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Enjoy the enchantment of Irish travels through Celtic music, stories

Celtic harpist and storyteller Mary King will perform in Marlborough March 16. Photo/Submitted

Marlborough – Join the Arts Alliance as they celebrate St. Patrick's Day early! Celtic harpist and storyteller Mary King will present a lively Celtic-inspired performance Saturday, March 16, at 11 a.m., at the Marlborough Senior Center, 250 Main St.

King has been playing traditional Irish music for over 20 years. Her interactive show, featuring Celtic music and stories for families and children, also features an introduction to Irish step dancing where the audience can learn to dance and perform in the show. Irish folk tales round out the set for a fun, engaging program. Audience participation is encouraged, and wee ones are encouraged to wear their fairy outfits!

Tickets are $5 per person, and are available at the door or by purchasing in advance. To order or for additional information, call 978-562-1646 or visit www.upwitharts.org/purchasetickets.html.

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