Wright, bouzouki, guitar & voice

Thursday, July 11th, starting at 7:30 in the evening!

Suggested donation at the door. Food and beverages available for purchase.

Earlier Event: June 16
Summer Arts and Music Kickoff
Later Event: July 24
Project Shakespeare's The Tempest