• IHSM Events and Activities

  • Don’t forget to visit Non-IHSM Events for activities not sponsored by IHSM but available locally. Monthly invitations from Comhaltas are posted here as well.

  • Upcoming Entertainment at the Clubhouse

  • Appearing at the Clubhouse

    Saturday, April 21st – 8pm
    Chris Kiley Acoustic
    Members and their guests welcome

    Saturday, May 12th – 8pm
    Pocket Hotties
    Open to the public

    Friday, May 25th – 7pm
    Bobby Morrill
    Members and their guests welcome

    Friday, June 1st, 8pm
    The Jolly Beggars
    Members and their guests welcome

    Saturday, June 9th, 8pm
    The Coracles
    Open to the public

  • Also see IHSM Calendar Page for all weekly entertainment, bands, trivia, etc.
    Coming up:

  • Trivia At The Clubhouse

    Clubhouse Trivia This Thursday
    It’s game on at 7:30pm!
    Grab some friends and head to the Clubhouse Thursday.
    Good times, fun prizes and lots of laughs are what you’ll find! Join the party!

  • Saturday, May 5: Genealogy & Family History Group

  • Genealogy & Family History Group
    Meets Saturday, May 5th 10am – Noon
    Contact Sheila Johnson for location & info

  • Saturday, May 5: May Day Celebration

    12pm – 2pm
    All welcome!
    RSVP please jenniferhussey71@yahoo.com or 203 605 7743.

  • Saturday, May 5: Kentucky Derby Party

    Join us at the Clubhouse on the First Saturday in May to witness the
    ~ 144th Run for the Roses ~
    There is no charge for this event.
    More info to come.

  • Sunday, May 6: Helena Byrne, Irish Storyteller and Singer

    1:00 p.m.(Doors open at noon)

    Tickets: $10.00

    Helena returns to IHSM with her new show, The Pursuit of Happiness." In this new program of stories and song, Helena delves into the music, superstitions and folklore of Ireland, alongside incredible stories of Irish emigration through the ages; the Great Famine, traveling on the Titanic, the Irish in the Wild West, John F. Kennedy’s visit to Ireland and so much more.
    Join Helena on this journey through the Irish experience of emigration to the New World; the excitement, the tragedy, the hopes and aspirations for a better life.

    For tickets please call 203-878-8580 or email phmcgill@optonline.net

    Tickets for Club Members and their guests available to purchase March 1st.
    Tickets will open to the General Public on April 1st.

    There are 80 tickets available. Last year was a sell out so buy your ticket early so you don’t miss out!

    Please note: the Clubhouse will be closed until 3pm on May 6th for this ticketed event. Only ticket holders may enter before 3pm. Clubhouse reopens to Members and guests at 3pm.

  • Monday, May 7: Monthly Members’ Happy Hour

  • Anthony D’s
    5pm – 7pm
    331 New Haven Ave, Milford
    All Members are welcome!

  • Friday, May 11: Monthly Members’ Luncheon

    Riverview Bistro
    946 Ferry Blvd, Stratford
    $19 per person cash, paid at restaurant
    Cash Bar
    Contact Nancy Smith at nancy5426@sbcglobal.net or 203-937-6330
    by May 7 for reservations

  • Tuesday, May 15: Book Club

    Tuesday, May 15, 2018, 7-9 PM at the clubhouse
    Are You Somebody?: The Accidental Memoir of a Dublin Woman by Nuala O’Faolain
    © 1996, 240 pages (paperback). One of nine children born into a penniless North Dublin family, Nuala O’Faolain was saved from a harrowing childhood by her love of books and reading. Though she ultimately became one of Ireland’s best-known columnists, her professional success did little to ease her loneliness and longing for a deep connection to the world. Are You Somebody? distills her experiences into a wisdom that can only come from an obstinate refusal to shrink from life. Nuala O’Faolain was a waitress, sales clerk, and maid; a university lecturer; a TV producer; and a columnist with The Irish Times. The author of three consecutive New York Times bestsellers, her books include the memoir Almost There, a follow-up to Are You Somebody?, as well as two novels: My Dream of You and The Story of Chicago May. She died in Dublin in 2008.

    All Members are welcome. The only requirement is having read the book.

  • Sunday, May 20: Historical Talk – Ireland and Irish Americans

    Historical Talk – Ireland and Irish Americans, 1932-1945: The Search for Identity
    Presented by
    John Day Tully, PhD
    Sunday, May 20th ~ 1:00 pm (Club opens at noon)
    In the 1930s, both the Irish in Ireland and the Irish in the United States were struggling with ways to define and defend their sense of purpose and identity. This talk explores how the Irish and Irish Americans negotiated their new identities and how each struggle played itself out, especially before and during World War II. Through an examination of politics, diplomacy, Irish-American literature and comics, and the voices of Irish and Irish-American leaders, the relationship between the Irish on both sides of the Atlantic will be discussed.

    This is a free event, however, registration is requested.
    To register, please call 207-947-3516 or email mark.n.morse@gmail.com

    Please note: The Club will be closed from 12:00 – 3:00 pm except for those attending the program.

    Event is sponsored by the Cultural Activities Committee

  • Friday, June 15: Monthly Members’ Luncheon

    Please Note the Date Change
    The South Sea Grill
    200 Boston Post Rd, Orange
    $21 per person
    Cash Bar

  • Save the Date! Saturday, June 23rd – The Druids!

    The Druids – Irish Rebel Band
    performing at the Clubhouse on June 23rd, 8pm – 10pm
    Tickets will be sold at General Membership Meetings, starting April 24th and on Thursdays after 6pm
    Sponsored by the Cultural and Social Activities Committees

  • Save the Date! Saturday, August 11, 2018 Family Picnic

    Planning is underway for the Annual Family Picnic at Walnut Beach Pavilion.
    Your help is needed!
    Please contact Maureen or Tracy to volunteer.
    You can sign up to attend or help with the picnic at the
    April 24th General Membership Meeting