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  • Smartin’ Yourself Up at The Celtic Ranch
    February 15, 2019 Lori McAlister

    Smartin’ Yourself Up at The Celtic Ranch

    We are featuring all Irelands Eye Knitwear and Keith Jack Jewelry starting Monday, February 18 through Saturday, March 16. Make a purchase and get 10% off any item from these fine crafters. Like most of the items we carry, our support of these makers is as much about their story as it is about the quality of their product.

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  • saint brigid cross
    January 30, 2019 Lori McAlister

    Blessings of Brighid – Goddess and Saint

    Brighid (BREE’yid) or Brigit is also the patron saint of Ireland, second only to Saint Patrick. She represents a powerful presence in the land and Celtic lore. As goddess, she was Brid (or Bride – the inspiration of our word for a woman in a marriage ceremony) daughter of the Dagda (the Good God) of the sacred Tuatha de Dannan. Her influence shines through time and has not been dimmed with the coming of Christianity. The new faith embraced her as the nursemaid and foster mother of Christ himself, sometimes calling her “Mary of the Gael.”
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  • February 1, 2016 Terry Kast

    Saying I Love You in Irish

    On Valentine's day we think of love, romance, passion, Ireland... It's a cool and dreary island, with frequent gray days which makes for a passionate group of folks! Let's look at some Irish (there are too many to list here)...

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  • January 18, 2016 Terry Kast

    Where do we find all these treasures?

    ShanOre Claddagh birthstone ring I cannot count how many times, we've had a customer ask "where to you get all this?"  Good question! Terry buys from many places, including Ireland, Scotland, England, and even trade shows in New York and...

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  • January 22, 2015 Terry Kast

    St. Brigid and her Cross

    Happy St. Brigid’s Day! In Ireland, it marks the first day of spring and the new farm year. It also honors the Patroness of Ireland – the beloved St. Brigid. The saint lived from 451 – 525 AD. Her long...

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